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First Friday Art Walk events scheduled

All new works featured for the First Friday Art Walk on Friday include: -- 4-6 p.m., Wild Hare Bistro and Coffeehouse: "Guardians and Gables," Collage and "Mixed-Media Assemblages" by Terry Garrett. Garrett is a collage artist who uses a combinat...

All new works featured for the First Friday Art Walk on Friday include:

-- 4-6 p.m., Wild Hare Bistro and Coffeehouse: "Guardians and Gables," Collage and "Mixed-Media Assemblages" by Terry Garrett. Garrett is a collage artist who uses a combination of his own photographs, ephemera and found objects in his work. The collages and assemblages in this show relate to the themes of "Home" and that of imaginary "Guardian Figures." 444-5282.

-- 5-6:30 p.m., Great River Gallery: An eclectic exhibit/show including three-dimensional collage, painting and stone carving. The featured artist for the month of April is mixed media artist, Pam Robinson. Her found object sculptures whimsically titled "FISH STIX," as well as her colorfully painted wooden bowls and furniture will be highlighted in the gallery. 444-1090.

-- 5-7 p.m., Bemidji Community Arts Center: For the month of April, the BCAC announces the opening of the annual Bemidji Area High School Invitational and First Friday Reception. This exhibit will include works by Bemidji Area High School students in a wide range of media. 444-7570.

-- 2-5:30 p.m., Gallery North.: Art made by the Bemidji State University Day Care children will be featured as the Guest Showcase Exhibit. Featured Gallery North Artists are Jeanie Fenner, who will demonstrate art cards, and Joyce Martins doing watercolor. The Minnesota Forest Stage will present live music from 2-5 p.m. on Friday. Keith Winger and Friends will open with a variety of music including some of Keith's original songs. Dale and Dean Ellingson and others will round out the afternoon with foot taping tunes. Free to the public. 444-9813.

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-- 5-7 p.m., Dunn Brothers Coffee: "Anticipating Spring" by artist Patricia Grimes. The exhibit will feature large poster size floral photographs that are taken at close range and catch the eye with bursts of color and unusual detail. An educator, traveler, self taught photo enthusiast and avid gardener with an art background, Grimes brings an amazing energy to her work and images. Also available for purchase will be Levandowski Pottery by Aron and Jena Levandowski, Stoneware and Raku pottery made with non-toxic clay and lead free glazes. 444-5252.

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