LEWISTON — The next Art Walk L/A is set for Friday.

DJ Bernarzo Contributed

This month, organizers have planned lots of art to see downtown, plus a live concert at the Simard-Payne amphitheater set for 7-10 p.m. featuring four local music acts. Artists will be returning to the sidewalks of Lisbon Street and Dufresne Plaza. And there’s plenty to see at the following locations:

The Studio, at 291 Lisbon St. will feature Artist Grayling Cunningham and friends are back with a show of work at this anchor of the Lewiston arts district.

LA Arts Gallery, at 221 Lisbon St. will have “Echoes and Loops, New Paintings by Kate Cargile” on display.

Lewiston Public Library, at 200 Lisbon St. will display “I Wish My Teacher Knew …” works by Lewiston High School students, curated by LHS art teacher Deanna Ehrhardt.

Kimball Street Studios, at 191 Lisbon St. will feature Topsham artist Libby Sipe.

Ramble Row artwork Contributed

The work of Artist Angie Lafrance of Ramble Row can be seen at 110 Lisbon St.

Craft Brew Underground, at 34 Court St., in Auburn will feature Artist Iris Scott.

Gritty McDuff’s, 68 Main St., in Auburn will have the work of Artist Amanda Retus on view.

LA Arts Music in the Park will take place from 7 to 10 p.m. at Simard-Payne amphitheater performed by Emily & The Zealous, Secondhand Clams, MOJO, and DJ Bernarzo.

The following online features are available at laarts.org, YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram:

Artist Libby Sipe takes us on a tour of her current show at Kimball Street Studios.

Local Writers Read welcomes 2020 Maine Literary Award poetry category finalist Jefferson Navicky.

“Dreams,” an a cappella performance by Bates College graduating seniors.

Dance performance by Bates College graduating seniors.

“Just in Time,” performance by pianist Tom Snow.

LA Arts and the Art Walk LA Committee continue to present the 2021 Art Walk Artists online gallery. Artists and artisans included on this page each have works for sale. Visual artists and artisans can register free.

For more information, visit laarts.org.