First Friday in Norwich

Norwich - posted Oct, 28 2013

NORWICH - Norwich First Friday will be held on Friday, Nov. 1, from 6 to 9 p.m. Galleries are free; music at Donald Oat is $20 per ticket. Participating venues include the Norwich Arts Center at 60 Broadway; Reliance House Gallery at 40 Broadway; the Wauregan Gallery at 200 Main St.; Donald Oat Theater at 62 Broadway; and Otis Library at 261 Main St. The Norwich Arts Center will be featuring artists from the Red Fork Empire in "Steampunk.” Fashion, designs, and artwork combining romance and technology influenced by modern conveniences, futurism and time travel. The Reliance House Gallery will feature Rebekah Church, Art Inspired By Nature. Church uses a variety of medias including acrylics, pastels, oils, ink, and pen to capture the beauty of animals and nature. Otis Library will present, Arrested Development: Norwich Brownfields. Photographed by Therese Carlos. Panel discussion at 7 p.m. Norwich contains approximately 130 confirmed or probable brownfields. This exhibit presents compelling photographs of about 10 sites scattered throughout the city. Both aesthetic experience and exploration of an important political issue, this exhibit is designed to initiate an informed community conversation. The panel discussion during the reception will feature Marge Blizard; Therese Carlos, photographer; Nathan Howard, exhibit research associate; Elanah Sherman, exhibit organizer; and neighborhood representatives. Wauregan Gallery will be featuring Jamie Lazarony in Key Signatures. Donald Oat Theater, at 8 p.m., will feature Atwater-Donnelly, an American and Celtic folk music and dance duo perform. Cost is $20. For more information regarding Norwich First Fridays, visit

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