At Grand Center’s 1st Friday event on October 1, Karlovsky & Company Dance performed in Park-Like, the Pulitzer Arts Foundation installation at 3713 Washington. The dance troupe, which is based in Grand Center, was one of several performance groups scattered around Grand Center.
Bordering Park-Like is Judson House, where there was an outdoor art exhibition. Participant Henryk Ptasiewicz had already put up his art on the display wall and took time to sketch the buildings on Grand Avenue before the sun set.
Artist Stan Jones, who owns Judson House, was an organizer of the exhibition along with Milo Duke, shown below. His paintings are shown above right, and Lyn Magee’s art is shown above left. Lyn has a studio in the CWE.
Wendy Wees and Milo Duke are photographed in front of their art. Milo is involved in the planning of musical and art events at Judson House. Visit the Facebook page for the latest listings.
Artist Linda Horsley is shown in front of her “mask art,” created during the pandemic. Linda is the proprietor of Horsley Arts at 4374 Olive.
CWEnder Carson Foard, left, was a first-time participant in the First Friday event. Sheldon Johnson, above right, had a studio in the neighborhood for years, and has exhibited in many venues around town.
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Thanks for the shout-out, Nicki! We had a great time with the skeletons, and it was really nice to see how much the neighbors enjoyed them. They’ll be back next year!