Here’s what you can see during the Third Friday Durham Art Walk this week

See work by Bernice Koff at the Durham Arts Council.Courtesy of Durham Arts Council

Art exhibits and events during the Third Friday Art Walk on April 20 in Durham. If there is something that we missed, please send us a tweet.

Third Friday at the Durham Arts Council

Spring is in the air, and art is on the walls! April Third Friday will be in full bloom at the Durham Arts Council on Friday, April 20, starting at 6 p.m. Make Durham Arts Council the first stop on your monthly art walk — marvel at new exhibits; take in some live music; sample refreshments; and try your hand at a family friendly craft. Exhibits include “Us & Them,” paintings by William Paul Thomas; “The Marriage of Paint and Collage,” mixed media work by Bernice Koff; “Three Quilts,” fiber art by Martha Clippinger; and the Durham Art Guild’s 2018 Members’ Showcase. Learn more at the event page.

The Marriage of Paint and Collage, mixed media work by Bernice Koff
Durham Arts Council, Semans Gallery, 120 Morris St.
Third Friday reception: 6 p.m.; on view through May 10

Us & Them, paintings by William Paul Thomas
Durham Arts Council, Allenton Gallery, 120 Morris St.
Third Friday reception: 6 p.m.; on view through May 10

Three Quilts, fiber art by Martha Clippinger
Durham Arts Council, Ella Fountain Pratt Legacy Gallery, 120 Morris St.
Third Friday reception: 6 p.m.; on view through Aug. 12

Building Bridges through Good Faith
Museum of Durham History, 500 W. Main St
Third Friday reception: 6 to 8 p.m., on view through August

Related: Building Bridges through Good Faith chronicles Durham’s Muslim population

Changing Worlds: Earth Month Exhibit
Pleiades, 109 E. Chapel Hill St.
Third Friday reception: 6 to 9 p.m., on view through April 29

Pleiades artists respond to the beauty of the environment and our need to protect it. In the solo gallery, Walsh/Blazing bring a multi-media installation that invites viewers to honor our past and confront what’s at stake if we fail to embrace strategies for sustainability. Also featured is New Orleans environmental artist Ana Berta Hernandez and filmmaker Jaclyn Bowie. Presented by Carin Walsh and Jenny Blazing in association with Pleiades Arts and The Bull Meets the Bayou.

We See The Change: The Human Cost of a Warming Climate by James Robinson (photographs, video, installation)
Power Plant Gallery, 320 Blackwell St., American Tobacco Campus, Durham
Third Friday reception: 5 to 8 p.m., Artist’s talk will begin at 6:30 p.m., on view through April 28.

Third Friday Art Walk Durham
See photography and video by James Robinson during Third Friday. // Courtesy of Power Plant Gallery

 

As the impacts of climate change and hydropower dams take hold on the Mekong River, their combination has a human cost. From the glaciers to the lowlands. James Robinson, the most recent Power Plant Gallery professional development grant awardee, explores the human cost through his photographs, installations and stories of the people affected.

Scrappy Hour – Crafting With Maps
Scrap Exchange, 2050 Chapel Hill Road, Lakewood Shopping Center
Third Friday reception: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

After Golden Leaf, by Jeremy M. Lange, photography
SPECTRE Arts, 1004 Morning Glory Ave.
Third Friday reception: 6 to 9 p.m., on view through May 4

Will Grossman Memorial Photo Competition Exhibit
Through This Lens, 303 East Chapel Hill St.
Third Friday reception: 6 to 9 p.m., on view through May 12

Please join us to see this year’s submissions to the Will Grossman Memorial Photo Competition. Approximately 200 submissions, all on display at Through This Lens, will be available for viewing. Visitors may vote on their favorite image, and the photograph with the most votes at the end of the show in May will win the People’s Choice Award.

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