GET A MAP & EXPLORE!

Held the first Friday of each month, 6-9pm, First Friday is a free event celebrating local creativity in Omaha's most historic neighborhood.

Stroll the Old Market's distinctive brick streets as you're serenaded by live music. Ignite your imagination in the art galleries, where you might explore a fresh perspective in the bold brushstrokes of a painting or in the contours of a bronze sculpture. Glimpse views of faraway lands and intense emotions.

The galleries celebrate new shows monthly with receptions where you can meet and talk with the artists who create the pieces you admire.

Next Event: Friday, August 1st

___________________________________________________________________________________

Participating galleries include:

TMC (new participant) – 1314 Jones Street
   “Random Focus” featuring MIchelle Woitzel

• Artists’ Cooperative Gallery – 405 S. 11th St
   Paintings by Hope Dendinger, Katrina Methot-Swanson; quilts by Shea Wilkinson

MANGELSEN Images of Nature Gallery – 1115 Harney St. 
   Legendary nature photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen celebrates 40  years.

• Old Market Artists Gallery – Lower Level Passageway
   "Wood Turnings" featuring Curt Norman

Passageway Gallery – 417 S. 11th St.
   "Round and Round" Lathe turnings by Steve Freilinger

White Crane Gallery - Lower Level Passageway
   Natural oil paintings by Elizabeth Hefley

The Tea Smith -1118 Howard St.
   Japanese art by Chizuko Takechi

> CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD MAP


PARK FREE  |  RIDE THE TROLLEY
To make your First Friday experience even better we’re offering free parking and free rides on Ollie the Trolley, 6-9pm. Nebraska at the Market, 1215 Leavenworth Street, is generously offering parking in their lot for free. Park there and start your walking tour or hop aboard the trolley to circulate the neighborhood.  

PARK FREE  |  RIDE THE TROLLEY

To make your First Friday experience even better we’re offering free parking and free rides on Ollie the Trolley, 6-9pm. Nebraska at the Market, 1215 Leavenworth Street, is generously offering parking in their lot for free. Park there and start your walking tour or hop aboard the trolley to circulate the neighborhood.