First Friday Roundup, 1/6/17 

click to enlarge "Richmond Resists," at Gallery5.

"Richmond Resists," at Gallery5.

Local Protest History at Gallery5
“Richmond Resists” features activists through the years, from art to print work to paraphernalia. It’s a poignant reminder of how local voices make a difference. Friday, Jan. 6, at Gallery5, 200 W. Marshall St., from 6-9 p.m. Free. Plus: “Toma Toma Toma” a collection of paintings by Nick Candela using layering and collage to examine social constructs and stereotypes. gallery5arts.org.

Teen Issues at Art 180
“Images of Perfection and Doubt”: two things teenagers know a lot about. Which is great, because this exhibit features work exclusively by teenagers. Art 180, 114 W. Marshall St., on Jan. 6, from 5-8 p.m. Free. art180.org.

The Art of Pausing at UNOS
Featuring artwork by Maria Reardon and Ronda Petillo. The Gallery at UNOS, 700 N. Fourth St. Jan. 6 from 5-7:30 p.m. Free. unos.org.

Clair Morgan Residency at the Camel
Local indie rockers take over curating the First Fridays slot, with a portion of proceeds going to the Virginia chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union. Locals Clair Morgan, Anousheh, Smoke Break and Lightfields are on the bill Friday, Jan. 6, at 9 p.m. Cost: $6-$8. thecamel.org.



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