LIVE on the Plaza-September 10th, 7-11pm

September 7, 2010 at 3:31 am Leave a comment

LIVE on the Plaza 2nd Fridays!

THIS Friday,9/10 7-11 pm
1700 block NW 16th

Quick Peek for LIVE on the Plaza, September 10th,  2010
Artist Market: 1715 nw 16th, live music by The Shining Lights

Velvet Monkey Salon: artist reception Ashley Smith

Collected Thread: Two Year Annversary: Documentary at9pm

DNA Galleries: German artist Sebastian Otto

Convergence:  Rethread OKC

Coffy’s Cafe: Open Mic

Bad Granny’s Bazaar: artist Sarah Gray

PhotoArt Studios: Open house

JuJu Gallery: Wooden Ink: The art of Samantha and Chris Provin

Midwest Media: Artist Reception

Chaparney: Artists Suzanne Thomas and Cynthia Curry.

No Regrets Tattoo: open house

Warpaint Clothing: open house

Rescue Corner: Greyhounds, Pugs, Mastiffs, Rottweilers and Weimaraners

Be sure not to miss this month’s Live on the Plaza for another FREE showcase of unique local art and music! From 7 – 11 pm on September 10th, Oklahoma City’s Plaza District is hosting its monthly artwalk to exhibit a new collection of local aspiring artists, musicians, and creatives.

Collected Thread celebrates their two year anniversary! At 9pm, the store will debut the documentary Proceed and Be Bold, showing the life and work of letterpress printer Amos Paul Kennedy Jr. Check out a trailer of the documentary here!

DNA Galleries host works by  Sebastian Otto in his first ever US solo exhibit. Sebastian resides in Hannover / Lower Saxony, Germany. Dylan and Amanda Bradway met him while visiting Germany for Dylan’s show at Nice/Nice Exhibition Space where Sebastian is a co-owner. His work is filled with child-like characters with solemn expressions and exaggerated features that are serene and enchanting. Come helps DNA support international artists in Oklahoma City!

Coffy’s Café is hosting an open-mic night for all you poets, storytellers, and musicians needing an outlet for your fountain of creativity! Stop in for gluten-free treats or tasty drinks, and feel free to use the array of instruments provided in-store for the public to enjoy.

Be sure to stop by Bad Granny’s Bazaar to see the work of local artist Sarah Gray, as well as browse the store full of sales!

The Velvet Monkey will be displaying pop art by artist Ashley Smith as well. Visitors will be free to roam the array of vintage clothing, magazines, and various cool accessories located in the back as well.

For the dog lovers, greyhounds, pugs, Rotts and Weim’s will be setting up ‘Rescue Corner’ on 16th St & Blackwelder. Visitors are invited to come and meet the dogs and learn about the process that goes into rescuing, rehabilitating, and adopting these sweet pups.

At Juju Gallery, come view Wooden Ink: The art of Samantha and Chris Provin, as well as the handmade art and craft throughout the studio.

Don’t forget to stop by Warpaint Clothing to see their new selection of awesome handmade t-shirts and fashion accessories. Created with 2 parts love and 3 parts creativity ensures that you won’t find any other pieces like these anywhere else.

The Plaza Artist market boast local artists at 1704 nw 16th. Bella Vita Jewelry, House of Smash, Promise Art, Garrett Shockey, JASWORX, Jennifer Jewel, Dreaming Hazel and Handmade with Heart! Stop by for local, handmade art!

Throat dry? Stomach growling? Then stop by the Pops 66 truck to sample their legendary array of sodas, or grab a tasty burger and some fries.


Entry filed under: art, events, LIVE on the Plaza, shopping.

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