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October 31, 2013

Arts tour this weekend for First Fridays in downtown Goshen

GOSHEN — A two-day Goshen Arts Tour and Home Studio Tour will highlight this month’s First Fridays gathering in downtown Goshen.

The event will take place from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

Friday

Exhibit locations for the Friday Goshen Arts Tour and the featured artists and works include:

Beck Counseling and Coaching, 109 E. Clinton St., Suite 10 — John Blosser, painter

Better World Books, 215 S. Main St. — Elementary student and teacher exhibits

Clay Artists Guild, 212 W. Washington St. — Goshen area ceramic artists exhibit

Cornerstone Financial, 104 S. Main St. — Mary Jane Brannock and Leah Schroeder

The Electric Brew, 118 E. Washington St. — Exhibit, “Iraqi Artists in Exile”

First Presbyterian Church, 215 E. Lincoln Ave., Goshen High School Art Auction. All proceeds benefit the GHS art department.

Found, 208 S. Main St. — Graber Family Artists

Gift of G.A.B, 203 S. Main St. — Skye Steury, “You Can’t Stop Art”

Gallery at the Millrace, 212 W. Washington St. — Pottery, painting, photography, woodworking and jewelry by Goshen-area artists

Goshen Art Center, 113 1/2 E. Lincoln Ave. — Mark Daniels arts

Goshen Historical Museum, 124 S. Main St. — Iconography by Brian Matthew Whirledge

Goshen Painters’ Guild, 212 W. Washington St., Suite 16 — Goshen-area painters

Home Again — 120 N. Main St., Suite 120 — Boys & Girls Club of Goshen

Ignition Garage, 120 E. Washington St. — Tanglefoot Furnishings, Chuck Kreps-Long and Woodstar Photography

Jules Boutique, 130 S. Main St. — Irene Ortiz showcasing Gypsy-inspired jewelry

The Local, 211 S. Fifth St. — “The Cup: An Interpreted Object” national juried exhibition; Jesse Stoltzfus: Blue Dog Light Craft; and Troy Bungart showcasing wooden and ceramic bowls and brushes

Maple City Market, 314 S. Main St. — Market staff art exhibit

Reverie — Yarn, Decor and Gifts, 111 E. Washington St. — Pottery by Todd Pletcher

Shutterhugs, 132 S. Main St. — Ceramics by Craig Hartenberger and Renata Cassiano

Spacious Heart Yoga, 119 S. Main St. — Art and jewelry by Kristi Glick

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