Final Friday, April 28

Final Friday — As the name implies, Final Friday happens the last Friday of each month.  Art galleries, museums, restaurants and retail shops around Wichita stay open late and welcome visitors. Recognizing that Downtown is the artistic and cultural center for the region, the Q-Line trolley service transports art lovers to the concentration of venues in Downtown. The ride is free and allows attendees to park once and visit several galleries. View the trolley route on the printable Downtown venues map (In progress).

Hours vary between galleries but the majority are open during the core hours of 7pm to 9pm Most galleries use Final Friday to unveil and debut new shows or as a closing reception. All venues are free and open to the public and several galleries incorporate artist demonstrations and/or live music. Not only does this event give guests the opportunity to view creative art space, it also is an excellent time to purchase one-of-a-kind artwork directly from artists.

Download Printable Map with Concentration of Downtown Venues, Q-Line Route (In progress)

View Online Interactive Map of All Venues in Wichita (In progress) or view the "Resources" above

What galleries participate in Final Friday?

Galleries, museums, restaurants, and retail shops from across Sedgwick County often participate in this event. A full listing may be seen under the "Resources" tab. You may also download a reference map (currently in progress) of the concentration of galleries and shops that are in Downtown with the Q-Line trolley route.

Are you an artist or gallery owner intersted in being included on the Final Friday list? Email the WDDC or call at 316-264-6005.

Can I buy art tonight?

Absolutely. Not only does this event give guests the opportunity to view creative art space, it also is an excellent time to purchase one-of-a-kind artwork directly from artists.

Plan to attend next time

Next month Final Friday will occur on March 31. Participating venues will be listed on this website no less than a week before the event.

Remaining 2017 Final Friday dates: April 28, May 26, June 30, July 28, August 25, September 29, October 27 and November 24

How can I find out about all the Downtown activities & events?

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Sculpture Walkabout

The Sculpture Walkabout was initiated by Mayor Carl Brewer and showcases area artists. The art is chosen from a juried competition and is available for purchase. Sculptures are located in Old Town on north Mosley and Mead between Douglas and Second Street and on the Intrust Bank Arena plaza.

Download and view the 8th Annual Sculpture Walkabout 2016-2017 Brochure

View a video highlighting the 8th Annual Sculpture Walkabout

Final Friday 4/28
8 A C D F G H I K L M N P R S T U V W
612 E Douglas Ave
Phone: (316) 208-6805 website

Entropy

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by Katie Maher.

Contact Austin Dugan for more property information.
217 E Douglas

Final Friday at A Taste of Times Square

6:30-8:30pm

Featuring artwork by international artist, Rosie Litsey. Live jazz music will also be provided by pianist Paul Joslin.

Contact Ramy Salem for more property information.
117 N. Handley

Visions of Antarctica and the Natural World

8-10pm

Featuring photography by Award-winning photographer Kira Morris.

Exhibition will run through June 28.

Contact Brent Miller at (316) 250-5733 for more property information.
5014 E Central

Final Friday at Artist Central

5-7pm

Featuring artwork by Thresea Duncan.

1215 W. Franklin

2017 Midwest Photo Emerge

7-9pm

Featuring photography by various national artists.

This is the fifth year of the EMERGE competition. Center Gallery will be giving one EMERGE Fellowship Award and exhibition opportunities to several emerging photographers. This fellowship opportunity is geared toward emerging photographers looking to launch their art careers through the exposure of exhibition.

Full exhibition will run through April 14.

CityArts    
334 N. Mead
Phone: (316) 350-3242 website

Final Friday at CityArts

6-8pm

Featured Exhibitions include: "Yard Work, Part 2" by Charlotte Martin; "Inspirations" by Karen Scroggins; "Persona" by Megan Ewert; "Dichotomies" by Sasha Chapek.

Full exhibition will run through May 20.

Contact Sean Jones for more property information.
520 S. Commerce

Final Friday featuring Nerdy Studios at Confluence

6-10pm

Featuring photography by Nerdy Studios

305 S. Elizabeth St.
Phone: (316) 201-3120 website

Spring Green: Sensational Succulents

5:30-8pm

Featuring jewelry sculptor/designer Jewelry Botanica by Becky Miller.
The event is free to attend and refreshments will be provided.

