Top Picks for First Friday in Fort Collins

Fort Collins First Friday art walk happens the first Friday of every month. This is a night for art, community, and culture. This is a family friendly event. This event happens from 6-9 in Old town Fort Collins. There are many galleries open to the public  , do research to find out which ones interest you.

Here are a few highlights:

The Merchant Room

(the second floor of Walnut Creek) 222 Walnut St, Fort Collins, CO 80524

Her Ritual: Sincerity of Identity and Environment

Artwork from fourteen emerging artists:

Alexandra Lake, Amanda Thomas, Ben Stanford, Cass Kruger, Devan Kallas, Emily Roan, Emelia Christensen, Grace Kennison, Holly Nordeck, Jennie Maydew, Krystin Gutierrez, Laura Wingate, Zach Miller, and Zoe LeDonne.

The show will be up for the following week during Walnut Creek’s hours until Friday, August 11th

Akinz 

15 Old Town Square #132 Fort Collins, CO 80524

Flagship 5 Year Anniversary Bash + First Friday Artwalk

New artwork from owner Suzanne Akin.

LIVE PRINTING: First ever “Build your Own” print setup! Make your shirt 1-color, 2-color, 3-color or 4-color, you choose which screens.
RAFFLE PRIZES: Get an entry just for showing up + extra entries with purchase.
SUMMER SALE: All retiring designs will be on sale! Up to 1/2 off!
MORE FREEBIES announced soon!

 Compass Community Collaborative School and Mesh Fort Collins

242 Linden Street Fort Collins, CO 80521

Maker Space and Drone Racing

Two innovative, collaborative, and creative communities showcasing their talents and technology.

 Downtown Artery

252 Linden Street Fort Collins, CO 80524

 Features art, a complimentary beverage, snacks, a wine lounge, music, outdoor patio and a fabulous atmoshphere. Two floors of downtown culture.

Wolverine Farm Letterpress & Publick House

316 Willow St Fort Collins, Colorado

Beth Lighthouse

Acrylic landscape, nature, and sky paintings. Her work will be up the entire month of August.

 

 Center for Fine Art Photography

400 North College Avenue Fort Collins, CO 80524

 Ann M. Jastrab

The gallery director at RayKo Photo Center in San Francisco and an independent curator. Ann has curated many exhibitions for RayKo during the past decade while also jurying and organizing numerous exhibitions for other national and international venues outside of San Francisco. She has also reviewed portfolios for a multitude of organizations including the Seoul International Photography Festival in Korea, Fotofest, Photolucida, GuatePhoto, Review Santa Fe, Medium, Filter, and Lishui International Photography Festival

The Community Creative Center

200 Mathews Fort Collins, CO 80524

Friends of Marsha Krygier

Expressions: A Summer Art Exhibit and Sale

 

 

For other Galleries visit Downtown Fort Collins.

For more events visit Downtown Fort Collins Events calendar.

 

 

 

 

 

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