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June First Friday Art Walk

First Friday Art Walk on June 4 will feature painting, pottery, sketching, literary arts, photography, blown glass, jewelry, sculpture and multimedia works along with live music, food and fun for all ages and interests. For a complete listing of Art Walk events, visit their website www.ffaw.org or call 849-8255. Among the highlights for First Friday Art Walk in June:• The Creamery Arts Center, 411 Sherman Parkway, will present the 2010 Springfield Regional Arts Council Members Show.• Evangel University Bellwether Gallery at the Monarch Art Factory, 600 W. College Suite 116, presents altar pieces and recent oil paintings by Evangel Associate Professor of Art Michael Buesking.• Explore the works of award-winning artist Gavyn Sky at Obelisk Home, and get a preview of Dudley Martin’s upcoming photography show.• The Missouri State Unviersity International Center, 301 S. Jefferson, continues the photo exhibit "Miracles—Religious Festivities in Peru" by artist Angie Keller.• Fresh Gallery at the southwest corner of Campbell and Walnut presents "Celebration of Color" with art by Alicia Farris and Ann Meese.• See works by painter James Crafford at The Gillioz Theatre, 325 Park Central East.• Hawthorn Galleries, 214 E. Walnut, presents its "Spring Classic" featuring new works by Lora Brier and Arlene James. Guitarist Dale Augustson will provide live music during the June 4th Art Walk.• Global Fayre, 324 S. Campbell, will delve into realms of science and the supernatural with a book signing for "2012: The Paranormal Cookbook," an exploration of all things otherworldly, written by local paranormal investigator Shaun B. • Photographer Randy Bacon and Missouri State University Professor Michele Granger worked together with his staff and her students in the MSU Fashion Program to create "Art Transforms Downtown," a series of large banners created by Granger's students. They'll be unveiled during the June 4th Art Walk from 6 to 10pm at the Monarch Art Factory, 600 W. College. And continuing through June 30, artwork by illustrator Parker Asay.