Full exhibition will run through March 29.

Contact Becky Miller for more property information.
424 S Commerce St

For Your Viewing Pleasure

6-10pm

Featuring artwork by Kelsy Gossett.

This exhibition is the MFA Thesis Show for Kelsy Gossett with collaboration from Andi Alexander. The show will include photography, video, and live interactive performance art.

Dock 410    
410 S Commerce St

Final Friday at Dock 410

6-9pm

Dock 410 will be featuring fine art photography by Mark & Taylor Wilkes.

Fisch Haus    
524 S Commerce
Phone: (316) 200-5200 website

Living Statues 2017 & STUDY

6-10pm

In its ninth year, the family-friendly Living Statues event offers a unique and inspired environment to sketch, photograph, paint, or otherwise immortalize a group of talented Ballet Wichita dancers. The dancers will perform a series of short interpretive tableaux throughout the evening, coordinated by a soundtrack composed specifically for the event by KMUW's Strange Currency host Jedd Beaudoin. Wearable props by Nanetta Bananto. More information about Nanetta is available below.

Everyone is welcome to bring their own drawing materials, cameras, etc., but drawing materials will also be available for a small donation, courtesy of Lawrence Photo Print & Frame.

Living Statues runs from 6-8PM, Final Friday April 28, followed by the closing reception for STUDY, a drawing exhibition by Fisch Haus co-founder Patrick Duegaw, from 8-10.

412 E. Douglas

A Retrospective

5:30-10:00pm

Featuring artwork by Ed Pointer and ceramics by Alaine Kuestesteffen.

Full exhibition will run through May 23.

215 N. Washington
Phone: (316) 530-2203 website

Harvester Arts Announces New Partnership with Tilt Union

7-9pm

This Final Friday Harvester Arts is announcing their new partnership with Brad Ruder's local screen printing studio, TILT UNION as well as the Harvester Community Fellows: Creative Class 2017-2018!

Stop by to learn more about the screen printing process and visit with Brad about Tilt Union's upcoming classes and projects. Tilt Union merchandise will be available for purchase, including posters from their Guest Artist Series.

at (316) 530-2203 for more property information.
1710 E. Douglas

Final Friday at the Gnome

6-11pm

The April featured artist is local artist William Peterson.
Must be 21 to enter.

430 S. Commerce, Suite 200
Phone: (316) 512-5045 website

Lucid Dream: The Artwork of Hyunju Kim

5-9pm

Featuring artwork by Hyunju Kim.

HUE Gallery will also have numerous artwork by various artists of HUE in the back gallery space, including works by David Christiansen, Angie Evans Fine Art, Iris Fletcher, Jonathan McAfee, Dustin Parker, Brianna Vanacoro, Sean Christopher Ward, and Lindy Duguid Wiese. They will be debuting "The Golden Age of Wichita" in the FINN Loft's Suite 600 window during Final Friday, as well.

Contact Sean or Lindy for more property information.
147 S. Hillside St

Vision and Place

7-9pm

Featuring photography by Eric Ford and Jackie Wild.
This event is hosted by Journey the Way.

1010 N. Kansas
Phone: (316) 293-3534 website

Muses

5-7:30pm

The KU School of Medicine-Wichita is hosting the February Final Friday in the William J. Reals Gallery of Art-West and will be featuring artwork by Cesar Velez.

Cesar Velez is a 24-year-old visual artist based right here in Wichita. He specializes in realism artwork using Prismacolor pencils and graphite. He recently transitioned into acrylic paintings and hopes to explore oil painting in the near future as well.

Contact Jennifer Eaton for more property information.
6508 E Central
Phone: (316) 267-3700 website

Lost in Imagination

5:30-7:30pm

Featuring artwork by Alicia Perry.

Full exhibition will run through April 22.

Contact Paul Hudson for more property information.
Liv+Work    
515 Douglas Ave.

