1. AFA Gallery – The Sum of Our Parts: Keystone College Senior Art Exhibition.
2. AFA Gallery (Upstairs) – Marywood in Paris: Various artists.
3. Ale Mary’s at The Bittenberger– Charcoal, acrylic, pencil, pastels and digital art: Elijah Barrett.
4. Artwork’s Gallery & Studio – The Sum of Our Parts: Keystone College Senior Art Exhibition.
5. The Bog – The Cult Classic Collection: Screen prints, paintings and drawings by Ashley Kujat & Aaron Dale Johnson.
6. Broadway Theatre League of NEPA/ Ballet Theatre of Scranton – Tap Dancing from Anything Goes: Dancers from The Ballet Theatre of Scranton; music by DJ Jack Martin.
7. Citizens Savings Bank – Art in the Offices at Citizens Savings Bank: Scranton High School Art Major Students.
8. Courthouse Square (Spruce Street) –
Intimate: The Pop Up Studio. Pop Up Studio’s Intimate seeks to initiate the community of Scranton to interact with one another over a shared experience and engage intellectually in a cultural dialogue as we consider what intimacy means to us as a collective and as an individual in an ever-changing, technologically advancing landscape.
Participants are invited to experience and engage in a series of anonymous, intimately designed events. Although each station will facilitate, and require, interaction with another participant, each moment is uniquely experienced alone, at a safe, anonymous distance. This anonymity, and distance seeks to allow authentic, intimate discourse without inducing mutual harm.
Intimate proposes that strong interpersonal, intimate interactions with others result from a greater understanding of ourselves as individuals. Each interaction at Intimate is an invitation for self-reflection.
9. Duffy Accesories – Reverdie – Oil Painting & Mixed Media: Sam Kuchwara; music by Lisa and the Flynnstones.
10. The Electric City Tattoo Gallery – Dizzy with a Dame: Lyndsey Hughes.
11. Exhale Hookah Lounge & Kabob Grill – Belly Dancing: Mallory.
12. Forage Space – Studio 27.28 Days: Paintings by Kevin Margitich, Jonathan Slingluff, Leigh Slingluff.
13. The Library Express – Nature’s Expedition – Celebrating Autism Awareness month: Jenna Burrell. Jenna Burrell of Vandling, Pa has been a photographer since she was eight years old. At the age of 10, she was diagnosed with mild Asperger’s Syndrome and photographing images of nature proved to be wonderful therapy and a way to express her art.
14. Loyalty Barber Shop & Shave Parlor of Scranton – Various works by Revival Letterpress / Revival Dry Goods; music by Embrea and Old Charades.
15. Marquis Art and Frame – Venturing Trespasser: Drawings of Nature with an eerie and intriguing atmosphere by Sara Cortazar.
16. Mulberry 426 – Children at Play: Timmy Walsh Camera For A Cure; music by Aiden Jordan. Children at Play (to benefit the Children’s Advocacy Center).
17. NOTE Fragrances – Vintage kitchenwear & accessories by Bachestinks: Rachael Arnone.
18. Northern Light Espresso Bar – Original Artwork & Prints by Maria Grzybowski.
19. The Post Home and Body – Maps of Memories: Tig & Conneys.
20. Terra Preta – Organic Abstract Symmetry: Michael T. Lloyd.
21. The Hilton Scranton & Conference Center – Sticks and Stones: Oona De Sade.
22. Eden – a vegan cafe – Abstract and Color: Sara Grier.
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