Hey, look: it’s snowing on our blog! The Weather Channel says it won’t be snowing in Missoula for December’s First Friday, but let’s take a look at what is going on around town for the last First Friday of the year.
Art major Padyn Humble invites us to join him and fellow students for a First Friday exhibition he curated. “All-Too” will be showing at 215 S. 3rd St. W, across the street from Bernice’s Bakery from 6-9pm.
Another month, another First Friday at FrontierSpace! School of Art grad students are excited to exhibit “CONFAB” featuring works by Kirk Jackson and Chris Drobnock. Stop by the alley behind the Old Post Pub by and enjoy the 1st day of December with some local contemporary artwork.
Art major Nicholas Kakavas and fellow Black Coffee employees are getting into the First Friday scene with their own pop-up art show. Join the cool coffee kids and check out the artwork of the people of Black Coffee, Dig This Chick, Killing Frost Farm, Mighty Fine Farm, and Coming Up Rainbows. 4:30-6:30 pm 525 E. Spruce St.
Join artist and curator Wendy Red Star and artists from the group exhibition “Our Side” a reexamination of land, body, language, and history from the perspective of four contemporary indigenous American and First Nations artists: Elisa Harkins, Tanya Lukin Linklater, Marianne Nicolson, and Tanis S’eiltin. “Our Side” is generously supported by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. The exhibition is part of a forum titled Convening Indigenous Voices that takes place in two parts this fall. Learn more about the exhibition.
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