Your guide to the May art walk

May’s First Friday events include a wide variety of delights.

This First Friday will showcase a variety of artwork from a new lowrider art exhibition ‘Desert Rider’ at Phoenix Art Museum, ‘Eden’ at New City Studio which features mediums like watercolor paintings and floral designs and works by Brazilian visual artist Rodrigo de Toledo at Modified Arts on Roosevelt. 

Plus, Roosevelt Row will feature its monthly art walk with art vendors and live music by Just Common. Artopia, a pop-up immersive art experience in the Valley, will feature street performers and art displays. Food vendors will also be along the street and 2nd, 4th, 5th and 6th streets will be closed along Roosevelt. The art walk, music and vendors will run from 6-11 p.m.

Following are some highlights of the May First Friday events.

First Fridays Phoenix:Your ultimate guide to parking, galleries, museums and what’s free

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