The First Friday Art Walk takes place Feb. 7 from 6 to 9 p.m. in downtown Scranton. Check with venues for changes before you go.
- “Black History Month Exhibition 2020,” works by various artists presented by the Black Scranton Project, with music by Justin Padro, AFA Gallery, 514 Lackawanna Ave.
- “Winter’s Love,” works by Sam Kuchwara, with music by DJ Honeyman Lightning, Terra Preta Prime, 301 N. Washington Ave.
- Works by various artists, with music by Riley Loftus, Scranton Public Market and Electric City Steel Drum Project, the Marketplace at Steamtown, 300 Lackawanna Ave.
- Abstract Mixed Media, works by HW Yorkonis, Scranton Art Haus, 301 Lackawanna Ave.
- “Wander, Create, Re-purpose,” works by Lackawander, Hyprlight Creative and Hemlock Thrift, the Workshop, 334 Adams Ave.
- “Paints on Acrylic,” works by Kat Mejia, with music by DJ Matt Michaylo, POSH at the Scranton Club, 404 N. Washington Ave.
- “Sugar High,” works by Stokes, Loyalty Barber Shop, 342 Adams Ave.
- “Bright Patterns,” works by Katie Dawe, the Garden Mediterranean Restaurant, 116 N. Washington Ave.
- “Sharon Cosgrove: A Change of Vision,” Hope Horn Art Gallery, Hyland Hall at University of Scranton, Jefferson Avenue and Linden Street.
- “Gallery Artists,” works by Noreen Blewitt, Jennifer Blewitt, Trinka Ravaioli, Heather Warren, William Amptman and more, Trinity Gallery & Studio, 511 Bogart Court
- “Gifts,” works by Iryna, Crocus Cafe, 323 N. Washington Ave.
- Book signing by Billy Kraser, Library Express, second floor, the Marketplace at Steamtown, 300 Lackawanna Ave.
- Student sale party, featuring works by ArtWorks students, with music, ArtWorks Gallery & Studio, 236 Penn Ave.
- “Udu Drums, Spiders & Other Natural Wonders,” works by Rebecca Kameroski, with music by Steve Werner, Cafe West, 535 Linden St.
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