First Friday, June 6, 2008 [With Photo Gallery]

First Friday, June 6, 2008 [With Photo Gallery]

Bikram Yoga Charlottesville “The 26 Postures,” interpretations of yoga positions in various media by local artists, from 6pm.

BozArt Gallery “Glimpses,” recent landscapes by Mercedes Lopez, 6-9pm.

The Bridge/Progressive Arts Initiative “Standard Operating Procedure,” photos by Nubar Alexanian, 6-9pm.

“Face of a Woman” by Joel-Peter Witkin at Second Street Gallery

C’ville Arts “Branching Out,” glass art by Lynn Windsor, 6-9pm.

Café Cubano A collection of photos by Billy Hunt, 6-8:30pm.

Charlottesville Community Design Center & CitySpace “Stories from the Garden,” a photography and audio documentary project by Jesse Straight and Ross McDermott, 6-9pm.

Fellini’s #9 “Rocky Mountain High,” photos by Candace Schoner; “Solitude,” photos by Angela Orebaugh, 5:30-7pm.

The Gallery at Fifth and Water “Night Impressions,” photos by Andy Acquaro, 5:30-8pm.

La Galeria “The Art of the Photograph,” photos by local artists Mary Porter, Bill Moretz, Bonny Bronson, Brandon Herring, Coe Sweet, and Stephanie Gross, 5-8pm.

Les Yeux du Monde “The Unvanquished,” photos by James Nachtwey, 5:30-7:30pm.

McGuffey Art Center “Prom,” by Mary Ellen Mark; “Melting Point,” by Jeff Jacobson; “Eyes of History,” by the White House News Photographers Association; “Afterwar,” by Lori Grinker; the 2008 Winners from Pictures of the Year International, 5:30-7:30pm.

The Paramount Theater The second annual Steve Keene Art Swap! Drop works off at 5pm, and start swapping at 6:30pm.

Sage Moon Gallery “A Mother’s Journey,” by Renee Byer; “Yosemite in the ’60s” by Glen Denny, 5:30-8pm.

Saxx Oil paintings from 20 young artists, with music from the Jim Howe Jazz Quintet, 5:30-10:30pm.

Second Street Gallery “The Marriage of Heaven and Hell,” by Joel-Peter Witkin, 6-8pm.

Spring Street Boutique Photographs of Paris by Liza Bishop and Neal Paxson, 6-8pm.

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