An Evening on Gallery Row

Friday, June 9

Annapolis’ Gallery Row has always been a destination for art collectors and lovers. Now for one special night in the June, this historic block of West Street invites absolutely everyone to discover what the locals already know. Enjoy good food, coffee, wine, art, people, and good times -- this is one block party night in Annapolis you don’t want to miss!

U mi Studio

7-9pm: Yoomi Yoon exhibits and demonstrates the art of sumi-e painting.



5:30-7pm: Spring 2017 Student Show. Free and open to the public. Light refreshments.
7:30-8pm: “Blue Balloon to the Moon” art exhibit and book signing.
8-10pm: “I am not a factory girl” -- ArtFarm proprietor Stacey Turner’s first solo show on gallery row.
8-10pm: Alison Harbaugh, founder of Sugar Farm Productions, projects footage of her work on huge screen throughout the evening. Guests treated to 1940’s big band dance music as rare vinyl records spin on Harbaugh’s vintage record player.

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49 West Cafe & Gallery

5-7pm: Exhibit of works by artist John O’Neil, open to the public

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8pm: Voodoo Pharmacology will be performing songs off their latest release "Water, Stay Down." Come for the pageantry, stay for the ritual sacrifice.

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51-53 WEST ST


4:30pm-6pm: Happy Hour; art exhibit; serving sushi until 1am. 8-10pm: Film projection "The Importance of Art” by Jahrulia (Jeff Huntington + Julia Gibb). www.FutureHistoryN

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Annapolis Collection Gallery

6-10pm: Gallery exhibits oil portraits and watercolors by Annapolis masters; houses largest collection of black and white photographs of old Annapolis by Charles Emery and Aubrey Bodine (circa 1935-1965).
7-10pm: Ahren Buchheister performs Bach on classical guitar
8-10pm: Film projections "Nevertheless, she persisted" by Jahrulia (Jeff Huntington + Julia Gibb).

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