Liv+Work Grand Opening Exhibition

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by Liv Grant.

121 N Mead Ste. 107
Phone: (316) 262-5192
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat 10am-3pm

Mead Street Gallery

6:30-9pm

Featuring artwork by Matt Langley.

Full exhibition will run through April 22.

1328 E Douglas Ave

Monica's Presents Josh Johnico

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by Josh Johnico.

Join us in celebrating the colorful, creative, bold artwork from Wichita's own Josh Johnico! Also stop in and enjoy fresh, made from scratch quality baked goods.

Contact Marcos & Erica Hernandez for more property information.
126 N. Mead

Metal Art for the Soul

7-9pm

Featuring artwork by Chad Coats

Join Artist - Master Welder Chad Coats in a showing of his talents. His work ranges from tables and steampunk inspired lamps to intricate sculptures of birds and insects.

3100 McCormick

Resonate with Stillness, Experience Light

5-7pm

Featuring artwork by Laura Scholl.

This exhibition is inspired by reflections of light, and combines woven fiber, gesso, gold leaf, LED and fiber optics. She derives her influence from pre-Colombian artifacts, along with Shipibo vocables - sounds of healing frequencies used by the Shipibo tribe of medicine healers in Peru - that are rendered visible through intricate, interlocking patterns of embroidered textiles, gold leafing techniques derived from Russian Iconography, and interactive installation controlled by microprocessors.

The Steckline Gallery is located inside the De Mattias Fine Arts Center on the Newman University Campus.

Contact Mary Werner at (316) 942-4291 for more property information.
Peerless    
919 E. Douglas

Nun Sense

8pm-2am

Featuring artwork by Taylor Lonergan, Christian Stueve, Cody Lonergan and Cody Rives. The event will also feature music from Pallet Town, Real Ties and Wesley.

Must be 21 and over to enter.

416 S. Commerce
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-4pm

Focus and Fanfare

6-10pm

Featuring artwork by Denise Jackson Simon.

3215 East Douglas Avenue
Phone: (316) 682-1481 website
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Mon - Fri 10am-5:30pm, Sat 10am-4pm

Jennie Becker

5:30-9pm

Featuring ceramics by Jennie Becker.
Artist and Teacher, Jennie Becker, will be our featured artist for Final Friday in April. Working mainly in porcelain, Jennie is known for her very boldly colored works of art and functional ceramics. Her painterly glazing often reflects themes from nature.

Full Exhibition will run through May 20.

2611 E. Douglas Ave.

Final Friday at Reverie

6-8pm

Photography by @WhatUpRell, @Csragatz and @Zaq.led
in partnership with IGWichita

Full exhibition will run through April 26.

Coffee & conversation while viewing photography by three of Wichita's rogue photographers in partnership with IGWichita.

About: IGWichita is an artist collective focused on photographing Wichita, KS and posting selected images on their collaborative Instagram account. Come see the city through the lens of three IGWichita members, @WhatUpRell, @Zaq.led and @Csragatz.

1725 E Douglas Ave Ste. 100

Looking Back on Days: Poetry and the Delta Blues

6-8:30pm

Featuring a book release for Kelly Johnston's new book of poetry, "Kalaska: Poetry from the Chautauqua Hills."
Live music will also be provided by Patrick Nichols.

416 S Commerce Street Ste 104

Crayon Art Painting Emotion

6-10pm

Featuring artwork by Carolyn Schultz.

412 E. Douglas, Ste C
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Mon-Sat 11am-3pm

Cranes Over Crop Circles

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by Emily Miller Yamanaka.

Full exhibition will run through May 16.

Contact Teressa Sliger for more property information.
200 E Douglas Ave
Phone: (316) 768-6776 website

Final Friday at The Douglas

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by Rose Litsey and live music from Brian Tiemeyer

The event will take place on the 7th Floor Sky Lounge.
The best way to get to the event is to enter on the west side of the building (off Market) and to take the elevator to the 7th Floor.

