The Norman Arts Council will be celebrating its second Anniversary for the 2nd Friday Circuit of Art this Friday, beginning at 6:00 p.m. Whether you visit the Performing Arts Studio, Dreamer Concepts Studio & Foundation, Sonder Music, or Awen Academy there is art, music, food, and fun available throughout Norman this Friday.

Norman Convention & Visitor Bureau will host the Norman Arts Council with the local Native Spirits Winery this Friday. The NAC will be having a membership sign up, and giving out tons of exciting information on events for 2011. Visitors will also be able to purchase wine bottles to take to the Norman Music Festival Wine Share.

The NMF is hosting a Wine Share at Five located behind STASH at 412 E. Main Street. So, bring your friends and a bottle of wine, and mingle with your fellow music lovers while supporting the Norman Music Festival. Visitors to STASH will be able to see the works of visual artist Thomas Shahan.

Other exciting events happening this Friday include an opening at MAINSITE with Steven Poster. Poster will be revealing photography spanning over 50 years. Visitors can also expect a fun exhibit from the Form+Function Lab with their dysFUNCTIONal Family Reunion located at 123 E. Main Street. Dreamer Concepts Studio & Foundation will open the Dreamer 31 exhibit at 324 E. Main Street. Sandalwood & Sage presents

2nd Friday Circuit of Art – a monthly, citywide celebration of art – is a collaboration between artists, art organizations, and businesses, brought to you by the Norman Arts Council.

Whether you like dance, painting, photography, or music, there will be something for you to see and hear during the 2nd Friday of this month in Norman.

All events are free and open to the public from 6:00 p.m. until at least 9:00 p.m.

More information is available online at www.2ndFridayNorman.com.

For information on other Norman Arts Council events, please visit www.NormanArts.org, or call the NAC office at 405-360-1162.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Contact: Josh Lunsford
405-360-1162
josh@normanarts.org