First Friday is a FREE self-guided tour of artists’ studios and creative businesses in the NoBo Art District. Meet painters, sculptors, photographers, designers and other artists along your stroll through the area. Featuring live music, demos and special activities in many locations. Located along Broadway from Pine Street to Highway 36. Follow our bright colored flags to find surprises around every corner. First Friday runs from 6:00 to 9:00 pm on the first Friday of the month. Please note that many locations have other opening and closing times, look at map or list to check exact times.
NoBo Information Tent
Got questions? Stop by the NoBo Information Tent in front of Stradalli Sport, 4455 Broadway. Pick up a map of the studios open for First Friday.
NoBo First Friday Venues
November 2nd, 2018
Studio 102A: Margie & Emily & Friends, Acrylic & Mixed Media; 4949 North Broadway #102A
Flatirons Political Art: “RISE, The Art of Gregg Deal”, #112
Boulder Photo Darkroom: Black & White and Color Photography; 4949 Broadway Studio #290
Tetris Art Collective: Ceramics and Painting, #21
Settembre Cellars Winery & Tasting Room: Cary Wolfson, Digitally Manipulated Photography, #16
Bookcliff Vineyards: Tom Cannon, Ceramic & Bronze Vessels, #17
Sally A Eckert Fine Art and Murals: Egg Tempera, Oil, Acrylic + “ONE” in Memory of Jared Gutierrez, #7
Marisol Imports: Warehouse Closing Sale, everything Must Go!; 4715 Broadway #4B
NoBo Info Tent at Ace Self Storage, 4635 Broadway
Ace Self Storage: James Bornheimer, Artisan Hand-turned Pens + Madeline Norton, Abstract Acrylic Paintings
Crist Mortuary: “Form-Color-Line,” An Exhibit of Abstract Paintings by 6 NoBo Artists
Rocky Ridge Music Academy: Danielle Lanslots, Abstract & Realistic Paintings, 6 – 8 pm; 3970 Broadway #201E
Logan’s Espresso Cafe: Women’s Art Works; 3980 Broadway, #101
1st United Methodist Church: Barbara Olson, “The Dress Series”, Personal narratives, Fiber Art; 1421 Spruce St.
The Art Asylum at Pine Street Church: Art of Bill Rohs, “Reading Between Lines” – Portraits of Sub-Sahara people & stories, 6-8pm
Rembrandt Yard Art Gallery: Aboriginal, Contemporary, Abstract, Still Life – Local and International Artists; 1301 Spruce St.
Pop! Gallery by Open Studios: 40 Artists, Numerous Mediums; 1630 Pearl St
Downtown Boulder – 14 Businesses Open to Celebrate Local Artists; 8th to 17th Streets along & just off Pearl