DECEMBER FEATURES Green Space-
Jody Alexander, Polly Goldman, Will Marino, Bob Brandes 719 Swift St #56A, 5pm-7pm
R. Blitzer Gallery S.C.R.A.P.
2801 Mission Street, 5-9pm “The Dump” is what many of us call that magical place where everything goes when we no longer have use for it. It turns out the Resource Recovery Facility has different ways to deal with almost any kind of material than you can imagine. This month seven local artists will show work created from materials salvaged from the Dimeo Lane facility, and fabricated in partnership with Fab Labs Santa Cruz. SCRAP is a project of the City of Santa Cruz Arts Commission, Sponsored by the Santa Cruz Warriors and New Leaf Community Markets.
FIRST FRIDAY FOCUS
Nicola Percy Fine Art Photography All kinds of portraits for all kinds of people. Nicola Percy is a UK photographic portrait artist and visual storyteller. In the studio or on location - she crafts photographs of grace and distinction.
Home/Work– Miranda Powell
1100 Soquel Ave., 5-8pm As usual, Midtown has got it going on for First Friday. Lots of great art and fun parties including the watercolor and fiber works of Miranda Powell at Home/Work’s new midtown location.
Scribbles Institute - Draw Fest 2016
Find her at: www.nicolapercy.com
Right in between the vibrancy of Downtown Santa Cruz and the creative epicenter of the Tannery Arts Center, you are likely to find some very sketchy activity. In fact, the sketchy center of the Sashmill is celebrating its fifth anniversary with the Scribbles Institute Draw Fest 2016. Drawing lessons and advice for all ages and levels, plus refreshments, and guaranteed fun are all on the menu.
303 Potrero #59, 6-9:30pm
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Eco home improvement center, Greenspace, is celebrating its 10-year anniversary on First Friday! Featuring the work of Jody Alexander, Will Marino, and Bob Brandes, as well as Joey Dawn O’Regan, maker of Ribbon Street. Greenspace is devoted to educating the community on the array of options available to lighten our impact on the earth and to create healthy environments without sacrificing comfort and beauty.”
FRIDAY ART TOUR