Participating Venues

The following list shows the over 100 participating artists, arts entrepreneurs and businesses that contribute to the arts experience in greater downtown Phoenix. We call them: Articipants!

Most of these venues are open on First Fridays, as well as Third Fridays. View the First Friday maps here. (Note: many artist studios are NOT open on First Fridays. The list included on the map is for reference only.)


Alwun HouseAlwun House
1204 E. Roosevelt, 602-253-7887
DESCRIPTION: Downtown’s first gallery and progressive artspace. Nurturing four decades of creative collaborative projects. Transformative arts venue, historic cultural landmark, with inviting garden oasis and stages.
THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION: The nation’s longest running “Exotic Art Show” turns 31, features 43 professional and emerging visual artists through Mar 20.  Third Friday’s Erotic Poetry & Music Festivus, the largest one-night gathering of poets, musical acts, performance artists, comics and indescribable on two stages. Take in the laughter, tears, and erotic fantasies from  the crème de la crème anthology of Valley Talent as selected by “Ernasty” Moncada, Kevin Patterson, Pete Petrisko, Wisdom Soul, and Cleopache. Only a once-a-year experience. Special addition this year, excerpt from the play Sex Stories, by NYC Storyteller Polly Frost and Ray Sawhill, with local actors, Michael Williams andAria Song.


1221 N Central Ave, 602-262-4636
DESCRIPTION: Gallery on First Floor of Burton Barr Central Library. Free Parking.

{9} The Gallery
1229 Grand Ave 602-258-0959
DESCRIPTION: Fine Contemporary Art Gallery, Gifts and Cafe


26 Blocks
50 E. Adams Street
DESCRIPTION: 26 Downtown Phoenix City Blocks + 26 Photographers + 26 Writers + 26 Sculptures + 26 Illustrations = An art exhibit unlike any other!

ALAC: AZ Latino Arts & Cultural Center~Galeria 147ALAC
147 E. Adams St., 602-254-9817
DESCRIPTION: ALAC: The Arizona Latino Arts &  Cultural Center~Galeria 147,  illuminates, celebrates, and promotes Latinos in Arizona through education, advocacy, and collaboration. In the “Heart of Downtown Phoenix” ALAC creates a Legacy for our Community today and for Generations…to come.

Art Awakenings
1014 N. 2nd Street, 602-340-1675
DESCRIPTION: To promote empowerment and recovery through the power of creative expression with adults and youth who face behavioral health challenges.

ASU Art Museum International Artist Residency at Combine Studios
821 N. 3rd Street, 480-965-2875
DESCRIPTION: The ASU Art Museum International Artist Residency Program brings artists from around the world to develop work with ASU and diverse communities within Arizona.

Bokeh Gallery
214 E Roosevelt St – Entrance through the east alley, 602-253-0669
DESCRIPTION: This intimate space at the monOrchid features photographic and new media work by local, national, and international artists.
THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION: Shade Projects is proud to present the “I Have a Name Project: Art and Advocacy,” a solo exhibition by Jon Linton, featuring powerful imagery and a poignant selection of photography chronicling the homeless showcased in Bokeh Gallery at the monOrchid. Read full press release here: Please join us at the monOrchid for the opening reception of “The I Have a Dream Project” during February First Friday from 6 – 10PM. For a private viewing please contact our  Curator, Nicole Royse by email: or phone: (602) 810-3449. For more information about our galleries, exhibitions or artists, please visit our website:


Burton Barr Central LibraryBurton Barr Library
1221 N Central Ave, 602-262-4636

THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION: Please join us in the library’s @Central Gallery for the opening reception of Systems and Sensations. Experience Contemporary Art by Sarah Kriehn and Tristyn Bustamante. Sarah’s original Monoprints indicate experiences or moments in time. Tristyn’s ceramic sculptures suggest parts of individual systems or something passing through or transmitting. Musical performances by Reid Riddiough and Max Beckman representing The Nash. The reception is sponsored by Friends of the Phoenix Public Library.


417 E. Roosevelt St, 602-819-1480
DESCRIPTION: Capture12 is a new photography venue situated on Roosevelt Row. This new art space not only a gallery dedicated to showcase talented photographers from the Valley but also holds regular photography workshops.
THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION: Curated by Rembrnadt Quiballo, Matters of Light features a trio of artists engaged with the current state of the photographic medium. The methods and technology of how photographs are created, preserved and presented have experienced a vast upheaval and continue to be in flux. While some might view this uncertainty to be daunting, Jim Bochenek, Robby Brown and Gene LaTour embrace this challenge and have created work that effectively complicates this ongoing transformation. This exhibition will be on display from February 6th through 27th. The Artist Reception will be held on First Friday, February 6th from 6-10pm with artists in attendance. If you are unable to attend FirstFriday, be sure to join us for Third Friday, February 20th from 6-9pm. Capture12 is located in the heart of Roosevelt Row. For more information about these artists or to get involved with the space visit our website at or contact owner Stephen Gittins at (602)-819-1480.

