March 2023 Venues
1/Gainesville Fine Arts Association
Come see us first!
100th Anniversary Year! GFAA Gallery presents a series of University of Florida B.F.A Graduating Exhibitions. These week-long shows will be on display from March 29 - April 22. On display during Artwalk is Jessica Clermont and Derrick Daniels. Smaller artwork is available for sale in our Gift Shop.
1314 S Main St
2/First Magnitude Brewing Co.
Wildlife rehabilitators do the hard work of rescuing sick and injured wildlife. Many of those birds and other animals live through their trauma but are not healthy enough to be released back into natural environments and become educational ambassadors that rehabilitators and educators care for indefinitely.
Pints and Predators is an opportunity for you to see ambassador birds of prey like Bald Eagle, Barred Owl, Red-tailed Hawk, and creatures of the night like Virginia Opossum and bats. There are always a few snakes including a venomous rattlesnake in a fully-locked safety enclosure and, for the second year in a row, a spider exhibit! 🕷
Ticket prices at the full donation level of $25 for adults of drinking age include a free pint (year-round beers or cider), and a 9th Annual Pints & Predators logo glass!
TICKET / DONATION LEVELS!
* $25 – includes a free pint and a logo glass
* $10 – general entry
* $5 – ages 1-12
1220 SE Veitch St
3/ Bingo Deli & Pub
“On the Scale” - acrylic paintings by artist Nava Ottenberg. Nava presents new, expressive landscapes and abstract paintings using bold colors, textures and emotion. Her paintings run from miniatures to very large-scale works and everything in between. Nava’s belief that creating new ways of discovering beauty is the greatest use of her time.
619 S Main St Unit 1A
4/Civic Media Center
The Civic Media Center & Stetson Kennedy Library Inc., founded in October 1993, is an alternative library, reading room and info shop. The Civic Media Center is a community- based nonprofit that serves as a resource for progressive grassroots organizing, activism, and public awareness in Gainesville. Stop in to see what's new!
Starry Eyed ~ "Super cool place! an incredible piece of gainesville history"
Scott Terle ~ "Best place to learn about what's really happening in the world!!"
Allan Frasheri ~ "They also have the largest zine collection in the Southeast of the US."
433 S. Main St
The Blood is still Warm by Keiaria Williams
The Blood is Still Warm is a visual exploration of the complex interplay between desirability and attachment, as interpreted through a thought-provoking selection of literary works. This collection of artwork delves into the nature of desire itself, calling into question our perceptions of beauty and the often troubling consequences of being deemed undesirable in a society suffering from the malady of beauty sickness.
534 SW 4TH Ave
Artwork by Alma Elaine Shoaf
The Hippodrome Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition by Alma Elaine Shoaf, featuring work from two different collections done over the past five years — the Ghost Lines and Eggbound series— as well as other mixed media drawings and illustrations, including originals from Germ Lynn’s short story What You Call, published by Radix Media.
Anna Verney (Gallery Curator)
25 SE. 2nd Pl.
7/Black C Gallery
Black C Art Presents:
"ALL TO BE REVEALED"
A multi-sensory immersive installation.
201 SE 2nd Place #111
Artwork: Ink on paper, titled "Snatt & Catxolotl", "Prancingasari" and "The Serpopard".
Sweetwater Print Cooperative presents Julia Beck: "Creatures in CMYK", artwork which pushes the boundaries on color intensity as well as blending animal anatomies to create new interpretations of familiar creatures. Opening reception is 7-9 pm on Friday, March 31. Show closes at noon Wednesday, April 26 and may be seen after Artwalk by calling Joon Thomas (352 514-3838).
117 S. Main Street
9/Top Secret Event Space
DIRTY PENS is a group show consisting of over 20 artists at the Top Secret Space located at 10. N Main St. A varied collection of styles and media. As well as being open for ArtWalk. This space will also be open on Saturday 4/1 from 7pm - 10pm. We will be holding artist talks that night starting at 7:30.
30 N. Main St.
10/Artisans' Guild Gallery
Artwalk hours 7pm - 10pm
Featuring the beadwork of Stephanie Escue-Milch who employs many types of bead techniques in her jewelry and art, including off-loom beading, bead embroidery and three-dimensional beaded sculptures. She takes inspiration from patterns and colors in nature and is always thinking about how to use the art of beadwork in new and adventurous ways. Live music by Eric Diamond. Image: Spirit Doll with stand
Just one block north of The Top restaurant, turn west on 2nd Avenue.
224 NW 2nd Ave
11/Cypress & Grove Brewery Co.
Friday, March 31/5:00pm
FOOD TRUCK: Tommy Knockers
5pm – 9pm
Live music-DJ City Baby
7pm – 9pm
Spinning punk, power pop, rock n roll & glam.
1001 NW 4th Street
12/ THE AUK MARKET at Curia on the Drag
FIERY TRACKS: PAINTINGS by Jeff T. Owens
Jeff T. Owens is a graphic designer and illustrator living in Gainesville FL, currently returning to painting with the project FIERY TRACKS.
2031 NW 6th St
13/ The Richardson Collection
A Pop-Up Gallery and Art Sale
Hours: 6-9 pm
The Richardson Collection: Forty Years of Collecting Art in Gainesville presents Gainesville Collects! We are emptying out our print files, closets and art storage - an amazing array of paintings, sculpture, ceramics, prints, drawings, and mixed media ready for the next collector. Framed and unframed. Art books also for sale!
10% of proceeds to benefit Harn Museum of Art Intern Program.
3620 NW 43rd Street, Suite B