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Third Friday in Columbus Park, May 17


The trap Gallery

525 Gillis, 6:00 p.m–10:00 p.m.

The trap Gallery opened in 2001 and is the cornerstone of art in Columbus Park.
Open 3rd Fridays, the trap's season is April–November.


a group show of Columbus Park artists

the Trap on FB

the trap on Instagram


Live Love Laugh Benefit on the street at Gillis & Missouri



the eight one five gallery

815 E. 5th Street, 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Geometric Mutations
by Trey Morgan

Trey Morgan is a multi-talented motion designer, art director, and visual artist. He works across a variety of mediums blending digital and traditional processes. He received both his BFA and MFA from Fort Hays State University.

“Geometric Mutations” is a collection of work generated through a combination of analog and digital methods. These works are the result of his constant drive to experiment and interest in working with new methods and materials. Digital processes always play a part in his work, from integrating the use of 3D software to extrude and deform imagery to incorporating CNC machines and laser cutters for mark making. The blending of these digital and mechanical methods with traditional drawing, painting, and printmaking techniques evoke a sense of the sublime through this process of digital mutation, like a kind of an evolution that is at the same time natural and mechanical.

Welch Agency
915 E. 5th Street

Photos by Zach Ingalls

Welch Agency on FB


And while you're in the neighborhood

Columbus Park Ramen Shop, 549 Gillis


The North End, 910 E. 5th
3rd Friday drink specials,
kitchen until 10 p.m., bar until 1:30 a.m.