CityScape Phoenix
1 E Washington St., 602-772-3900
DESCRIPTION: Located in the heart of downtown, CityScape Phoenix is a place where people come together for dining, nightlife, shopping, entertainment, business, community events and celebrations of all kinds. This authentic urban space connects people and generates energy, creativity and excitement all day, every day in one central location. It all starts here.

Coe House Gallery
365 N. 4th Ave, 602-405-4685
DESCRIPTION: Coe House Gallery is located in the historic Coe House in Downtown Phoenix. This unique setting provides an intimate venue for collectors to experience new work. Coe House is the perfect showcase for emerging artists, as well as established artists who are trying a new direction with their work. Coe House Gallery provides collectors an opportunity to see new work that hasn’t been seen elsewhere before.

Drive-Thru Gallery & Studio
918 N 6th Street, 510-685-8113
DESCRIPTION: The Drive-Thru Gallery & Studio in the Arts districts of downtown Phoenix, provides a comfortable & professional space for photographers to show and work.

eye lounge – a contemporary art spaceEye Lounge
419 E. Roosevelt St, 602-430-1490
DESCRIPTION: Eye Lounge artist collective is a contemporary art space committed to fostering the creative careers of emerging and established local visual artists.
THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION: In the East Gallery, eye lounge is pleased to present Avant-Garde, a new group exhibition of works by our artists opening on Third Friday 2/20 in the East Gallery. We will be hosting an artists reception that evening and will also be welcoming guests on First Friday 3/6 and during Art Detour 27 on 3/7 & 3/8. We welcome any inquiries; please contact Meanwhile, in the Project Room, we present “Fold & Cut,” work by Rossitza Todorova. Working with simple repeated geometry, Todorova has been exploring ideas of time and space. Paper is linear, two-dimensional, but through folding, creasing and cutting, Todorova has given this simple meium a three-dimensional form. She thinks of these sculputal collapsible books as representing space over time. In this exhibit, Todorova uses images of diamonds, cup paper books, and cast shadows to create a metaphor of the passage of time.


First Studio GalleryFirst Studios
631 N. 1st Ave., 602-361-7991
DESCRIPTION: Center for creative endeavor since 1949
THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION: strata + detritis: artwork by Mark Lammie and Jessica Godisak. Opening Reception: Friday, February 6th, 6 – 10 pm. For more information, contact Curator, Kristine Kollasch, creative1@artandenvironments.com602-361-7991



Five15 GalleryFive15
1515 E. Roosevelt, 602-750-3845
DESCRIPTION: Five15 Arts is a collective, artist-run, contemporary art space committed to providing support and an exhibition venue for serious, professionally minded Arizona artists.
THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION: “Play,” Paintings and prints by Marlys Kubicek and Wendy Willis. Opening First FridayFebruary 6 6pm-10pm, with a Third Friday Artist Reception,  February 20 6pm-10pm. Gallery hours: First and Third Fridays 6pm to 10 pm,         Saturdays 1pm to 5pm through February 28, 2015, and by appointment: or


Gallery Marsiglia-Art in JewelryGallery Marsiglia
1018 NW Grand Avenue, 602-573-3933
DESCRIPTION: Showcasing UNIQUE jewelry designs in Sterling Silver & copper w/ cabachons, faceted gems, Art Glass & eclectic ensembles with fashion hats & hair accessories.  Offering jewelry classes.
THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION: It’s time for another “On the Dish!” this Third Friday, February 20, 2015 from 6:30 – 8PM, in conjunction with 3rd Friday Art Walk on Grand Avenue. Please join me for this networking potluck and beverage tasting. Bring an appetizer and share the grape at this Happy Hour. Keep it “lite.” ($7 total, including tax, each or combined). This month, we’re revving up for Art Detour 27, which is Saturday, March 8, and Sunday, March 9, from 11am to 5pm. That Saturday, Un Corazon Flemenco will entertain thru the day. Both days, Gallery Marsiglia will host guest artists outside in front of the gallery. Gallery Guests include: lapidary demostrations with Bob Wood, Global Frequency Technology, Pheonix Rising Now: Natural Crystals, and Jessica Noto Photography/Jewelry. And remember, Easter, Mother’s Day, and Graduation are coming up soon! Jewelry is the perfect girt for all upcoming events! You will have plenty of opportunity to shop in the gallery.

Grant St. StudiosCombine Studios
605 E Grant St., 262-305-7385
DESCRIPTION: ASU MFA Student Studios and Step Gallery
THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION: Madison Creech is inspired by bird wings and flight, and amazed by their aptitude for migration and nest building. However, an attempt at an authentic human connection is hardly possible. The hunter yearns to possess the bird, so he kills and mounts it. The scientist desires understanding, so he domesticates the bird to gain access into its world. The bird watcher longs to count the fledglings in a nest, but his presence causes the birds to retreat and seek alternative shelter. Creech’s work uses tools, symbols and narratives to illustrate the fragmented and confusing relationship between bird and human.

