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Spring gallery walk schedule

4/21/2014

Following is a complete schedule for Friday's spring Art Walk.

Following is a complete schedule for Friday's spring Art Walk.

Friday,

6:30 to 9:30 p.m.

* Hays Arts Center, 112 E. 11th

45th Annual Smoky Hill Art Exhibition

* Emprise Bank, 1200 Main

"Paintings of the Prairie" by Lisa Grossman

* Hays Public Library, 1205 Main

Lions Club Peace Poster Contest and Elementary School Art Showcase

* Singers, 114 E. 12th

"All Mediums" music by Samie Joan Pfeifer and Shawn DeMuth

Dru Davis followed by "The Blind Riders" (9:30 p.m.)

* Couture for Men and Women, 1109 Main

"Moments" drawings by Samantha Schmidt

* Tri-Central Office Supply, 1101 Main (window display)

Prairie Garden Club Youth Environmental Posters

* Nex-Tech Internet Solutions, 210 E. 12th

Story Magic by Blue the Vigorist

* Gella's Diner & Lb. Brewing Co., 117 E. 11th

"Prairieism" by Brendon McCampbell

Music by "Charles Williams Experience" (8 to 10 p.m.)

* ARC of the Central Plains, 116 E. 11th

"Re-Inspired" and works by Morgan Hart, Beth Pfeifer and friends

* Madd Matter Frame Shop & Gallery, 112 E. 11th

"Wilderness" recent works by John C. Thorns, Jr.

* Art Walk Gallery, 1012 Main

"THIS ââ  THAT" Installation by Jon Swindler with FHSU art students and faculty

* Hays Arts Center Annex, 1010 Main

"The Fountainhead" Group Art Exhibition; Photography and paintings by Bruce Burkholder; American Democracy Project: "Sustenance" by Noelle Huesman

* Diamond R Jewelry, 1008 Main

Photomedia Arts by Julie Keller

* Salon 1007, 1007 Main

FHSU Advanced Ceramics Exhibition

*Union Pacific Park, 10th and Main (6:30 to 8:30 p.m.)

Community Acoustic Jam Session (weather permitting)

* Schwaller Building Patio, Ninth and Main

Lance Wadlow and "The Carnival of Metal"

* White Chocolate, 810 Main

Photography by Jesse Jensen and "Outside Museum" by Mark Roundtree

* Former Kuksi Studio, 807 Main

Artwork from Holy Family Elementary and TMP-Marian

* Northglen Antiques, 801 Main

Landscape Paintings by Mary Ann Ortega, Oil Portraits by Tammy Leiker; "Emporium in a Dream" sculpture by David Barnum; and Digital Paintings, Cartoons and Mixed-media designs by John, Joe and Lucinda Borra

* Indigo Accessories, 111 W. Eighth

Spoken Word Showcase, Poetry Slam, Paintings and Photographs

* Crossroads Photography, 131 W 8th

"Backroads America" Photography by Jayme and Thomas Zimmerman

* Artists @ Work Studio, 717 Main

Drawings by Jeromy Antle and Photography by Erica Victor

* Ellis County Historical Society, 100 W. 7th

"Changes" Museum Open House

* Moss Thorns Gallery, FHSU Rarick Hall

"Propellere" Sharon McCoy MFA Thesis Exhibition

Early or extended hours

* First Presbyterian Church, 2900 Hall, 5 to 6:30 p.m.

"Artistic & Architectural Treasures"

* Sternberg Museum, 3000 Sternberg, 5 to 6 p.m.

"Consumed" by Justin Marable and Juniper Tangpuz

* Hays City Hall, 16th & Main, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

"Home Grown Hays: from Plants to Pictures"

* Chestnut Street Kitchens, 1310 Main, 5:30 to 8 p.m.

"Furniture Crave" and Photography by Ashley Heier

* Body + Soul Day and Med Spa, 107 W. 15th, 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.

Photography by Kathryn Mayes, Julisa Haines, Jade Herl and Kelsey Stremel

* The Robbins Center, One Tiger Place, FHSU, 6 to 8 p.m.

"I Wish I Had a Sabbatical Beard" FHSU Sculpture Exhibition

* Thirsty's Grill & Pub, 2704 Vine, 5 to 10 p.m.

Sculpture Exhibition by Ashley Bickimer

* Public Art Installation, 22nd and Donald Dr., all day

"Flowers on the Fence: a Collaborative weaving between FHSU Drawing Students and Roosevelt Grade School"

Saturday locations:

Hays Arts Center, 112 E. 11th

Chestnut Street Kitchens, 1310 Main

Hays Public Library, 1205 Main

Tri-Central Office Supply (windows)

Madd Matter, 112 E. 11th Hays Arts Center Annex, 1010 Main Diamond R Jewelry, 1008 Main

Salon 1007, 1007 Main

White Chocolate, 810 Main

Northglen Antiques, 801 Main

Ellis County Historical Society, 100 W. Seventh

Moss Thorns Gallery, FHSU

Thirsty's Brill & Pub, 2704 Vine

Public Art Installation, 22nd and Donald