The SoFa District continues its celebration of San Jose art and culture with South First Fridays, December 2nd from 7 to 11pm.

The free evnet features several downtown San Jose art galleries and museums including Anno Domini, Higher Fire Clayspace & Gallery, KALEID Gallery and the Museum of Quilts and Textiles. Other downtown venues featuring work include Psycho Donuts, Eulipia Restaurant, Pho 69 and Good Karma Vegan Café.

Anno Domini will debut its11th annual Fresh Produce exhibition, a invitational exhibition and art sale featuring 45 artists from 14 countries.  At Higher Fire Clayspace and Gallery, artist Jon Price’s crystalline ceramic exhibit, “Killer Crystals,” is on display.

KALEID Gallery on Fourth and San Fernando is hosting an opening reception for its annual holiday art show and sale, “Hark!,” which features original works of affordable gift ideas from 45 local artists. MACLA is featuring an exhibition of Cuban artists exploring cultural icons, architectural form and the human condition in, Cuban Connections: Near & Far.

The San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles will have two new exhibits, “Invisible Lineage,” which showcases works of influential 20th century fiber artists, and “Collecting California,” the museum’s first exhibition of contemporary California artists.

Works San Jose, which has moved to South Market Street, will is showcasing work from the 2007 participation-based conceptual project, a artistic dedication to the unrecognized civilian casualties from the ongoing conflict in Iraq. Works will present a selection of 54 submissions to the project, ranging from architecture, social media, geomapping, performance, video and the visual arts.

In addition to the art galleries, Eulipia Restaurant will feature jazz duo SEVA, with Bulgarian modern jazz guitarist Hristo Vitchev and Brazilian Pianist Weber Iago.

For a full listing of all the venues and events at South First Fridays, visit for more information.