Halt Gallery
408 E Roosevelt Street
DESCRIPTION: The Halt Gallery Shipping Container provides site-specific art exhibitions with unexpected experiences for both artist and viewer.

Hot Box Gallery
408 E. Roosevelt, 602-772-0083
DESCRIPTION: The Hot Box Gallery is a refurbished shipping container intended to bring vibrancy to empty spaces and provide artists the opportunity to display their work.

429 W Jackson St., 602-257-8929
DESCRIPTION: A historic building transformed into one of the most happening cultural centers in Phoenix. Focusing on avant-garde art with a social twist

Irish Cultural Center
1106 North Central Avenue, 602-258-0109
DESCRIPTION: A little bit of Ireland in the Valley of the Sun.  Classes in Music, Dance & Language, McClelland Library, Celtic Cultural Events, Ceili Dances, Private Rentals.

Lotus Contemporary ArtLotus Contemporary Art
511 E. Roosevelt, 602-525-0643
THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION: ​Lotus Contemporary Art open February 20 for Third Friday Artwalk.  Artist reception 6-10pm.  Please support the arts and artists in Phoenix. ​



Modified ArtsModified Arts
407 E. Roosevelt St. 480-326-6551
DESCRIPTION: Modified Arts is a contemporary art gallery dedicated to showcasing local, regional, national, and international artists in all media.
THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION: “Fugue in Dark and Light” – Photography by Luis Salazar. Presented as part of PhotoTapas, a Valleywide celebration of photography. Over several decades, Luis Salazar’ has built a career on forms—architectural and photographic. Taking on organic, globally-conscious forms and materials in his architecture, Salazar utilizes the human form as his primary muse in his photographic work. This series takes this concept and transfers it to a series of dance movements expressing the relationship between darkness and light. Combining the dance movements with the reflection of light on the dancers gowns on a dark background gives a fugue in dark and light during a performance. The idea was formulated four years ago while watching various ballets and modern dance performances.

Oasis on Grand
1501 NW Grand Avenue, 602-358-8185
DESCRIPTION: An eclectic artist live/work community in the heart of the Grand Avenue Arts District. Providing historic commercial/residential downtown living at an affordable price.

Olney Gallery at Trinity CathedralOlney Gallery
100 W. Roosevelt St (NW corner Central & Roosevelt), 623-826-9912
DESCRIPTION: The Olney Gallery is a beautiful art space that is adjacent to Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, which includes a labyrinth and sculpture garden.
THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION: Cesar Chavez Community School Students working with artists; Carlos Rivas, Edgar Fernandez , Marissa Vidrio, and Monica Gisel–Crespo create an exhibit of work by artists and students.  The grade school children learned about the artistic skills of each artist including the business of being a professional artist including displaying and selling your work at an art gallery. Please come see what they learned at their upcoming First Friday show. Proceeds raised from sale of student art will be used by students of Cesar Chavez Community School for a variety of projects, including a marine science field trip to California. This exhibit will be on display until February 26th. 

Phoenix Pride LGBT Center 
801 N. 2nd Avenue, 602-712-0111
DESCRIPTION: Phoenix Pride celebrates and promotes the history, diversity and future prosperity of the metropolitan Phoenix LGBTQ community.

Practical Art
5070 N Central Ave, 602-264-1414
DESCRIPTION:  Practical Art is a friendly retail and gallery space featuring 100% locally-made wares in wood, fiber, ceramic, glass, metal, and up-cycled materials. All of our work is produced by Arizona artisans—we have over 100 of them producing work for you.  We carry art that is useful in some way—everything from kitchen tools to home and office items, soap, clothing, furniture, jewelry, and more.

R. Pela Contemporary ArtRPela
335 W. McDowell Rd., 602-320-8445
DESCRIPTION: Contemporary art by well-known and emerging local artists.
THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION: R. Pela Contemporary Art continues its third season with Forever Yours: New Work by Christy Puetz and Paul Wilson. The exhibit celebrates romantic Valentine’s Day notions in a new way with paintings and sculptures inspired by social diseases. Puetz’s new work transforms sexually transmittable disease into tactile, patterned sculptural forms. Some pieces are covered with a combination of cloth and stitched glass seed beads; others have a smooth milky camouflage of false skin. Wilson, best known for his pop culture depictions of suspected assassin Lee Harvey Oswald, has created a new series of paintings based on sex-disease propaganda of the 1940s and 1950s. His  artwork includes portraits of women surrounded by “germs” suggesting illness, and sculptures depicting VD as colorful commercial products.

