First Friday December 2, 2011

3rd Street Gallery, 5 – 9 pm: Reception for Journey. Through December 30. 58 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

1816 Frankford Avenue, 5 – 8 pm: Opening reception featuring works by InLiquid members Rebecca Jacoby and Rob Solomon. Through end of January. 1816 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia.

Asian Arts Initiative, 6 – 8 pm: Opening reception for Witness: Artists reflect on 30 years of the AIDS epidemic, featuring work by InLiquid member Marta Sanchez. 1219 Vine Street, Philadelphia.

AxD Gallery, 6 – 9 pm: Opening reception for StripWorks. 265 S. Tenth Street, Philadelphia.

Brave New Worlds: First Friday show. 45 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

The Clay Studio, 5 – 9 pm: Reception for Gifted: The Clay Studio’s Annual Holiday Exhibition. Through December 31. 137-139 North 2nd Street, Philadelphia.

The Cosmopolitan Club of Philadelphia, 5 – 7 pm: Reception for an exhibition of small drawings by Barbara Schaff. Through January 12. 1616 Latimer Street, Philadelphia.

Dalet Gallery, 5 – 9 pm: Opening reception for Color on the Edge, new works by InLiquid member Dolores Poacelli. Through January 14. 141 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Drink Philly Office & Gallery, 5 – 9 pm: First Friday show. 239 Chestnut Street, Second Floor Unit B, Philadelphia.

Gravy Studio, 6:30 – 9:30 pm: Opening reception for In a Dream. Through December 31. 2212 Sepviva Street, Philadelphia.

Highwire Gallery, 5 – 9 pm: Opening reception for Art for the Urban Collector. 2040 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia.

Jules Goldman Books and Antiques: Exhibition of works by Scot Borofsky and Brian Gormley. Through the end of December. 29 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

LGTripp Gallery, 6 – 8:30 pm: Focus, 4th Annual Abstract Photography Exhibition, featuring work by Nik S. Clements, Alyssha Eve Csuk, Chip Forelli, Mallary Johnson, Jenny Lynn, Paul Rider, and Rachel Zimmerman. Through January 7. 47 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Light Room Gallery, 5 – 9 pm: Closing reception for Two Cultures. 2024 Wallace Street, Philadelphia.


Little Bar
, 8 pm – 1 am: First Friday Art Show. Cost: $6. 736 S. Eighth Street, Philadelphia.

little berlin, 6 – 10 pm: Closing reception for The Western Lands. 2430 Coral Street, Philadelphia.

Locks Gallery, 5:30 – 7:30 pm: Artist’s reception for Watercolors. Through December 23. 600 Washington Square South, Philadelphia.

Medford Arts Center: Opening reception for works by InLiquid member Dolores Poacelli. Through January 31, 2012. 18 N. Main Street, Medford, NJ.

Michelle and Henry, 6 – 9 pm: InLiquid member Robert Solomon will be showing a few assemblage works. 1816 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia.

Outsider Folk Art Gallery, 5:30 – 7:30 pm: Opening reception for Raw Edges. 201 Washington Street, Reading, PA.

PAFA, 5:30 – 8:30 pm: Annual Holiday Student Print Sale. 118 – 128 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Painted Bride Art Center, 5-7 pm: Reception for solo show of artist Lynette Shelley, presented by InLiquid. Through January 6, 2012. Cafe Gallery, 230 Vine Street, Philadelphia.

Philadelphia Museum of Art, 5 – 8:45 pm: Art After 5! Just Breathe: Yoga Night. 26th Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Project Home, 5 – 7 pm: Opening reception for less.home.less. Through December 20. 1515 Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia.

Race Street Cafe: Selections from Prelude Gallery. Through December 31. 208 Race Street, Philadelphia.

Rodger LaPelle Galleries, 6 – 10 pm: Textures of Nature and Otherwise Unseen. Throu gh January 29. 122 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Sanctuary Wholistic Arts, 9 pm: Grand Opening After Party. Cost: $10. 319 N. 11th Street, Philadelphia.

Space 1026, 7 – 10 pm: Preview Night for Art Auction 2011. 1026 Arch Street, Second Floor, Philadelphia.

University City Arts League, 6 – 9 pm: Opening of Annual Holiday Craft Show and Sale. Through December 15. 4226 Spruce Street, Philadelphia.

Wexler Gallery, 5 – 8 pm: Opening reception for The Abstract Forms of Pablo Picasso & Wendell Castle and Hideaki Miyamura. Through February 25 and January 28, respectively. 201 N. 3rd Street, Philadelphia.