Artwalk Participating Venues
May 26, 2023
1/Gainesville Fine Arts Association
Come see us first!
100th Anniversary Year! GFAA Gallery presents TRANSPARENCY, part of a series of exhibitions based on the organizations governing values. On display from May 24 - June 24. Smaller artwork is available for sale in our Gift Shop.
1314 S Main St
2/First Magnitude Brewing Co.
FIRST MAGNITUDE IS MORE THAN JUST GREAT BEER…We believe in doing our best to help our local
community and environment! We are about great beer, an excellent space for enjoying a pint and being an active part of our community. It matters to us, and is what we strive to do well. Enjoy our beer and join us in our vision to celebrate what makes Florida naturally great.
1220 SE Veitch St
3/ Bingo Deli & Pub
Bingo Deli presents Tin City Collective with Aimee Bonamie and Brandon Session. Aimee Bonamie studied photography during her undergraduate BFA program at the University of Florida. She went on to receive an MFA from CUNY Hunter College, NYC. With a focus on portraiture and landscape photography, an idea and a plane ticket is all she needs to get going. Brandon Session is a self-taught professional photographer. Born and raised in central Florida, with his interest in wildlife and street photography, he is not at a loss for subject matter in the area.
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
Laura Diblasio, "Medicine Cabinet"
This body of work is dedicated to the constant feeling of being watched by your own reflection. The work intends to preserve emotions through self-portraiture. Mirrors, tiles, and water characterize a bathroom, a comfortable place to dissociate.
534 SW 4TH Ave
The Hipp Art Gallery offers artists a beautiful space to showcase their talent, often engaging with the themes of the current mainstage production.
Tony Award winning musical, A Gentleman's Guide to love and Murder opens June 2-July 9.
Previews: May 31 and June 1st
Anna Verney (Gallery Curator)
25 SE. 2nd Pl.
7/Black C Gallery
In the spirit of 1960s "Happenings" in the East Village of New York City, we invite you to become art.
The Creatives at Black C Art present artistry, music, scenes and spectacles. With Warhol Caldwell, Ani Collier, Gregg Jones, Shamrock McShane, Tom Miller, & Sara Morsey. Watch, listen, react, and engage. And as always, "Expect the Unexpected."
201 SE 2nd Place #111
Sweetwater presents "Brushing: Works on Paper by Joon Thomas"
"My intention is for the tool in my hand to become so familiar that it disappears: I move across the paper like a dancer and what is left is some trace of my movements."
Opening reception is 7-9 pm, closing at noon on Wednesday, June 28 and may be seen after Artwalk by calling Joon Thomas (352 514-3838).
117 S. Main Street
A MULTI-MEDIA ART SPACE AND CAFE.
Fine art on display that changes quarterly. The SL8 Gallery invites you to a must-see unique and eclectic selection of artworks for sale by known and emerging artists.
Originals and reproductions available on request. Visit and enjoy the newly added bar with drinks to stir the imagination.
10 E University Ave
10/Artisans' Guild Gallery
Artwalk hours 7pm - 10pm
Featuring Kelly Herring, a Gainesville artist that recently joined the gallery. Working primarily in alcohol ink and cyanotype, Kelly's works are a unique blend of fluidity, color and elements of nature.
Live music by singer-songwriter, Eric Diamond.
Just one block north of The Top restaurant, turn west on 2nd Avenue.
224 NW 2nd Ave
11/Cypress & Grove Brewery Co.
Presenting Friends of Animals by Anna Gorostiaga and Jordy Hembree.
Anna Gorostiaga is a Gainesville based artist who works primarily with pen and acrylic.
Jordy Hembree is a Gainesville based artist who specializes in tattoo and acrylic mediums.
1001 NW 4th Street
12/ THE AUK MARKET at Curia on the Drag
Local Artist's Chalk Mural Event I/ "Florida Native Flora & Fauna", facilitated by Oberon Rubi.
Take a stroll along the Curia on the Drag property to experience live mural event inspired by Florida Native Flora & Fauna. Grab a drink at Dad's Bar and join us for a fun-filled evening with music, vendors and art to kick off your weekend!"
We hope you have a great time visiting THE AUK MARKET and enjoy the beautiful artwork on display!
2031 NW 6th St