The final First Friday of 2018 came on Dec. 7, featuring art, live music and more in downtown Lincoln and across the city. Check out shots from events at 1867 Bar, Hey May Photo, The Aliens, Tugboat, Six-16 and Ill of Cups.
The year's final First Friday brings dozens of gallery openings, special exhibits, live music events more, from downtown to across Lincoln. Check out our rundown of happenings and a map to find your way.
Since a young age, creating has been a huge part of Williams’ life. Having her work entered into a competition hosted by a national children’s magazine and winning third place kind of sealed the deal. From then on, Williams entered her work in competitions through middle and high school. She has always loved to draw and lose herself in the creative process, acrylic painting has become a new love.
Check out gallery photos featuring new exhibits, special openings and more from this month's First Friday. Plus, shots from the Aunt Bunnie's Parlor CD release and live shows by The Ambulanters, Katy G. and the Girls, Sebastian Lane, and more. November's cooler temperatures didn't deter the crowds from enjoying what the city has to offer. Photos by KZUM's multimedia interns.
First Friday in Lincoln is a night full of art, music and fun. Check out our list of events happening around downtown and in neighborhoods throughout the city, including a downloadable map. Be sure to keep up with @KZUM89.3 on Instagram and check back here next week for our coverage of what November's First Friday has to offer.
View a full version of our First Friday map or download it here. By Holly Barr & Brittany War [...]
KZUM's day long Arts & Culture Festival moves festivities to Auld Pavilion and The Zoo Bar.
Nate and Mandy Deal share a gallery space at Stella Collective for September's First Friday Art Walk.
KZUM's Art Beat features one artist from one of the several visual art displays during Lincoln's First Friday. This month's artist is Toni Kemerling
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