The exhibit will include an artist reception on Third Friday, February 20 at 6:00. The show will remain on exhibit through February 28 and is otherwise open by appointment only, by calling 602-320-8445.


The Hive
2222 N. 16th Street, 602-254-1641
DESCRIPTION: The Mid Century Modern Hive, in the middle of Coronado neighborhood has hosted over 40 unique shows specializing in street and local art since 2010.
THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION: “Jeh:Gos /The Storm(s),” work by Dwayne Manuel and Thomas Breeze Marcus. The title of the show, Jeh:Gos, is an O’odham word that translates to Storm, and is more specifically used as a direct reference to the Monsoons or Dust storms that occur during the summer months in the valley. In the show Jeh:Gos, Manuel and Marcus present work inspired by those dust storms, rain, the relationship and balance with the land, O’odham culture, and its effects on the modern cities.


The Shade Gallery at the monOrchidShade Gallery
214 E Roosevelt St, 602-253-0669
DESCRIPTION: Featuring 14,000 square feet of creative collaborative space, photo/video studios, a coffee shop, and two galleries the monOrchid is a treasure in the revitalization efforts of downtown Phoenix.
THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION: Shade Projects is excited to present “Ol’ Blue Eyes is Back”, the solo exhibition of Fred Tieken and his return to Shade Gallery at the monOrchid. Creating glorious, colorful pieces that are often peppered with shrewd observations, wry social commentary and smart symbolism. This exhibition will showcase Tieken’s latest artwork that highlights his interest in mixed media and reflects upon his busy year in 2014.  Please join us for the Opening Reception that will be held on First Friday, February 6th 6-10pmfeaturing DJ Cre and food truck on site! The Artist Reception will be held Third Friday, February 20th from 6-10pm music by DJ Cre with light appetizers and refreshments served!“Ol’ Blue Eyes is Back” will be on display in Shade Gallery at the monOrchid from February 6th until February 28th, 2014.

The Trunk Space
1506 NW Grand Ave, 602-256-6006
DESCRIPTION: The Trunk Space is full of music, experimental theater, performance, storytelling, music, puppets, weird stuff, circus side show acts, fine art, handmade gifts, & espresso drinks, as well as being a meeting place for artists, curious people and weary travelers. Also come use our classic photobooth!

906 N. 6th St
DESCRIPTION: Our Roosevelt Row bungalow serves as an office plus art gallery and event space with new shows being curated monthly with Third Friday opening receptions.
THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION: Palette of the Heart – A Solo Exhibition with Artist Jim Covarrubias. ‘Palette of the Heart’ pays homage to Miguel and Rosa Covarrubius (artist Jim Covarrubias’ Great Uncle & Aunt on his Father’s side) as well as Frida Kahlo who was a lifelong friend to the couple. Many of the works are new, and also include several other paintings from Jim’s travels. Jim will be live painting at our hosted opening reception. The exhibit will run through April 10 with First Friday and Art Detour exhibit hours. Jim’s full bio can be read at:

Walter Art Gallery
6425 E Thomas Rd, 602-758-0750

Willo North Gallery
2811 N. 7th Avenue, 602-448-9041
DESCRIPTION: We are a small contemporary gallery located in central Phoenix that enjoys sharing the work of local artists.  Willo North Gallery is open on first and third Fridays from 6-9 pm.



Art Spaces



401 West Clarendon Avenue, 602-513-2922
DESCRIPTION: ARTELPHX transforms unexpected spaces into site-specific art installations featuring multi-media artwork, video, performance and dance.
THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION: Showcasing art beyond galleries and museums, ARTELPHX transforms unexpected spaces into site-specific art. Each session brings 20+ artists together to present a 3 day show. The 4th session of ARTELPHX takes place May 14,15,16 2015. Deadline for proposals April 20, 2015. Visit for more information and entry forms.

Cherry Bombin Wear
1022 NW Grand Avenue
DESCRIPTION: Studio production & design space : recycling rubber inner tubes as a leather alternative. Ride a bike & live vegetarian; be Green Eco-conscious. Re-create old into new!

The Clarendon Hotel & Spa
401 W. Clarendon Avenue, 602-252-7363
DESCRIPTION: The Clarendon presents the work of local artists, hosts ARTELPHX annually and features The Bolles Gallery: A Historical Reflection Space.
THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION: Currently on view in the gallery: Bill Dambrova’s Ichi No Tachi

Frontal Lobe Community Space and GalleryFrontal Lobe
1301 Grand Avenue, Suite 2B, 602-391-4016
DESCRIPTION: Located in the historic 1946 Bragg’s Pie Factory building, this temporary venue hosts exhibits and events that focus on art, community, and history.
THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION:“BEARIAL GROUND”, WORKS BY TARA LOGSDON: Frontal Lobe Community Space and Gallery, 1301 Grand, with the opening continues through Third Friday, February 20th from 7-11pm (or by appointment).  Tara Logsdon’s “DIE Bearmy” exhibition invites the viewer to “kill” outdated practices and tune into higher ideals.  The exhibit strives, through the symbolism of burial and conciousness expanding, to help the viewer identify with the energy consistent in all living things, find a commonality through spirit, and render prejudice irrelevant. 


