Art Walk First Thursday

Art Walk First Thursday


  • February 6, 2020 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm
  • CSPS Hall
  • FREE ADMISSION

Spend an evening wandering the district to see local art exhibits, meet the artists & fellow art lovers. Art Walk First Thursdays is a free ongoing monthly art event created to showcase new gallery exhibits in the district by local, regional and national artists-- in various visual arts and mediums. This monthly event will take place from 5:30pm - 7:30pm every first Thursday in galleries located just blocks away from each other, within the district of Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Art enthusiasts attending this event may walk to each gallery to see new art exhibits in these spaces. In additional to gallery openings, participating galleries may also have artist’s lectures and demos and receptions for the artists. This event strives to expose participants to various mediums of art as well as the artists who created them. These events are open to the public and free of charge. For art collectors, participating galleries will also have items available for sale. In addition, information will be made available for upcoming shows, musical events and classes/workshops in the NewBo area.

Included in the February 6th Art Walk:

CSPS Hall Gallery Spaces: 
1103 3rd St SE Cedar Rapids, IA
Danielle Fisher (Paintings and Sculpture)
Nicole Davis (Paintings)
Sonnie Wooden (Video)

The iowa Ceramics Center and Glass Studio
329 10th Ave SE Cedar Rapids, IA
closing reception for: Donté Hayes: ”Arrival ”
Donté is in his last year of Grad School at U of I. He has already made a splash in the Art World with a mention in the NY Times and was a winner of a major art prize last month in South Carolina.
Donté's exhibition entitled "Arrival" show will remain in the Chadima Gallery through February 11th.

Cherry Building Common Space
329 10th Ave SE The Cherry Building
Andy Hersey Gallery Exhibit
Portraits with pastels, charcoal, mixed media

John Schwartzkopf Gallery Open
329 10th Ave SE Suite 135 The Cherry Building
Exhibiting for the past twenty years, his work has been featured in numerous national and international publications, including Fine Woodworking Design (books 4 and 6), Interior Design Magazine, and Woodwork Magazine.