First Friday is a FREE gallery crawl held on the first Friday of each month in the North Village Arts District. Come explore the unique venues and enjoy the live music, art, food and entertainment!
November Spot Light: Cafe Berlin hosts KCOU's Birthday Party (ft. Yeasayer, Ricky Eat Acid, & Kitty) for November First Friday!
WHEN: Friday November 4th, 6pm-9pm
WHERE: Cafe Berlin
Ricky Eat Acid is FREE w/ ticket to Yeasayer show at The Blue Note on Nov. 4 at 9pm, or $10 in advance
Live Music Lineup:
5pm Rose Music Hall: The Fried Crawdaddies
6-9pm Vinyl Renaissance: The Barroom Billies
6-9pm Artlandish/NAD Patio: Keith Fletcher and his one man gypsy caravan band (6-7pm), Dave Dearnley (7-8pm), Slightly Off (8-9pm)
6-9pm Cafe Berlin: Ricky Eat Acid & Kitty
6-9pm KOPN: Driving Wheel broadcasted live
First Friday, November 4th 6-9 pm
First Friday is a FREE night of gallery crawls and musical entertainment put on by our NVAD member businesses (listed below). This event happens every first Friday of each month in the North Village Arts District. Come explore the unique venues and enjoy the live music, art, food and entertainment!
ARTLANDISH GALLERY - Over 50 Artists works and live music inside and out! Burn circus will spin fire, and BoCoMo Bubble Man will entertain! Centro Latino will be serving vegan wraps and tamales to benefit the after school tutoring program. Live Music: Keith Fletcher and his one man gypsy caravan band (6-7), Dave Dearnley (7-8pm), Slightly Off (8-9pm)
CAFE BERLIN - Columbia's best breakfast, brunch, bar, fun, concert venue. A KCOU 88.1PM BIRTHDAY BASH!
Cafe Berlin & Rose Music Hall Present: RICKY EAT ACID w/ very special guest, Kitty! DOORS 7PM / SHOW 7:30 / $10 Cover FREE w/ KCOU 88.1's 43rd Birthday Party featuring Yeasayer ticket! TIX > > > http://bit.ly/2clHvFC
C.A.R.E ART GALLERY - Career Awareness Related Experience. ENTERTAINMENT TBD.
DANCEARTS OF COLUMBIA - Quality Instruction Since 1979 in Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Modern, Hip-Hop, Lyrical, and Musical Theater.
DOGMASTER DISTILLERY - Craft distillery with tasting room.
DOGWOOD ARTIST WORKSPACE - A studio for artists working in downtown Columbia, MO.
FRETBOARD - A family-owned coffee roasting business, first established in Brooklyn, NY in 2009. Live Music:
-- Keith Fletcher and his one man gypsy caravan band!
--7-8pm Dave Dearnley
--8-9 Slightly Off
KOPN 89.5 - KOPN is a non-commercial, listener-supported community radio station operated by the non-profit New Wave Corporation, broadcasting to central Missouri. Live performance gets bluesy with Driving Wheel broadcasted 8-9pm. Refreshments and good company provided from 6-9pm!
MIDWEST CONTEMPORARY BALLET - Founded in 2006, Missouri Contemporary Ballet is a non-profit professional dance company committed to producing live dance entertainment. Launching its eleventh season, Surge features six unique works by six different choreographers, presented by the University of Missouri Concert Series, the performances. This event will be at the Missouri Theatre on Friday, November 4th and Saturday, November 5th at 7:00 p.m.
MONARCH JEWELERY - Jewelry and artwork by Kenneth Greene.
NORTH VILLAGE RECORDING - Professional recording studio. Open 24 Hours Book your session: info@NorthVillageRecording.com
ORR STREET STUDIOS - Orr Street Studios is located at 106 Orr Street in Downtown Columbia, Missouri. Hours are Thursday-Sunday 10-5pm, First Fridays 6-9pm, and other times by appointment. However, if you happen to be in the neighborhood, feel free to stop by. The studios may be open at any time artists are working.
RANGE FREE - Allergen-free bakery and Café dedicated to serving Mid-Missouri’s special dietary needs. Free and open to the public, outdoor screening of the upcoming Citizen Jane Film Festival Under the Moon!
RESIDENT ARTS - Resident Arts is a nonprofit organization and gallery. Primary programs include the After-school Teen Artist Residency, the Emerging Artist Residency, the Professional Development Workshop Series, an Exhibition and Artist Talk Series, Free Career Coaching, and Co-operative Studio Access.
First Fridays Pop-up Holiday Market and First Annual Members Exhibit featuring the work of RA's community of local artists. Refreshments will be served.
ROSE MUSIC HALL - Presents: FIRST FRIDAY HAPPY HOUR ft. The Fried Crawdaddies for FREE- 5pm!
SAGER BRAUDIS GADDERY - Sager Braudis Gallery features emerging and mid-career artists, as well as mid-century masters. The Autumn Exhibit is on display October 4th-November 26th and features new, original works by Norleen Nosri, Bill Dawson Carving, Chris Dahlquist Studio, Julia Katz, and Joel Sager. Celebrate with the artists, with cold brews provided by N.H. Scheppers Distributing Company.
TALKING HORSE PRODUCTIONS - Productions focus on strong character- driven scripts rather than lavis sets and costumes. Tickets available for the 2016 season.
VINYL RENAISSANCE - More Than A Record Store! Columbia's complete music store offering new/used LPs, CDs AND audio equipment! Live Music: NVAD First Friday at Vinyl Renaissance ft. The Barroom Billiesm 6-9pm!
WALNUT STREET TAP + KITCHEN - Walnut Street Tap + Kitchen provides a great selection of local handcrafted entres and a rotating selection of local/national craft beers & wines. Offering $2 off on glasses of wine for First Friday.
WILDY'S WORLD - Wildys World is a newer business to the North Village Arts District that focuses on interactive collaboration for the community. Mural collaboration entitled 'CANVASations'. Wildy's will provide all of the materials for a community collaboration!
Donate or Become a Member The North Village Arts District is a nonprofit, as well as, an area of downtown Columbia, Missouri. Our district is home to over 150 artists working out of studios, film companies, dance studios, interior design companies, musicians and live performance spaces, galleries, a music school, art studios, nightclubs, a Theater, cafes, yoga studio, a distillery, and a farmers and artisans market.
Our First Fridays art walk engages the public in an eclectic evening of music, arts, and activities centered around the artists and business that have made the arts district their home.
Support of the North Village Arts District is support of our city's vibrant cultural sector. The arts stimulate economic development, increase livability, and encourage tourism. Consider a gift in any amount to help sustain our efforts to keep Columbia's arts scene at the center of downtown life.