First Friday Art Stroll to highlight WSU exhibit, OGX artwork
OGDEN — November’s First Friday Art Stroll is quickly approaching and will highlight Weber State University and the recently inaugurated Ogden Express bus rapid transit service.
The event, set for Friday from 6-9 p.m., will highlight the “Coincidences” exhibit at the Dumke Arts Plaza.
“Coincidences is an interdisciplinary multimedia project and contemporary movement experience exploring shared isolation, concepts of sensory stimulation and informed trauma that impacts the human experience,” a press release on the Art Stroll said.
“Coincidences” has been at the Dumke Arts Plaxa since Oct. 6 and will run through April 30, 2024. However, according to the release, Friday night will include a live performance at 7:30 p.m.
Additionally, a pop-up exhibit at The Corner, on the southwest corner of 25th Street and Washington Boulevard, will feature the artwork of the recently OGX line that runs from Union Station to McKay-Dee Hospital. Each of the stops features artwork from local and regional artists.