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Stained Glass Artist Adrienne Parcher Selling Artwork at the April 2023 VIBES event. Photo by Eriech Tapia.

VIBES Edmond’s First Thursday’s May 4th event features the first-ever VIBES Artist Market!

Join us from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm in the north portion of Downtown Edmond, Campbell St., and north for the Thursday, May 4th VIBES event. Then, head down to The Icehouse Project to continue the good vibes with several Visual Artists, a performance by Tyler Boren, and grab some fantastic local libations at American Solera, The Fried Taco, and Woodward Pizza.

North of Campbell, the VIBES Artist Market will feature 21 Visual Artists selling their artwork, with some demonstrating their creative process. Additionally, Visual Artists can be found inside and out in front of the businesses in this northern area of DTE. As you check out the artwork, enjoy the Kentucky Daisy Band and Katie Bradford music. Don’t miss the Hibiki performance by the Japan-American Taiko Drum Team on the NE corner of Campbell and Broadway.

Also taking place during VIBES at the Edmond Fine Arts Institute is the 2023 5×5 Show and Sale and a Gallery Opening featuring local artist Jack Fowler. Head over to FAI to shop the small works for $55 per canvas, check out the gallery, and listen to tunes performed by David James McKinney. Doors for the 5×5 Show & Sale open at 5:00 pm.

There is truly something for everyone at this free, family-friendly event. We can’t wait to experience the magic in Downtown Edmond with you! 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 2023 VIBES Season is made possible by Citizens Bank of Edmond, Mercy, Edmond Electric, Broadway Development Group, Empire Slice House, and other businesses that believe in the importance of access to creativity.