The First Friday Art Walk runs March 6 from 6 to 9 p.m. in downtown Scranton. Check with individual venues for changes before you go. For details, visit FirstFridayScranton.com.
“Art for All Seasons: Student Artists of the Month,” works by local high school students, the Scranton Times Building, 149 Penn Ave.
“Rock & Worlds Collide,” works by David Elliot and Paul Plumadore, AFA Gallery, 514 Lackawanna Ave.
“WIKA 2020,” works by WIKA, with music by Vinz & Kanobi, Analog Culture, 349 N. Washington Ave.
“Painting Blossoms,” works by Colleen Germain, ArtWorks Gallery & Studio, 236 Penn Ave.
Paintings by Sam Kuchwara, with music by Jack Goddard, Backyard Ale House, 523 Linden St.
“2020 Vision,” works by Jesse Clemente, Bar Pazzo, 132 N. Washington Ave.
“Coffee Mugs,” works by Iryna, Crocus Cafe, 323 N. Washington Ave.
“Recent Paintings and Mixed Media,” works by Sam Kuchwara and Monica Simon, the Garden: A Mediterranean Restaurant, 116 N. Washington Ave.
“Al and Aaron’s Creepshow,” works by Al and Aaron Ferranti, Loyalty Barber Shop, 342 Adams Ave.
“Color Metamorphosis,” works by Lauryn De Leeuw, Marquis Art & Frame, 515 Center St.
Photography by United Neighborhood Centers of Northeastern Pennsylvania students, art by Jewelled Moon and music by Shodemon, Northern Light Espresso Bar & Cafe, 536 Spruce St.
“The Eyes of Philadelphia,” works by Katie Bridget Hoban, Noteology, 401 Spruce St.
Artwork by Nate Holden, with music by DJ Matt Michaylo, POSH at the Scranton Club, 404 N. Washington Ave.
Music by Riley Loftus, Scranton Public Market at the Marketplace at Steamtown, 300 Lackawanna Ave.
“On the Horizon: Contemporary Landscape Art,” works by Suzanne Steinberg, Tammy’s Stained Glass Treasures, 348 Adams Ave.
“Nature’s Beauty: New Work by John Peterson,” with music by Carrey, Trinity Studio & Gallery, 511 Bogart Court
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