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Ceramic Artist Emily Odom Throwing on the Wheel at August  2021 VIBES event. Photo by Eriech Tapia.

VIBES Edmond’s First Thursday’s season finale event is coming up on Thursday, October 6, and will feature visual arts, performing arts, and community.

Join us in Downtown Edmond for the final VIBES of 2022! The October event is sponsored by Chickasaw Community Bank. It will headline a Ceramic Throw Night, where six ceramicists will demo their wheel-throwing and hand-building processes for attendees. 

This month also showcases extra special performances, including a Beatles “Sneaker Ballet” performed by the Oklahoma City Ballet at 6:30 pm and again at 7:30 pm at the entrance of Vault 405. Inspyral Circus is back at VIBES with their “Hooplahoma” show from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm on the NW corner of Hurd & Broadway. Catch dazzling ariel acrobatics from Alissa Snider and Micah Wylie in the NW corner of Campbell & Broadway. Collaborate with the Groovemeant Community on their dance floor, create origami and calligraphy with the Japan American Society of Oklahoma, and visit a balloon artist hosted by the Metropolitan Library System.

As always, VIBES will feature many great visual and performing artists. This month, enjoy over 40 visual artists set up downtown and the sights and sounds of the various performing groups. There is truly something for everyone at this free, family-friendly event. Stay up to date on all the monthly features by following @Edmond_Vibes on Instagram or the www.edmondvibes.org website. 

VIBES, Edmond’s First Thursdays is a program of the Fine Arts Institute, Edmond’s nonprofit community arts organization providing visual and performing art classes for children and adults year-round, and the 3rd and 4th grade Art in Schools Program in Edmond Public Schools. For more information, visit EdmondFineArts.com or call 405-340-4481. The 2022 VIBES Season is made possible by Citizens Bank of Edmond, Mercy, Edmond Electric, First Bank & Trust Co., Engel & Volkers The Duncan Group, The Mule, Small Architects, Valor Bank, and the City of Edmond.