June 2018 First Friday

JUNE 2018 FIRST FRIDAY EVENTS  “CULTURAL CORRIDOR” – WILLOUGHBY AVE, WHITTIER ST, GLACIER AVE JAHC: Sealaska Heritage Institute “Youth Juried Art Exhibit” 350 Whittier St, 4:30-7:00 PM Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) will open its second, biennial Juried Youth Art Exhibit this week and announce winners during Celebration 2018, scheduled June 6-9.

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May 2018 First Friday

MAY 2018 FIRST FRIDAY EVENTS “CULTURAL CORRIDOR” – WILLOUGHBY AVE, WHITTIER ST, GLACIER AVE JAHC: Ternion (Sets of Three) & Fin, Fur, Feathers, and the Frozen North 350 Whittier St, 4:30-7:00 PM The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council features local artists Amanda Filori and Louise Miller for the month of

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April 2018 First Friday

FIRST FRIDAY EVENTS for APRIL 2018 “CULTURAL CORRIDOR” – WILLOUGHBY AVE, WHITTIER ST, GLACIER AVE JAHC: UAS Spring 2018 Student Art Show 350 Whittier St, 4:30-7:00 PM The Arts Council welcomes the Spring 2018 UAS Student Art Show! With submissions in multiple media by Juneau’s up-and-coming artists, this is always

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Call for Applications: JAHC Gallery Artists

The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council is now accepting applications from artists to exhibit their work during the 2018/19-exhibition season! Selected applicants will display their work in the Gallery for the duration of approximately one month, with an opening reception on First Friday. The Arts Council Gallery Program supports both

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All-City Elementary Art Exhibit Winners Announced

    Juneau School District and Juneau Arts and Humanities Council Announce 2017 Elementary Art Exhibit Winners The Juneau School District and the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council announce the winners of the 2017 All-City Elementary Art Exhibit. The award-winning pieces will be on exhibit in the public libraries this

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January 2018 First Friday Information

See what’s happening on First Friday this month. JAN 2018 FF PSA  

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