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One of the highlights of island life in Key West is strolling the streets, popping into galleries and shops to enjoy art and performance, and meeting friends old and new during Walk on White.
Just to make sure you don’t miss a beat, we’ve compiled a list of what’s happening with our friends and neighbors during the January 1 7 Walk on White from 6-9pm.
Artspace – 1102 Truman Ave.
“Emerging Talent” will be featuring new works by Corryn Leigh Young and many other artists looking to share their unique voices to the Key West Community.
Honest Works Pottery – 929 Truman Ave.
“Internal Travels” Is a collection of colorful, refreshingly contemporary, and emotive paintings by Yusuf A Lateef, an artist from Toledo, Oh. An alum of the New York Studio Program and an integral part of an urban ‘rustbelt’ movement of artists from the Great Lakes region of this country, Lateef presents a body of artworks reflecting the universal themes exploding from what has become an urban creative renaissance.
Harrison Gallery – 825 White St.
Featuring work by Helen Harrison, Lucas Mejia, Christian Burchard, BinCoco Eriksen, Marilyn Palley, Charles Pebworth, Melinda Hall, Jimmy Wray, Cindy Kulp, Jack Henry, Suzy Wahl, Mario Sanchez, Gene Otto and Bonnie Burkee.
Coffee Mill – 916 Pohalski St.
8pm Curtain. Admission is free, donations are welcome.
“Hipso Facto,” the CoffeeMill Dance Studio’s informal monthly showcase of dance in our island community will present “An Evening in the Studio with Key West Contemporary Dance Company.” Short, live performances featuring Mary Kay Lee, Carolyn Cooper, Denis Hyland, Kimberly Schroeder Bergman, Kyla Piscopink & Leigh Pujado as well as film clips from previous company shows will be on display.
Stone Soup Gallery – 802 White St.
Collages by Elizabeth St Hillaire Nelson and sculpture by Will Fernadez.