Contact Anya Clifford for more property information.
418 S. Commerce
Phone: (316) 303-1996 website

Griffin Grind: Northeast Magnet AP Art Show

6-10pm

Featuring artwork by the art students of Northeast Magnet High School.

150 N. Cleveland
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Mon-Fri 11-4 & Sat 10-5

Final Friday at the Workroom

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by Bronson from Flint Hills Woodworking.

3700 E. Douglas #59 Clifton Square

REVEAL AND AWAKE

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by Kalyn Leininger.

Contact Nina Winter for more property information.
1845 Fairmount St
Phone: (316) 978-3664 website

Final Friday at the Ulrich Museum of Art

11am-7pm

Exhibitions include: "Pierced by Dogma" by Patrick Duegaw; "Benediction" by Robert Pruitt; "x.y.z." by Mary Walling Blackburn; "The Secret of the Midnight Shadow" by Daryl Vocat.

Today's Art Matters. The Ulrich Museum of Art provides the Wichita area with premier exhibitions of modern and contemporary art.

Full exhibition will run through August 6.

509 E. Douglas
Phone: (316) 295-2314 website

Classic Car Part Art

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by Dan Welty.
Dan's art will be available for purchase as well.

Contact Jody Briceland for more property information.
232 N. Market
Phone: (316) 516-5455 website
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 1pm-5pm

Blue Period

6-10pm

Featuring artwork by 50 regional and local artists.
Music will be provided by The Outlaw Blues Society, Lewis Cowdrey, and Bill Garrison.

This exhibition has one theme in common, all art work is "Predominantly BLUE in Color".

Contact Mark Walker for more property information.
225 N Market

The Legal Eclectic

5-7pm

Featuring artwork by local attorneys and their family members. Exhibits will include paintings, photography, pottery, fused glass works, and woodworking items.

4700 W. 13th St.

Art is Ageless Competition and Exhibition

4-6pm

The Wichita Presbyterian Manor is hosting their annual Art is Ageless exhibit and juried art competition. Entries of artistic works from artists 65 years of age or older will be displayed. Winners for the competition will be announced at 5pm.

Contact Amy Watson at (316) 942-7456 for more property information.
204 S. Main
Phone: (316) 265-9314 website
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Tues-Fri 11am-4pm, Sat & Sun 1pm-5pm

Deke Dickerson Musical Performance

5-7pm

Located in the DeVore Auditorium on the second floor.

Deke Dickerson, an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist, is returning to Wichita! Join us for a special Final Friday as we celebrate our Western heritage with one of our favorite performers, the incomparable Deke Dickerson.

An accomplished musician, Deke will bring his country, alternative country, rockability, hillbilly, blues, Western swing, and rock 'n' roll style to the stage as part of the Chisholm Trail 150th celebration at the Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum.
This event is free and open to the public.

416 S Commerce Ste 102

By A Thread: Wichita State Graphic Design Senior Showcase

6-10pm

Featuring the Graphic Design artwork by the Wichita State Graphic Design Senior Class. The exhibition will be up in Shiftspace Gallery April 19-29.

The WSU Shiftspace Student Group will also be hosting a Multibubble Project in the parking lot outside of Shiftspace Gallery.

Full exhibition will run through April 29.

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8 A C D F G H I K L M N P R S T U V W
612 E Douglas Ave
Phone: (316) 208-6805 website

Entropy

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by Katie Maher.

Contact Austin Dugan for more property information.
217 E Douglas

Final Friday at A Taste of Times Square

6:30-8:30pm

Featuring artwork by international artist, Rosie Litsey. Live jazz music will also be provided by pianist Paul Joslin.

Contact Ramy Salem for more property information.
117 N. Handley

Visions of Antarctica and the Natural World

8-10pm

Featuring photography by Award-winning photographer Kira Morris.

Exhibition will run through June 28.

Contact Brent Miller at (316) 250-5733 for more property information.
5014 E Central

Final Friday at Artist Central

5-7pm

Featuring artwork by Thresea Duncan.

1215 W. Franklin

2017 Midwest Photo Emerge

7-9pm

Featuring photography by various national artists.

