First Friday April 2011

First Friday April 2011

This month's First Friday brought many new things to the art-walk table. It seemed as if everyone was off celebrating their April Fool's Day elsewhere this weekend. The number of people that typically attend the event was slimmed down, but the vendors seemed to have multiplied. White tents were set up in numerous dirt lots aside from the normal locations, and of course, Conspire (Or Rainbow Unicorn Cafe...?) had a stage set up in the front AND back of the building, taking up most of the hang out room for the regulars. A few galleries seemed to have drawn more attention in than normal, including Slideshow and Klang. The event deserves kudos on trying something new, but would have been made better if more people would've just shown up.
PHOTOS BY SARA DALTON


This month's First Friday brought many new things to the art-walk table. It seemed as if everyone was off celebrating their April Fool's Day elsewhere this weekend. The number of people that typically attend the event was slimmed down, but the vendors seemed to have multiplied. White tents were set up in numerous dirt lots aside from the normal locations, and of course, Conspire (Or Rainbow Unicorn Cafe...?) had a stage set up in the front AND back of the building, taking up most of the hang out room for the regulars. A few galleries seemed to have drawn more attention in than normal, including Slideshow and Klang. The event deserves kudos on trying something new, but would have been made better if more people would've just shown up.
PHOTOS BY SARA DALTON
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