First Fridays list of gallery openings in Red Deer

First Fridays list of gallery openings in Red Deer

Another First Fridays Red Deer is just around the corner and there’s a lot for people to check out.

The Red Deer Arts Council is pleased to announce numerous openings of the city’s best galleries on Dec. 2.

Kiwanis Gallery at Red Deer Public Library presents The Gift of Ellen Lyons: Mixed Media by Ellen Lyons, Kate More, Art Whitehead, Dennis Moffat, Mo Leaney and other Central Alberta artists from 6-8 p.m.

The gallery will be on display from Nov. 23-Dec. 21.

Harris-Warke Gallery, upstairs in Sunworks Home &Garden, presents Echo Botanical: Ceramic Sculpture by Dawn Detarando from 6-8 p.m.

The gallery will be on display from Nov. 28-Dec. 31

Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery presents Alberta and the Group of Seven: Variety of media from oil to graphite, acrylic to watercolours by multiple artists from 7-9 p.m.

The exhibit will be on display from Dec. 3- Mar. 12.

Gallery IS presents A Christmas Market: Fine Art, Hand Painted Furniture, Works on Paper-framed and unframed by Jeri Lynn Ing, Susan Woolgar, Judy Sutter from 6-9 p.m.

The gallery is on display every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday from Dec. 2-21.

Marjorie Wood Gallery in the Kerry Wood Nature Centre presents You don’t look a day over 29: 30 Years of Interpretation in Waskasoo Park: Photographs through a collection of photos from the archives of the Kerry Wood Nature Centre and Historic Fort Normandeau, celebrating 30 years of cultural and environmental education in Red Deer from 4-6 p.m.

The gallery will be on display from Dec.1 to Jan. 6.

The white gallery on the main floor of Sunworks presents Edge of Nature: Wood by Chad Yanulik from 6-8 p.m.

The gallery will be on display until Jan. 28.

Other galleries in the city include the New Exhibition: Viewpoint Collective by Darren Peterson, Dawn Candy, Arto Djerdjerian and Shirley Rimer presented in Viewpoint Gallery at Culture Services Centre until Dec. 23.

The Corridor Gallery at the downtown Recreation Centre presents Drawing by Teens: Drawings by Dawn Candy’s Drawing for Teens students from Dec. 1-Jan. 31.

Hub on Ross presents The Beautiful World: Oil Paintings and Drawings by Rita Schoenberger with a reception being held on Dec. 3 from 1:30-3:30 p.m.

The gallery will be on display from Dec. 1 to 22.

For more information contact the Red Deer Arts Council at 403-348-ARTS (2787).

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