This is the fifth year of the EMERGE competition. Center Gallery will be giving one EMERGE Fellowship Award and exhibition opportunities to several emerging photographers. This fellowship opportunity is geared toward emerging photographers looking to launch their art careers through the exposure of exhibition.

Full exhibition will run through April 14.

CityArts    
334 N. Mead
Phone: (316) 350-3242 website

Final Friday at CityArts

6-8pm

Featured Exhibitions include: "Yard Work, Part 2" by Charlotte Martin; "Inspirations" by Karen Scroggins; "Persona" by Megan Ewert; "Dichotomies" by Sasha Chapek.

Full exhibition will run through May 20.

Contact Sean Jones for more property information.
520 S. Commerce

Final Friday featuring Nerdy Studios at Confluence

6-10pm

Featuring photography by Nerdy Studios

305 S. Elizabeth St.
Phone: (316) 201-3120 website

Spring Green: Sensational Succulents

5:30-8pm

Featuring jewelry sculptor/designer Jewelry Botanica by Becky Miller.
The event is free to attend and refreshments will be provided.

Full exhibition will run through March 29.

Contact Becky Miller for more property information.
424 S Commerce St

For Your Viewing Pleasure

6-10pm

Featuring artwork by Kelsy Gossett.

This exhibition is the MFA Thesis Show for Kelsy Gossett with collaboration from Andi Alexander. The show will include photography, video, and live interactive performance art.

Dock 410    
410 S Commerce St

Final Friday at Dock 410

6-9pm

Dock 410 will be featuring fine art photography by Mark & Taylor Wilkes.

Fisch Haus    
524 S Commerce
Phone: (316) 200-5200 website

Living Statues 2017 & STUDY

6-10pm

In its ninth year, the family-friendly Living Statues event offers a unique and inspired environment to sketch, photograph, paint, or otherwise immortalize a group of talented Ballet Wichita dancers. The dancers will perform a series of short interpretive tableaux throughout the evening, coordinated by a soundtrack composed specifically for the event by KMUW's Strange Currency host Jedd Beaudoin. Wearable props by Nanetta Bananto. More information about Nanetta is available below.

Everyone is welcome to bring their own drawing materials, cameras, etc., but drawing materials will also be available for a small donation, courtesy of Lawrence Photo Print & Frame.

Living Statues runs from 6-8PM, Final Friday April 28, followed by the closing reception for STUDY, a drawing exhibition by Fisch Haus co-founder Patrick Duegaw, from 8-10.

412 E. Douglas

A Retrospective

5:30-10:00pm

Featuring artwork by Ed Pointer and ceramics by Alaine Kuestesteffen.

Full exhibition will run through May 23.

215 N. Washington
Phone: (316) 530-2203 website

Harvester Arts Announces New Partnership with Tilt Union

7-9pm

This Final Friday Harvester Arts is announcing their new partnership with Brad Ruder's local screen printing studio, TILT UNION as well as the Harvester Community Fellows: Creative Class 2017-2018!

Stop by to learn more about the screen printing process and visit with Brad about Tilt Union's upcoming classes and projects. Tilt Union merchandise will be available for purchase, including posters from their Guest Artist Series.

at (316) 530-2203 for more property information.
1710 E. Douglas

Final Friday at the Gnome

6-11pm

The April featured artist is local artist William Peterson.
Must be 21 to enter.

430 S. Commerce, Suite 200
Phone: (316) 512-5045 website

Lucid Dream: The Artwork of Hyunju Kim

5-9pm

Featuring artwork by Hyunju Kim.

HUE Gallery will also have numerous artwork by various artists of HUE in the back gallery space, including works by David Christiansen, Angie Evans Fine Art, Iris Fletcher, Jonathan McAfee, Dustin Parker, Brianna Vanacoro, Sean Christopher Ward, and Lindy Duguid Wiese. They will be debuting "The Golden Age of Wichita" in the FINN Loft's Suite 600 window during Final Friday, as well.

Contact Sean or Lindy for more property information.
147 S. Hillside St

Vision and Place

7-9pm

Featuring photography by Eric Ford and Jackie Wild.
This event is hosted by Journey the Way.

