Seasonal First Friday Participants &
Additional Arts in Tuscaloosa
Contact the galleries and businesses below for seasonal First Friday offerings
For more information and a personal look into the First Friday participants and their venues, an online Jubilation article has been posted on tuscarts.org/jubilation
To view the most recent Art Round Up from The University of Alabama Department of Art & Art History visit art.ua.edu/roundup
Visit Art Night on the first Thursday of each month in Downtown Northport for more visual art
For more local offerings visit The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa's website tuscarts.org
Art Night takes place on the first Thursday of the month from 5-8 pm in downtown Northport at Kentuck Art Center and is free to the public.
Kentuck is a non-profit organization dedicated to perpetuating the arts, engaging the community and empowering the artist.
The Kentuck Gallery at Hotel Indigo offers rotating exhibits within the hotel located in Downtown Tuscaloosa.
Live at the Plaza is an outdoor concert series at Government Plaza in Downtown Tuscaloosa. Concerts are Friday nights from 6-9 p.m. during summer months. The event is free and open to the public.
Visit the City of Tuscaloosa Facebook Page for additonal offerings throughout the year at Government Plaza and Downtown
The Junior League Gallery, located on the second floor of the Bama Theatre, features exhibits and juried shows in all media by local solo artists and groups.
The Betak/Frangoulis Art Gallery at Canterbury Chapel is an exhibit space for 2-D artwork. Monthly shows feature local painters, photographers, and mixed-media artists.
A recently renovated, two-story home in West Alabama, the Historic Drish House is beautiful spot for parties, weddings, and corporate events.
Contact for gallery offerings.
The University of Alabama Galleries
Presents a year-round schedule of changing exhibitions devoted to contemporary arts, including works from the Permanent Collection, faculty and traveling exhibits.
Honoring Professor Emeritus Alvin Sella and the late Angelo Granata, this gallery features graduate and undergraduate student work.