Open house in Forest Park with live music and art installations in the merchants’ loos.
Shop local and enjoy your neighborhood restaurants and shops in Forest Park!
Restaurants will have specials, shops and galleries will be open late (5-8 pm), catch the shows you may miss during the day, shop for gifts while enjoying a refreshment. Enjoy the social scene of Forest Park after hours.
Featured in the New York Times, the Tour de Loo is a favorite part of the Third Friday events: discover how local artists transform the Forest Park merchants’ loos into art installations from 5 to 8 pm (and until closing time for Silvertron Cafe), visit the loos for an art experience unique to Forest Park!
Live music by Zach and Cheyloe in Forest Park sponsored by Mary and Chris Boehm.
Naked Art Gallery (5-8 PM)
Double Feature: Corey Webb and Jamie Adams
“Places & Faces: And so on and so Forth” mixed media by Corey Webb.
“A New Beastiary” ceramic works by Jamie Adams.
~ Friday June 15th, 5-8 m, with the artists (in coordination with Third Friday) 100% of bar tips will benefit Birmingham Bicycle Club.
~ Saturday June 16th, 10:30-6 pm – Sugar high and Caffeine reception. Meet the artist from 1 to 4 pm.
Tour de Loo: art installation by Clay Kunkle Stembridge
Silvertron Café (kitchen open until 10 pm) Third Friday specials!
Tour de Loo 1: “Morocco” by Laura Hardy
Tour de Loo 2: “Phantasmic Experiences: Oneirological Studies of Illusion” by Jennifer Moore and Lindsay Parris.
Zoe in Forest Park (5 – 8 pm): Sip on a beverage while enjoying shopping!
Tour de LOO: “Wild and Wooly” by Donna Rutledge
Shoppe (5 – 8 pm): Sip on a beverage while enjoying shopping!
Tour de LOO: art installation by Julianna Richey
Rougaroux: (kitchen open until 10 pm)
Little Savannah (kitchen open until 10 pm)
*Artists can submit to participate in the future Tour de Loos with an email to firstname.lastname@example.org stating what their installation will be and send low-res images of artwork.
Art installation = taking an interior and loading it with disparate items that evoke complex and multiple associations, thoughts and moods.