316 W. McDowell, 602-349-3049
DESCRIPTION: With 14 independent art spaces all under the same roof this is a stop you won’t want to miss!

Hazel & Violet
1301 NW Grand Ave 6
DESCRIPTION: A working letterpress studio and paper-oriented art space in downtown Phoenix. Presses up an d running – drop by and make a coaster! Open on First and Third Fridays 6-9.




Heard Museum
2301 N. Central Ave, 602-252-8840
DESCRIPTION: Dedicated to the sensitive, accurate portrayal of Native arts and cultures, since 1929 the Heard successfully combines stories of American Indian people with the beauty of art.

Hotel Palomar Phoenix | CityScape
Two E. Jefferson Street, 602-253-6633
DESCRIPTION: To enhance Hotel Palomar Phoenix’s “Live Like A Local” program and the hotel’s theme of “Art in Motion”, Hotel Palomar Phoenix feature works of art from local as well as international artist’ s on a rotating basis.

Kids In Focus
1221 North Central Avenue, 602-881-8816
DESCRIPTION: Traveling exhibit of powerful images taken by local at-risk youth through the non-profit Kids In Focus. Kids were mentored by professional photographers during the 10-week project.

Lab Coworking Space
818 N. Central Avenue, 602-321-0920
DESCRIPTION: A collaborative coworking space for creators of all kinds. Walking distance from great art, coffee shops & restaurants.

MADE art boutique
922 N. Fifth St @ Roosevelt, 602-256-5233
DESCRIPTION: MADE art boutique specializes in handmade functional items by artists including ceramics, jewelry, woodwork, and clothing.

Muse Gallery Boutique 
1028 NW Grand Avenue, #2 (Orange Bungalow) 602-730-5169
DESCRIPTION: Muse Gallery Boutique is the artistic collective and working studio of Hard Sparkle, Revamped Retro, and Scissored Vixen/Marshmallow Pi. Invited artists include Yardley December, Emily Costello, Jeff Klein, Kammie K., Maria Burns Kemp, Astrid Guri Olafsen, Kaotic Rebel Designs and Monique Sanderson-Mata.  Visiting artists include James Montoya and Adam Barbee.   Open EVERY First Friday starting at 7 pm.  We are open for regular hours, starting @8 pm Thursday -Saturday and special events.  Be sure to follow our page on Facebook for special sales and discounts!


Phoenix Art Museum
1625 N. Central Ave., 602-257-1222
DESCRIPTION: A vibrant destination for more than 50 years, Phoenix Art Museum presents world class art exhibitions, festivals, live performances, independent art films and educational programs that enlighten, entertain and stimulate.

Phoenix Center for the ArtsPCA-primary
1202 N 3rd Street, 602-254-3100
DESCRIPTION: Phoenix Center for the Arts provides opportunities to participate in the visual and performing arts through quality programming.



Revival Art Collective

335 W. McDowell Rd. #1, 602-254-1044
DESCRIPTION: Revival Art Collective is a cooperative enterprise focused on uniting artists and sharing art with the community.

Rocco Menaguale Fine Art
316 West McDowell Road, 888-885-1052

Shade West @ Renaissance Phoenix Downtown HotelShade West
50 E Adams, 602-253-0669
DESCRIPTION: A non profit gallery space enhancing and protecting the arts, while educating the public about art, design, sustainabilty and contemporary culture.
THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION: Shade Projects is proud to present the solo exhibition of local artist Eric Kasper to Shade West Gallery. Shade Projects is proud to represent this talented emerging artist and excited to showcase five recent oil paintings created between 2013 – 2014. Please take a moment to read the full press release: The artist  reception will be held on Third Friday, February 20th, from 6 to 9 PM, which promises to be an exciting night with a chance to meet this fascinating artist and further details to be released soon! This solo exhibition will be on display through March 2015. Shade West Gallery is located in the west wing of the Renaissance Phoenix Downtown hotel.

Collective Gallery@The ArteryCollective Gallery @ The Artery
623 E. Indian School Road, 602-332-1849
DESCRIPTION: Collective group of artists who represent a variety of styles of artwork. Easy parking behind the building makes it a great way to start your evening.
THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION: The Collective Gallery@the Artery is spreading the love in February by participating in a Mail Art Exchange with Heather Green Studio in Bisbee. Artist pieces sent to the Artery will be on display this month along with the work of the Artery member artists. Please use our easy parking behind the building and join us.


