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A Guide to (The 2nd) First Friday

Second First FridayFor the second First Friday in a row, downtown Nyack will be bustling with art openings, interactive “happenings,”and live music. Building on the success of their first monthy festival, where street corner poets “slammed,” and a human canvas on stilts towered above pedestrians, the Nyack Art Collective has done it again.

First Friday August will include a sundown screening in the garden of the Edward Hopper House Art Center, a performance by John Moroski at the gazebo on Main Street, an outbreak of chalk art and the return of those slamming poets from Suffern and human canvases, this time in formal wear.

Here is a guide to the art that will be happening at 35 venues throughout Nyack on Friday, August 2, from 5-8p.

Nyack Art Collective Group Exhibit

Second First Friday Nyack Library

Hanging the group show at the Nyack Library

A group show of all of the Nyack Art Collective members participating in First Friday will be on exhibit at the Nyack Library from 5 – 6p. The show will hang for the month of August..

Outdoor art projects 

  • Suffern Poetry
  • body and tuxedo painting

Music  at the Main Street Gazebo

  • John Moroski

Backyard Cinema at the Edward Hopper House Art Center (8 N. Broadway)

  • A sundown screening of Child of Giants, a documentary on the life of Dorothea Lange in the backyard of the Edward Hopper House Arts Center.

First Friday Venues Displaying Nyack Art Collective Artists

The Nyack Art Collective seeks to:

  • AFFIRM the importance of art & creativity in individuals & the community
  • CREATE a visible and recognizable unified body of local visual artists
  • FOSTER UNITY & INTERACTION among artists and the community
  • PROVIDE networking opportunities
  • ENCOURAGE one another’s artistic pursuits and goals
  • SUPPORT individual and community growth & awareness thru the arts
  • PROMOTE the marketing and sale of our work
  • INSPIRE each other and the community of Nyack, as a whole
  • Alain’s Express-Diana Suez: 88 Main St.
  • Burd St. Cafe-Jade Watkins: 78 Burd St.
  • Casa del Sol-Ray Lagstein: 104 Main St
  • Cafe Barcel-Ivan Pazlamatchev: 162 Main St
  • Chocolaterie-Louise Bryant: 6 S. B’way
  • Colin Holmes-Kate Faust, 13 S. B’way
  • Gena Lisa-Doris Shepherd Wiese: 17 N. B’way
  • Harry’s Burritos-: 90 Main St.
  • Little Flower Shop-Jamie Gaviola: 95 1/2 Main St.
  • Lorybird-Sandy Levine:  23 N. B’way
  • Luminesque-Tracy Kachtick-Anders: 140 Main St.
  • Maria Luisa- Ellie Turk: 77 S. B’way
  • Night Owl, Jessica Butler, 4 S. Franklin St.
  • Nyack Tobacco Co-Tony Ziegler: 140 Main St.
  • Olive’s, Dmitry Wild: 118A Main St.
  • P Ross-Bill Rauschenberg: 89 Main St.
  • RJ’s-Leigh-Anne Eagerton: 81 S. B’way
  • Saffron-Elaine Schloss: 14 S. B’way
  • Sanctuary-Natalie O’Donnell: 60 S. B’way
  • Sign of the Times-Cass McVety : 112 Main St.
  • Strawberry Place-Nina Berlingeri: 72 S. B’way
  • Sweet Spot-Christina Assaf: 11 S. B’way
  • Temptations-Jamie Gaviola: 80 1/2  Main St.
  • Vincent’s Ear-Lawrence Hutlberg: 85 S. Broadway

Exhibitions also on Display at these Venues

  • FirstFridayShort201306Art Cafe, 65 S. Bway
  • Gigliardi Studio, 39 Hudson Ave
  • Johnny Apollo: 88 Main St.
  • Johnny Cakes, 84 Main St.
  • ML Gifts & Accessories, 75 S. B’way
  • Pickwick Book Shop, 8 S. B’way
  • Pink Entourage, 7 S. B’way
  • Pizza Bistro, 64 S. B’way
  • Somos, 78 S. B’way
  • Sour Kraut, 118 Main St.
  • Starbucks, 80 Main St.

See also:

Stilt walker photo credit and body painting: Jamie Gaviola

 

 

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