Barge Hall

The First Friday Art Walk runs from 5-7 p.m. in downtown Ellensburg and at the Sarah Spurgeon Gallery at Central Washington University. Here’s a look at what’s showing:

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Catalyst Co-Working, new, 312 N. Pearl St.: Featuring the art of Jason Clifton.

Cornerstone Pie, 307 E. Fifth Ave.: Theo Denner’s Rock and Roll prints thru the ages.

Ellensburg Public Library, new, 209 N. Ruby St.: Showing children’s art from Gallery One.

Edward Jones, 415 N. Pearl St.: Showing art by Margo Cordner.

Gallery One Visual Arts Center, new, 408 N. Pearl St.: Creature Encounters: Michael Alm, Kristen Michael, Tom Saffle wood, water media, steel. Organic: Tabitha Klucking, fiber arts. Paint Ellensburg Auction Preview.

Gård Vintners, new, 311 N. Pearl St.: Art by Sam Albright and live music with Blue Cafe.

Grapes and Crepes, 115, E. Fourth Ave.: Displaying local art.

Kittitas County Historical Museum, new, 114 E. Third Ave.: Our exhibit is a special look at the history of Barge Hall as it celebrates its 125th anniversary in September. The exhibit includes the history of CWU overall, the life of Benjamin F. Barge, and a few interesting tales.

Monster Melts and Craven’s Coffee, new, 107 W. Third Ave.: Featuring work by local artists.

Restorations in the Burg, new, 312 N. Pine St.: Drop by and visit with the owners and some of creative contributors at Restorations in the Burg.

The Mule, 119 E. Fourth Ave.: Featuring artist Ashley Clayton/linocut prints “Wide-Eyed.”

Western Culture and Art Center, new, 416 N. Pearl St.: Clymer Museum: The August First Friday exhibit is “Early Cinema Cowboys,” including lobby cards, posters and ephemera from the Golden age of Westerns. Check the website or Facebook pages for information on our Thursday Western Film nights.

Ellensburg Rodeo Hall of Fame: Featuring the “Volunteers of the Ellensburg Rodeo” display in the McGiffin room.

Goodey Gallery / Western Art Association: Western Art Associations’ Goodey Gallery is showing artwork of our signature members.

420 gallery, new, 420 N. Pearl St.: The second annual Femme Locale exhibit showcases work by more than 30 Kittitas County women, including painting, sculpture, mixed media and textile art.

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