1010 N. Kansas
Phone: (316) 293-3534 website

Muses

5-7:30pm

The KU School of Medicine-Wichita is hosting the February Final Friday in the William J. Reals Gallery of Art-West and will be featuring artwork by Cesar Velez.

Cesar Velez is a 24-year-old visual artist based right here in Wichita. He specializes in realism artwork using Prismacolor pencils and graphite. He recently transitioned into acrylic paintings and hopes to explore oil painting in the near future as well.

Contact Jennifer Eaton for more property information.
6508 E Central
Phone: (316) 267-3700 website

Lost in Imagination

5:30-7:30pm

Featuring artwork by Alicia Perry.

Full exhibition will run through April 22.

Contact Paul Hudson for more property information.
Liv+Work    
515 Douglas Ave.

Liv+Work Grand Opening Exhibition

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by Liv Grant.

121 N Mead Ste. 107
Phone: (316) 262-5192
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat 10am-3pm

Mead Street Gallery

6:30-9pm

Featuring artwork by Matt Langley.

Full exhibition will run through April 22.

1328 E Douglas Ave

Monica's Presents Josh Johnico

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by Josh Johnico.

Join us in celebrating the colorful, creative, bold artwork from Wichita's own Josh Johnico! Also stop in and enjoy fresh, made from scratch quality baked goods.

Contact Marcos & Erica Hernandez for more property information.
126 N. Mead

Metal Art for the Soul

7-9pm

Featuring artwork by Chad Coats

Join Artist - Master Welder Chad Coats in a showing of his talents. His work ranges from tables and steampunk inspired lamps to intricate sculptures of birds and insects.

3100 McCormick

Resonate with Stillness, Experience Light

5-7pm

Featuring artwork by Laura Scholl.

This exhibition is inspired by reflections of light, and combines woven fiber, gesso, gold leaf, LED and fiber optics. She derives her influence from pre-Colombian artifacts, along with Shipibo vocables - sounds of healing frequencies used by the Shipibo tribe of medicine healers in Peru - that are rendered visible through intricate, interlocking patterns of embroidered textiles, gold leafing techniques derived from Russian Iconography, and interactive installation controlled by microprocessors.

The Steckline Gallery is located inside the De Mattias Fine Arts Center on the Newman University Campus.

Contact Mary Werner at (316) 942-4291 for more property information.
Peerless    
919 E. Douglas

Nun Sense

8pm-2am

Featuring artwork by Taylor Lonergan, Christian Stueve, Cody Lonergan and Cody Rives. The event will also feature music from Pallet Town, Real Ties and Wesley.

Must be 21 and over to enter.

416 S. Commerce
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-4pm

Focus and Fanfare

6-10pm

Featuring artwork by Denise Jackson Simon.

3215 East Douglas Avenue
Phone: (316) 682-1481 website
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Mon - Fri 10am-5:30pm, Sat 10am-4pm

Jennie Becker

5:30-9pm

Featuring ceramics by Jennie Becker.
Artist and Teacher, Jennie Becker, will be our featured artist for Final Friday in April. Working mainly in porcelain, Jennie is known for her very boldly colored works of art and functional ceramics. Her painterly glazing often reflects themes from nature.

Full Exhibition will run through May 20.

2611 E. Douglas Ave.

Final Friday at Reverie

6-8pm

Photography by @WhatUpRell, @Csragatz and @Zaq.led
in partnership with IGWichita

Full exhibition will run through April 26.

Coffee & conversation while viewing photography by three of Wichita's rogue photographers in partnership with IGWichita.

About: IGWichita is an artist collective focused on photographing Wichita, KS and posting selected images on their collaborative Instagram account. Come see the city through the lens of three IGWichita members, @WhatUpRell, @Zaq.led and @Csragatz.

1725 E Douglas Ave Ste. 100

Looking Back on Days: Poetry and the Delta Blues

6-8:30pm

Featuring a book release for Kelly Johnston's new book of poetry, "Kalaska: Poetry from the Chautauqua Hills."
Live music will also be provided by Patrick Nichols.

