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My name is Bekah and I am a sophomore here at Butler. I am an Art + Design major and love sewing and being creative. I also love dancing (I'm on dance team!), eating cereal, and shopping at Target.

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First Fridays

Happy Friday! As you obviously know, it is the first Friday of the month. I am very excited about this because every first Friday of the month, the Indianapolis art community hosts an event called First Fridays.  This event takes place at art galleries around town and allows you to go in and see the studio space as well as the work various artists have created. I am going on the First Friday trip today with some of my fellow art students and I am so excited!!

I am from Peoria, Illinois, and my town also had First Fridays. Unfortunately, I never attended a First Friday gallery tour back home, so I am extra doubly excited for this one. We will be going to the Harrison Center for the Arts, Gallery 924, and Fountain Square/Murphy Art Center. Since I am an Art + Design major, I obviously love art! I enjoy visual arts, as well as the performing arts, and one of the things I love most about Butler is that there is always an opportunity to immerse yourself in the arts. I will most definitely take pictures at the galleries this evening and post some next week!

Also, here is a picture of me and Ashni’s pick up line, quote, and joke board today!

The pick up line, quote, and joke board

Joke of the week: Why do melons get married? They cantaloupe!

Happy Friday and thanks for reading :)

3 Responses to First Fridays

  1. […] the First Friday gallery tour with some other students from the Jordan College of the Arts. I have blogged about this before, but first Fridays are when local art galleries are open for the evening, and a […]

  2. Kristen Raves says:

    I didn’t realize that First Fridays were so cool. I need to go check these out. Thanks as always for the jokes!

  3. […] I mentioned in my post from last Friday, I went and visited three art galleries last weekend: The Harrison Center for the […]

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