First Friday of February

This month’s First Friday Art Walk offers a wide variety of artistic flavors to suit both low-brow and high-tech tastes. Wet your appetite by browsing through the following menu of exhibits and activities happening from 5 to 8 p.m. next Friday, Feb. 7.

Admiral Theatre presents independent film “Scotland, PA” starting at 8 p.m. Christopher Walken and Andy Dick star in this retelling of Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” set in the rural Pennsylvania in the mid-1970’s. Location: 515 Pacific Ave.

The Amy Burnett Gallery is open for First Friday at 408 Pacific Ave.

The Artist’s Edge Gallery presents the work of Derek Nobbs in both pencil drawings and oil paintings on canvas and metal tins. These latest works by Nobbs reflect his admiration of a child-like dream world with an adult twist. The show continues through March 3. Location: 2009 Harkins St.

The Aurora Valentinetti Puppet Museum celebrates the 10-year anniversary of Evergreen Children’s Theater with a February showing of puppets used in the very first performance by ECT of “Cinderella” in February of 1993. Twelve puppets made by ECT founder Marshall Campbell, who directed that first show, and molds used in their creation will be exhibited throughout the month. At 6 p.m. a video of one of the ECT’s early performances will be shown. Location: 249 4th St.

The Basket Lady showcases Debi Riley’s landscapes and florals done in watercolor. Location: 546 4th St.

Stop in at the Bremerton Naval Museum at 402 Pacific Ave. during First Friday for a lesson in the history of the Navy.

The opening reception for “My Funny Valentine,” a collection of twisted takes on the subject of love by local artists, begins at 6 p.m. at the Westside Burrito Connection. Location: 208 1st St.

Collective Visions Gallery of Art hosts a new member show this month featuring the work of sculptor Dennis McDaniel, pastels by Jackie Bush-Turner and digitally enhanced photographs by Gerald Wright in the main gallery. Location: 331 Pacific Ave.

Embossible Dream invites First Friday participants to join in a free “make and take.” Construct your own craft at 511 4th St.

Glitz Inc. hosts an opening reception for painter Robert Jamison whose dramatic landscapes and portraits in oil will be displayed at the gallery through March. Location: 433 Pacific Ave.

Just Your Cup O’ Tea honors African American writers at the next First Friday reading. Starting at 6 p.m.., Charles King and two others will read. Location: 305 Pacific Ave.

The Kitsap County Historical Society is open for First Friday. Location: 280 4th St.

The Metropolis Gallery will showcase acrylic-collage paintings, hand painted wearables and paper jewelry by Bremerton artist Pam Sanders. Location: 247 4th St.

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