416 S Commerce Street Ste 104

Crayon Art Painting Emotion

6-10pm

Featuring artwork by Carolyn Schultz.

412 E. Douglas, Ste C
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Mon-Sat 11am-3pm

Cranes Over Crop Circles

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by Emily Miller Yamanaka.

Full exhibition will run through May 16.

Contact Teressa Sliger for more property information.
200 E Douglas Ave
Phone: (316) 768-6776 website

Final Friday at The Douglas

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by Rose Litsey and live music from Brian Tiemeyer

The event will take place on the 7th Floor Sky Lounge.
The best way to get to the event is to enter on the west side of the building (off Market) and to take the elevator to the 7th Floor.

Contact Anya Clifford for more property information.
418 S. Commerce
Phone: (316) 303-1996 website

Griffin Grind: Northeast Magnet AP Art Show

6-10pm

Featuring artwork by the art students of Northeast Magnet High School.

150 N. Cleveland
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Mon-Fri 11-4 & Sat 10-5

Final Friday at the Workroom

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by Bronson from Flint Hills Woodworking.

3700 E. Douglas #59 Clifton Square

REVEAL AND AWAKE

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by Kalyn Leininger.

Contact Nina Winter for more property information.
1845 Fairmount St
Phone: (316) 978-3664 website

Final Friday at the Ulrich Museum of Art

11am-7pm

Exhibitions include: "Pierced by Dogma" by Patrick Duegaw; "Benediction" by Robert Pruitt; "x.y.z." by Mary Walling Blackburn; "The Secret of the Midnight Shadow" by Daryl Vocat.

Today's Art Matters. The Ulrich Museum of Art provides the Wichita area with premier exhibitions of modern and contemporary art.

Full exhibition will run through August 6.

509 E. Douglas
Phone: (316) 295-2314 website

Classic Car Part Art

6-9pm

Featuring artwork by Dan Welty.
Dan's art will be available for purchase as well.

Contact Jody Briceland for more property information.
232 N. Market
Phone: (316) 516-5455 website
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Mon-Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 1pm-5pm

Blue Period

6-10pm

Featuring artwork by 50 regional and local artists.
Music will be provided by The Outlaw Blues Society, Lewis Cowdrey, and Bill Garrison.

This exhibition has one theme in common, all art work is "Predominantly BLUE in Color".

Contact Mark Walker for more property information.
225 N Market

The Legal Eclectic

5-7pm

Featuring artwork by local attorneys and their family members. Exhibits will include paintings, photography, pottery, fused glass works, and woodworking items.

4700 W. 13th St.

Art is Ageless Competition and Exhibition

4-6pm

The Wichita Presbyterian Manor is hosting their annual Art is Ageless exhibit and juried art competition. Entries of artistic works from artists 65 years of age or older will be displayed. Winners for the competition will be announced at 5pm.

Contact Amy Watson at (316) 942-7456 for more property information.
204 S. Main
Phone: (316) 265-9314 website
Hours: Regular Business Hours: Tues-Fri 11am-4pm, Sat & Sun 1pm-5pm

Deke Dickerson Musical Performance

5-7pm

Located in the DeVore Auditorium on the second floor.

Deke Dickerson, an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist, is returning to Wichita! Join us for a special Final Friday as we celebrate our Western heritage with one of our favorite performers, the incomparable Deke Dickerson.

An accomplished musician, Deke will bring his country, alternative country, rockability, hillbilly, blues, Western swing, and rock 'n' roll style to the stage as part of the Chisholm Trail 150th celebration at the Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum.
This event is free and open to the public.

416 S Commerce Ste 102

By A Thread: Wichita State Graphic Design Senior Showcase

6-10pm

Featuring the Graphic Design artwork by the Wichita State Graphic Design Senior Class. The exhibition will be up in Shiftspace Gallery April 19-29.

The WSU Shiftspace Student Group will also be hosting a Multibubble Project in the parking lot outside of Shiftspace Gallery.

Full exhibition will run through April 29.

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