• Stray Dog Antiques, 219 Hale St., will have an exhibition of weird bird paintings, folk art, jewelry, figurines and more.
• The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation, 1600 Huntington Square (16th floor of Huntington Bank Building), 900 Lee St. E., will feature photography by Deborah Herndon and art by Jeanne K. Cochran, Arthur Evans, Mykal Baisden, Adrienne Galloway, Anna Nibert and jewelry designs by Mary Blake. John Ingram will provide music.
• Tony the Tailor, 822 Virginia St.E., will have a Zelli shoe trunk show. Handcrafted in Tuscany, Italy, all Zelli shoes will be 20 percent off during this event. Tony's guest artist will be Kelly Bryant, who will showcase special Halloween art.
• Chet Lowther Studio, 223 1/2 Hale St., will be showing new works in encaustic, acrylic, oil, and works on paper.
• GiGi's, 200 Hale St., will feature unique items for children made by local artisans. White Oak Photography and GiGi's are sharing space.
Other CAA sponsored venues include: Visions Day Spa, 238 Capitol St., House of Luxe, 817 Quarrier St., Delfine's Jewelry, 245 Capitol St., Good News Mountaineer Garage, 222 Hale St., Ivor's Trunk, 819 Lee St., Charleston Ballet, 100 Capitol St., Capitol Conference Center, 815 Lee St., Savvy Chic, 817 Quarrier St., and Timothy's/Quarrier Diner, 1022 Quarrier St.
Several downtown non-CAA businesses also participate, including Collage, 805 Quarrier St., which features handmade art, jewelry and vintage/altered clothing by Jamie Miller.
Apartment Earth, 223 1/2 Rear Hale St., will feature the quilting art of Andrea McLeod in "Too Legit to Quilt," as well as the art of Nik Botkin.
Matthew Thompson, communication manager of the CAA, said that they encourage all business to stay open a few extra hours during ArtWalk and participate. "We support all the downtown businesses. The more business traffic created downtown, the better."
The November ArtWalk will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. on Black Friday, Nov. 29. The final ArtWalk event of the year will be held on Dec. 19. For additional information, contact Susie Salisbury, Charleston Area Alliance, 304-340-4253.