First Friday (November 4) at the Emporium Center

It’s November and leaves are falling. However, it’s also comfortably warm, making the conditions for this week’s First Friday gallery crawl practically perfect in every way.

The Emporium Center, 100 S. Gay Street in Downtown Knoxville, has a number of exhibitions opening for First Friday this week. All continue through November 23.

In the Gallery: Abstract Works by Marty Elmer
In the Balcony:  Marta Goebel-Pietrasz: Here, There & Beyond: Marta’s Travel Journal
In the Display Case: The Variety and Beauty of Friends
On the North Wall:  Fiber Works by Eun-Sook Kim
In the Atrium:  Photography by Brian R. McDaniel

Music in the Gallery
5:30-7:30, Tanasi Winds
7:30-9:00, Swing Serenade

Dance (sidewalk in front of the Emporium)
6:45-7:30 PM, Circle Modern Dance, improvisations and excerpts from their upcoming performances at the Laurel Theatre, December 15-17

Exhibition hours are Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Closed Thursday and Friday, November 24-25, for the Thanksgiving holiday