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Every First Friday of the month many art studios and businesses downtown are open from 5:30pm until 7ish for our First Friday Art Walk!  Guest artists along with food and music abound as the downtown streets come to life.  Come down to see all of our local creativity and stay and eat dinner at one of our several great restaurants downtown.  Please check out our map at www.ecncart.com!

 

 

First Friday Artwalk -- The First Friday of each month in downtown Elizabeth City

The streets of Downtown will be alive on Friday evening with the monthly ArtWalk celebration. There are several different options a nice range of choices for everyone. The evening begins at 5:30 and continues until at least 7:00 in most businesses, sometimes later.

 


 

For more information please call 252-338-4104, or email firstfridayartwalk@ecdowntown.com

 

Come join us and eat dinner at one of our terrific downtown restaurants!

Arts of the Albemarle (516 E. Main St.)- Featured Artist Jenkins’ Gallery: Margie Sawyer’s “Preserving the Places We Love” Exhibit. 516 Gallery: Katherine Wassink, Fiber Artist

Two and A Half Women (100 E. Main St) Will have a new room opening in the gallery featuring the redesigns of two very talented artists Keith Carawan and Peggy Robertson.

Shay Leslie Boutique (613 E. Main St) hosting Brit Scheren jewelry designer “A handmade, unique jewelry line as rare as you”.

Port Discover (611 E. Main St) Kids’ art in for members, plus “Birds’ the Word” Walkabout

Paradise Treasures/Wonderland (115 A. S. Water St) Featuring artist Glenn Hopkins

Page After Page Bookstore (111 S. Water St) Featuring artist Carolyn Peel- Paintings & cards, plus author John G Sauls- new book release “Devils Oath”.

Cypress Creek Grill (113 S. Water St) “Live at the Creek” music by Bobby Plough and Friends at 8:30pm.

Sidney’s Cafe & Bistro (507 E. Main St) Featuring a “smattering” of Kelly Cameron before she retires to the mountains.

Selig’s (513 E. Main St) Featuring music, wine and the photography of Leah Simpson and Mary Cherry Heirlooms, custom made children’s clothing, Lisa Rohrssen’s work is in sterling silver and copper.

Studio 511 (511 E. Main St) Grand opening of Hope Comito Malott’s new art studio Hope offers private and small group art lessons, Make It Take It Tuesdays, original local art, unique vintage supplies for making art, and vintage collectibles.

Elizabeth City Bed & Breakfast (108 E Fearing St) Featuring: The Salvage Studio by Amy Finn is finishing up all her new repurposed projects, refinished furniture pieces and some local photography shots for you before moving away!

Muddy’s Coffeehouse (100 W. Main St) Hosting Linda Fox of “The Dancing Fox” with reclaimed / repurposed treasures. We will also be sampling wine & beer from SoHo Organic Market & doing Demo Coffee Roasting.

Floor 2 Ceiling Designs (100 E. Main St) Hosting “The Extraordinary Ordinary”, photography that makes the ordinary exciting by Liza Franco along with “Pipe Dreams”, industrial lighting and other creations by our very own Leslie Williams! We will also be introducing a new wine selection, Stark Raving by Rosenblum Cellars.

Pasquotank Trading Company (102 E. Main St) Featuring “ItalianFreckles – It’s a Glass Thing”, Michelle Hatfield will have her current line of Turquoise and Coral Jewelry on display. Plus Living Art by Bev Toole.

Serenity Studio Arts (104 E. Main St) Featuring local fiber artist, Jackie Muller , with her Loom-woven rugs, wraps, and tie pillows. Dean McKeever from Massachusetts with original watercolors and #ifoundsomeart blocks. Maybe you will be lucky enough to find one along the way while you stroll downtown! Keep an eye out! Plus, Museum of the Albemarle Paint & Cookie Art on display!

Plus a musical interlude by members of Out N the Cold in front of Shay Leslie Boutique!