The Lab Pop-Up Gallery & 11th Monk3y IndustriesThe Lab Pop-Up Gallery
1022 W Grand Avenue, 480-495-4466

DESCRIPTION: We are a creative workspace, retail shop and gallery




The NashThe Nash
110 E Roosevelt St, Ste 110, 602-795-0464
DESCRIPTION: The Nash is a vibrant education, performance, and art center. Live jazz performances and juried art shows draw thousands of visitors each month.
THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION: Harold Smith, “Self Perception After Love” by Harold Smith, Digital Photo Composite. Art Exhibit: “I’m Through With Love” features artists Paula Cullison, Rebecca Lopatin, Jon Lutter, Tiffani Maynor, Clarice McIlvain, Marilyn Miller, Kathy Rose, Robert Roselli, Harold Smith and Shakey Walls. Carole Pellatt – guitars, Todd Johnson – bass, Dom Moio – drums. Join this deeply grooving trio as they play their first gig as Boneyard after Carole & Dom’s house was destroyed in the September storm. “It’s awesome to return to the Nash after all this time.” Join us February 20, 2015 @ 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM. Cost: $15, $8 Students w/ ID. BYOB


Roosevelt Row A.R.T.S. Market
408 E. Roosevelt, 602-772-0083
DESCRIPTION: The A.R.T.S. Market is a curated fine art, handmade craft, vintage and culinary market during the First Friday Art Walk and Third Friday Gallery Night.

Walter Studios
834 N. 7th Ave, 602-421-1254
DESCRIPTION: An art and event space for exhibits, community gatherings, private parties, and a videography and photography studio.

Warehouse 1005
1005 N. 1st Street, 602-258-1481
DESCRIPTION: An art center that facilitates artists’ creative expression, provides art education to adults, quality art products for sale and enhances the Downtown Phoenix Art Scene.

What should go here Pop-up Park
1005 North 2nd Street, 602-770-5977

Yoga StylesYogaStyles
1023 Grand Ave:  La Melgosa, 602-312-5292
DESCRIPTION: Yoga Styles offers a line of unique, high quality products for the active (and passive) lifestyle.  Many items in our line easily transition from work out to night out.  Fun, funky clothing, jewelry, meditation and yoga props designed and created here in Phoenix!





Antique Sugar Vintage Clothing
801 N. 2nd Street, 602-277-5765
DESCRIPTION: Antique Sugar houses an astonishing, ever-revolving collection of men’s and women’s vintage clothing from the 1920′s-1980′s.

Fushicho Daiko DojoFushicho Daiko
925 Grand Avenue (look for the red & white Japanese lanterns), 602-350-0343
DESCRIPTION: Dynamic, exciting, energizing Taiko drums by Fushicho Daiko Dojo (Phoenix Taiko Studio). Japanese Taiko drumming uses teamwork, cooperation, community, cultural awareness and acceptance to create musical and artistic excellence.  Fushicho Daiko Dojo is celebrating over 20 years of providing high quality performances and classes throughout Phoenix.



Keep Screaming Skate ShopKeep Screaming Skate Shop
323 W McDowell Road, 602-258-6666
DESCRIPTION: Come check out our selection of skate goods and clothing inspired by local artists.




Melrose Pharmacy
706 W. Montecito Avenue, 602-277-4714
DESCRIPTION: Independent retail pharmacy specializing in personalized, expedient service, compounding, pain management, state-of-the-art packaging to simplify complicated medication regimens

Poppy Stitch Boutique
DESCRIPTION: Online women’s boutique featuring boho with an edge looks. Poppy Stitch is all about providing women with effortless clothing, shoes, and accessories. 



Bliss / ReBar
901 N 4th Street, 602-795-1792
DESCRIPTION: Your neighborhood restaurant & bar serving daily lunch, happy hour, dinner, late night & weekend brunch; best downtown patio; daily drink specials; event space available

The Breadfruit & Rum Bar
108 E Pierce Street, 602-267-1266
DESCRIPTION: Award winning modern Jamaican cuisine in an elegantly casual and tropical setting. Offering expertly prepared jet-fresh seafood, daring new rum cocktails, and a finely curated collection of over 150 premium rums and fine cigars. Come enjoy the highest integrity in gastronomy with a perfectionist approach to crafting delicious treats.

Carly’s Bistro
128 East Roosevelt, 602-262-2759
DESCRIPTION: A Casual and Affordable European Style Bistro, serving Southern European & Mediterranean offerings, Specializing in Sandwiches including Panini, Wraps, Gyros, and Grinders.

603 N. 5th Ave, 602-441-2697
DESCRIPTION: Set in a restored bungalow, Cibo sets the mood while revitalizing the downtown Roosevelt neighborhood.

Crescent Ballroom
308 N. 2nd Avenue, 602-716-2222
DESCRIPTION: Crescent Ballroom is a mid-sized venue with live music everyday. We are also a Lounge, open daily with full-bar and food service.

