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Iowa City Fall Gallery Walk Begins Friday


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The Fall Gallery Walk includes a reception at the Iowa Artisans Gallery that celebrates 30 years of the establishment’s art curation.

Fall Gallery Walk

Downtown Iowa City — Oct. 3 from 5-8 p.m.

The Fall Gallery Walk begins this Friday at 5 p.m., providing an excellent opportunity to check out the downtown Iowa City art scene. The walk is a collection of art receptions held at 20 downtown venues, many of which hold art exhibitions year-round. Artwork by both local and national artists will be on display.

Participating venues will be serving hors d’oeuvres.

2014 Participating Venues

Active Endeavors Photography by members of the Iowa City Camera Club
AKAR New ceramic works by Bruce Gholson & Samantha Henneke
B Gallery (Hall Mall) Fall Art Preview exhibit
Brix Cheese Shop & Wine Bar Sign of an Election by Ayron Messerschmitt
Chait Galleries Elegance: A New Collection by landscape by painter Mary Merkel-Hess
The Englert Theatre Two concurrent exhibits by Jenny Richards and Jennifer Jones
Glassando Joe Chrystal: Custom Woodcraft
Iowa Artisans Gallery Celebrating 30 years of Art & Artists
MC Ginsberg Work Works by metalsmiths Holland Houdek and Kelly Kinser
MidWestOne Bank Storm Work by Kathleen Rash. A series of pastel landscapes
nori Paintings by Shannon Toomey
RSVP Paradise Outlaw by Pieta Brown: a grouping of photographs taken during Paradise Outlaw recording sessions
Steven Vail Fine Arts 16 etchings of geometric boxes by internationally known artist Donald Judd
Textiles work by longtime artist and educator Hani Elkadi
The Old Post Office Gallery Watercolors by Janice Bell and paintings by Madgetta Thornton Dungy
The State Historical Society of Iowa From the Collections: World War I Posters
United Action for Youth Tate High School Emerging Artists
Urbanity Watercolor and acrylic paintings by Alex Ackerman
US Bank An exhibit of acrylic paintings by local artist Bonnie Duffy Bradley
Yotopia Frozen Yogurt Is This Heaven? Barns, Cows, and Iowa Farmscapes by Megan Dehner and Jeff Sadecky

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