First Fridays Buzzlet: November

Posted on November 4, 2011 by

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If you’re planning on being out and about for The Virginia Film Festival this weekend, then you should definitely plan to stop by these great First Fridays showings. From photography and paintings, to dance and music, make it a weekend of art!

The journey starts at 5pm…

Chroma Projects

Catch the Baby {Rosamond Casey} & Voyeur in the Kitchen {Lindsay Heider Diamond}

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Deceit {Lindsay Heider Diamond}

Front Gallery & Black Box: Rosamond Casey,  Catch the Baby — Invites viewers to play the game, through a series of installations and figures created to “invoke new and familiar aspects of the players’ relationship.” A video of the game filmed by Diane Bloom and Jorge Luis Teran will be shown in the Black Box.

Passage Gallery: Lindsay Heider Diamond, Voyeur in the Kitchen — Uniquely painted within cabinetry, snippets of domestic scenes bring the viewers’ voyeurism and emotional intimacy into the forefront.

418 E. Main St. on the Downtown Mall // 5-8p

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Lifting Stone Book {Rosamond Casey}

The Gallery and 5th & Water

observations² {Paul Goossens}

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Somerset {Paul Goossens}
Black & white and color observations in time presented in the classic square aspect ratio.
107 5th Street, SE (Upstairs, Hampton & Everett) // 5:30-8:00p
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Tulip {Paul Goossens}

Miki Liszt’s First Fridays Dance Series

Featuring Charlottesville Ballet Company

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Hosted by Miki Liszt, see the company for an intimate performance at the McGuffey Art Center. Showcases pieces from new choreographers and segments of work to be performed in the 2011-2012 season. 2011 Choreographers include: Elisa AlexanderAudrey FenskeVeronica Hart, and Lynette Meynig, plus work from the company repertory by Associate Director Keith Lee. Check out the Facebook Event Page!

McGuffey Art Center, Studio #20 // 6 & 7p (artist Q&A after the 7p show) // $8

The Garage

Selected Daybooks {Roger Williams and Jameson Zimmer}

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Daybook Pages 42 {Roger Williams and Jameson Zimmer} 

An exhibition of diary drawings, zine pages, embroidered star charts, and other miscellany by Roger Williams and Jameson Zimmer.

250 First St. NE (across from Lee Park) // 5-8p

The Bridge

What’s Cooking in the Kurdish Kitchen {Ben Ward}

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Self-taught photographer Ben Ward presents his black and white photography from a 2010 collaboration with author Dr. Ayşe Kudat, for the sociopolitical cookbook, “What’s Cooking in the Kurdish Kitchen?”.

209 Monticello Road, tucked by Belmont Bridge // 6-8p

PCA’s CitySpace Gallery

About Hunger and Resilience {Michael Nye}

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Pepper Lewis {Michael Nye}

PCA and the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank present this exhibition of photography and audio stories.

100 5th St. NE, below the Market St. Garage // 5-8p

WVTF and Radio IQ Studio Gallery

Home {New City Arts group show}

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Untitled {Maggie Stein}

 In partnership with NPRWVTF, and Radio IQ, the New City Arts Initiative brings you a group show with 11 participating artists exhibiting works generated from the theme of a “Home.” As a preview for The Haven’s annual auction in December, all proceeds from the exhibit will benefit The Haven at First and Market.Artists include Maggie Stein, Abby PrattJesse WellsPatrick CostelloKaki Dimock, Wes Webb, Mike Ryan, Lisa Ryan, Matt Pamer, Maureen Lovett, Ashley Walton, and Kendall Cox.

Catering by Feast! and wines from Blenheim Vineyards

216 Water St., across from Eloise // 5-7p