District American Kitchen and Wine Bar

320 N. Third Street 602-817-5400
DESCRIPTION: Featuring your favorite American comfort foods with a contemporary twist, showcasing artisan products, herbs from our garden, and sustainably farmed produce from local growers.

105 W Portland Street, 602-287-8700
DESCRIPTION: A Phoenix. Original. Favorite. Recently relocated closer to the Downtown Arts District on corner of Central Ave. & Portland St. Hip, contemporary atmosphere with American fare with a Moroccan flare plus fresh signature drinks. Daily drink & food specials.

815 N. 2nd St., 602-867-2489
DESCRIPTION: Phoenix’s TRUE Indie Cinema Alternative and Beer & Wine Bar

Grand Avenue Pizza Company

1031 Grand Avenue, 602-253-6107
DESCRIPTION: “Your neighborhood slice shop!” Pies, slices, calzones and salads. Late night delivery!

Hard Rock Cafe
3 S. 2nd Street, Suite 117, 602-261-7625
DESCRIPTION: Music Memorabilia.  Dining.  Reverse Happy Hour.  Live Music.

ICON Lounge
50 E. Adams Street
DESCRIPTION: ICON Lounge in downtown Phoenix is the place to be and be seen. Specializing in hand-crafted martinis, mixed drinks, and good times!

Jobot Coffee & DinerJobot Coffee
918 N 5th Street, 602-501-9076
DESCRIPTION: Coffee, Food, Art & Live Entertainment
THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION: Jobot Coffee presents “Ladies First!” an annual show celebrating women in the arts. Participating Artists: Ashley Macias, Miki Rose Noriega, Tara Logsdon, Carrie Marill, Billie Speece, Crystal Botello, Amy Austin, Ellie Craze, Erin Caldwell, Shana Crawford, Mimi Tyree, Grace Bolyard, Myshele Renne, Dawn O’Doul, Kristina Kuhl, Layal Rabat, Murry Michaud, Vanessa Tutch, Michelle Ponce, Gypsy Konecki, Allie Conrad, Linsay McHenry, Brittany Roza, A Claire Slattery, Bree Stoffer, Kallen Mikel, Lisa Michelle Jacobs, Robyn Kingsley, Natalie Scott, Carol Roque. There will live music courtesy of The Darling Sounds, DJ Stoneypie, and DJ KaijuPie, and a Hula Hoop performance by Lola Jay. Showing February 20 – March 19, with an opening reception this third Friday from 6 – 10PM.

Paz Taqueria y Cantina
1011 3rd street, 602-368-2487
DESCRIPTION: Modern Taqueria with a local focus, we bring small batch cooking with our Momma’s Recipe’s and some fresh twist, Historic corner of roosevelt row, dog friendly 

Phoenix Public Market Cafe
14 e. peirce St, 602-253-2700
DESCRIPTION: Farm Fresh Market Cuisine

Pizza People Pub
1326 N Central Avenue, 602-795-7954
DESCRIPTION: We are a local owned restaurant providing affordable, fresh quality food. We have a casual, classy ambiance and feature many walls of local art for sale! Craft beer, liquor, wine.

Short Leash Hotdogs & Sausage

110 E. Roosevelt St., 602-795-2193
DESCRIPTION: We are a Full service Restaunt and Bar featuring a Unique Twist on a Clasic Favorite.

Squid Ink Sushi at CityScape
2 E. Jefferson St. #108, 602-258-0510
DESCRIPTION: We are a art forward restaurant/bar venue that currently rotates different artists monthly and offers live music weekly

The Lost Leaf
914 N 5th Street, 602-258-0014
DESCRIPTION: A 1920′s bungalow converted into a craft beer and wine bar, art gallery and live music venue.  Never a cover.  Artists never charged a commission.

The Vig Fillmore
606 N 4th ave, 602-254-2242
DESCRIPTION: Classic American, Contemporary Latin, Asian Fusion and More, coupled with fine craft beers, wine and cocktails, The Vig has something for you.

Treehouse Bakery
1348 W. Roosevelt St., 480-560-5233
DESCRIPTION: Vegan sweets and treats

DESCRIPTION: ThirdSpace is fast becoming the hub of the Lower Grand Avenue Arts District – offering a full menu, beer and wine, Grind House Coffee and lots of LIVE MUSIC!




Artists/Working Studios

(Studios are not typically open on First and Third Fridays. Please call for an appointment.)

Arizona Mosaico
1023 Grand Avenue
DESCRIPTION: Fine art mosaic studio and gallery. Working studio of Tammi Lynch-Forrest.

