First Friday in NuLu!

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Here’s what to expect in the East Market District’s art galleries – all open and free to the public – for the Derby Eve Republic Bank First Friday Hop, May 5 from 6 to 9 pm.

Garner Narrative (642 E. Market St.) Caleb Weintraub’s “Fear No Paint II” – large format paintings, digital works, and hybrids.

Paul Paletti Gallery (713 E. Market St.) “Recent Acquisitions and Other Treasures” – a peek at gallery owner Paul Paletti’s personal collection of famous photos by photographers of note.

PYRO Gallery (909 E. Market St.) “ENID, Generations of Women Sculptors” – works by a collective of 18 women working in and around Louisville. ENID takes its name from Enid  Yantrell (1869-1924), the first recognized female sculptor in Kentucky.

Revelry Boutique Gallery (742. E. Market St.) Alyson Thiel’s “Fresh Cut,” a seasonal celebration of handmade paper flowers from fascinators to terrariums.

St. John’s Art Spot (637 E. Market) jewelry by MaeVon Gutekunst and landscapes by Ben Stivers.

Swanson Contemporary (638 E. Market St.) “Americans” by Ross Gordon – large format photographs of Muslims living in the United States today.

Zephyr Gallery (610 E. Market St.) “Project 17: Ritual Geography.” Curated by Eileen Yanoviak, featuring Mary Carothers, Sarah McCart-Jackson, Adrienne Miller, and Joyce Ogden.

And on your way in or out of NuLu, stop by Shannon Lockhart’s “Sacred Embers: Reclaiming Myself” at the Wayside Expressions Gallery (120 W. Broadway St.).

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