CHill SPace Studio
1818 NW Grand Avenue, 602-435-1345
DESCRIPTION: CHill SPace Studio: Art & Creative studio for Chele Hill, Artist & Owner of CHill Original • Art & Upcycles.  Known for ethereal and emotional expressions. CHill Original Art adorns theater, film, city murals and salvaged items alike. Gallery & Commissions

G. L. Parsel
538 E. Willeta, 602-254-2192
DESCRIPTION: A working studio brimming with paintings and sculpture

Hjalmarson Art PotteryHjalmarson Pottery
45 West Lynwood 602-254-1222
DESCRIPTION: Active and creative clay art studio located in the Roosevelt Historic Neighborhood  of central Phoenix. One block south of McDowell and just west of Central.
THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION: Halldor Hjalmarson is currently sharing his creations which depict micro landscapes of life in our Sonoran Desert. He draws the eye into his work by showing the dynamic relationships between animal and plant life; and with the use of textures, patterns and color, he adds cohesion to the various elements. As part of the creative process, he sculpts lizards, birds, leaves and cacti… along with many other images. He then casts these sculptures into plaster “press molds” which he uses in making his stoneware creations. He has made a repertoire of several hundred images, and as part of his artistic process, is continually making more. Visitors to his studio will get a glimpse of this process as well as the techniques of composing these elements into low relief clay scenes, and can witness the steps they go through from inception to the final firing.

Julie Parisi Art
1005 N 1st Street, 602-258-1481
DESCRIPTION: Parisi works organically using vibrant color, texture & recycled materials in her abstract paintings & mixed media assemblages that can be seen at Warehouse 1005 Gallery.

K Brambilla Studios
1501 Grand Avenue #103, 480-747-4696
DESCRIPTION: Paint play, local photography, thought provoking installations, and original music. You will want to stop by and see us. Art rocks!

Klein Photographic

1213 W. Pierce Street, 855-MODFIRE
DESCRIPTION: Modfire is an award winning Fireplace Company in downtown Phoenix. We handcraft our captivating, modern designs, in our beautiful studio-showroom just off Grand Ave.

Studio 6 @ the ArteryStudio 6 @ TheArtery
625 E. Indian School Road 602-332-1849
DESCRIPTION:  The Artery is a destination art space located at away from crowded Roosevelt Row. We cater to the serious art enthusiast. On our second floor are open art studios where you may meet the artists and see them in action. There is ample parking behind the building.
THIRD FRIDAY EXHIBITION: Visitors are welcome to the artists’ studios upstairs in the Artery Building.  Susan Zipser has colorful pieces that can remind one of Matisse with their colorful shapes. Park behind the building and visit the artists in the studios. Image: “Plant” by Susan Zipster, mixed media, 18×24″

Studio Beals
2030 N. 17th Avenue

The Lodge Art Studio
1231 NW Grand Ave., 602-405-7329
DESCRIPTION: Sometimes you don’t know what to do and sometimes you know EXACTLY what to do…visit The Lodge.

Voight’s Visions Photo
Garfield Galleria, 316 W Mc Dowell Road # 101, 602-206-6674
DESCRIPTION: Unique polaroid film photography & more

YAG art studio
1301 Grand Avenue, #2C, 602-421-0108
DESCRIPTION:  Exhibiting works of Denise Yaghmourian, Sarah Kriehn, and Jeff Bertoncino. Featured work includes original contemporary mono prints, mixed media sculpture, and painting.

Your Art Party
7327 w Cavalier Drive, 623-329-7935
DESCRIPTION: Dedicated to helping people find there own inner artist. Also the primary studio of Mandie Beck. 


Artists/Working Studios (Outside Downtown)

(Studios are not typically open on First and Third Fridays. Please call for an appointment.)

BD Designs, LLC

13365 N 94th Place, 480-229-7350
DESCRIPTION: My studio is sanctuary where I create and design new products daily. 

Constance McBride Fine Art
26225 N. 7th Avenue, 623-516-7938
DESCRIPTION: Artist Studio in North Phoenix. Visitors welcome by appointment.

Home Studio
6821 N. 45th Ave, APT 1, 909 494 0716
DESCRIPTION: minutes Angus Bruce Usher, From California work in Beverly Hills in early 2000 With (5) different as an Apprentice Blaze,Tom Donovan,Shandon,Michael Bower, my work is abstract and Ambergram . My Theme is Faces Of Rain Clouds…… s

Joan Waters Studio
2141 E. Cedar St, #1, 602-565-1358
DESCRIPTION: Fine art studio and gallery featuring welded steel sculpture, painting, and ceramic mixed media work. Please call for appointment and times.

Peace Dog
721 North Central Avenue, 303-718-1600
DESCRIPTION: Hand-crafted collars and leads for your pets.

Space Boy Robot
3411 N 16th Street, Unit 2124
DESCRIPTION: Personal art space, not open to public

Urban Southwest
1016 East Camelback Road, 602-686-8000
DESCRIPTION: We specialize in furnishings made from locally harvested recycled materials, with a rustic, modern, industrial, loft look. Products are designed and constructed in our small workshop on-site. Our artist studio gallery provides one of a kind artwork & furnishings.