FEATURED ARTISTS PATTI JOUPPI AND HALI DENTON
Patti Hutchens Jouppi will exhibit mixed media work; Hali Denton will exhibit work done in pen and ink.
Juneau Arts & Culture Center
Reception: 4:30–7 p.m.
ABSTRACT LANDSCAPES BY MONICA DAUGHERTY
Juneau artist Monica Daugherty will continue to show all new paintings inspired by walks around Juneau in this exploration of place through memory.
917 Glacier Highway
Reception: 4:30–7 pm
NEW WORK BY JEFF DOUGLAS
The Canvas Community Art Studio & Gallery
Jeff Douglas, an artist at The Canvas, will show drawings and paintings.
223 Seward St.
Reception: 4:30-7 p.m.
SOUTHEAST BY SOUTHWEST:
LIVING IN TWO WORLDS
Kathleen Wiest will show original artwork and handmade pottery. Wiest spends summers in Tenakee Springs and winters in Arizona.
244 Front St.
Reception: 4:30-7 p.m.
AT THE ART OF IT
The Rookery Cafe
Kathleen Wayne, along with daughters Nelli, 17, and Anna, 14, open their month-long show. As a way to keep her small children busy and to develop her own love of painting, Kathleen and her daughters started their combined art studio by creating greeting cards. Cards turned into larger drawings and paintings. Kathleen began painting scenes from operas she was in and turned them into thank you cards at the end of the show. Nelli made a habit of always having painting or drawing materials around when she watched TV or listened to music. Many of her drawings were characters from Disney shows or a favorite actor. Anna probably has a more rigid technique than any of the three artists in that she has a specific place in her room where she draws. She likes bold colors and precise geometric design by using Sharpies and rulers.
111 Seward St.
Reception: 4-8 p.m.
Aunt Claudia’s Dolls, a Museum
Aunt Claudia’s Dolls, a Museum will host its post holiday re-vamping with a whole new room featuring art dolls, international dolls and contemporary figures, miniatures and toys. They have “fluffed up” two existing rooms and worked over their new room from the carpet up.
114 S Franklin St. Suite 103
2 to 7 pm Friday; 12 – 5 pm Saturday
FEATURED ARTISTS TONI WEBER, GAIL DABALUZ AND RENEE CULP
Walter Soboleff Building
Sealaska Heritage will host featured artists Toni Weber, Gail Dabaluz and Renee Culp on March 4 for First Friday. As a nod to the upcoming Celebration 2016, the institute will show a highlights video of past Celebrations in Shuká Hít—the clan house. The Sealaska Heritage Store will also offer special discounts.
“March Madness” live photo booth installation from local photographer Konrad Frank: From local to college. Come wearing your favorite sports team gear and show your March Madness pride. Live music by Liz and Leif Saya.
145 S. Franklin St.
Reception: 4:30-7 p.m.
12X12 COMMUNITY EXHIBITION
Juneau-Douglas City Museum
Wear your heart on your sleeve, blow your stack, shake like a leaf, go bananas, get hot under your collar for the Juneau-Douglas City Museum’s 12×12 Community Art Exhibition at the Juneau-Douglas City Museum. “Let’s Get Emotional” is the theme. Artists of all ages responded by creating a work that interprets an emotion of their choosing, within the parameter of a square or a cube, 12 inches by 12 inches (by 12 inches.) On display through April 23rd.
Fourth and Main streets
BOOK SIGNING: FINDING JUNEAU
Hearthside Books downtown
Larry Johansen will sign his most recent book, Finding Juneau: Its People, Places and Past
BOOK SIGNING: THE PERILOUS JOURNEY BEGINS
The Senate Mall
Rich Ritter will sign his recent book The Perilous Journey Begins, the first of a trilogy. He’ll also sign Toil Under the Sun and Heart of Abigail.
4 -7 pm
Open house with guided tours, free snacks, music and door prizes.
213 3rd Street
4:30 – 7 pm
FREE YOGA CLASS
Free yoga led by Rainforest’s May Rose Huntley. Join us for a free fun vinyasa flow and kickstart March and spring with intention and purpose.
Emporium Mall, 174 S. Franklin Street, #202
JUNEAU LYRIC OPERA’S MAN OF LA MANCHA PREVIEW PARTY
The Baranof Hotel’s Bubble Room
Enjoy a drink while cast members sing hit songs from this Broadway classic. Stage director Hal Ryder and set designer Nathan Rodda will be on hand to discuss design renderings on display and their vision. Plus, a few surprises and ticket giveaways. The play runs March 11-13 and 18-20 at JDHS.
127 North Franklin Street
Juneau Artists Gallery
Come by the Juneau Artists Gallery to meet some of the member artists and pick up an application. First Friday treats for all to enjoy.
175 South Franklin Street (Senate Building)
Open until 7 pm
FILM SHOWING: RACING EXTINCTION
Mountain Wellness Studio
Mountainside Wellness will show Racing Extinction, an eco-thriller that examines mankind’s role in mass extinction. Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Louie Psihoyos joins forces with scientists, environmentalists, artists, and engineers to draw attention to this pressing issue, carrying out cutting-edge covert operations that reveal the horrific black-market trade in endangered aquatic species and bringing to light the potentially catastrophic consequences of human activity that threaten to cause unprecedented extinctions across our planet.
418 Harris Street
MacNaughton’s new show features 15 new oil paintings of Juneau and Hawaii, as well as hand-painted t-shirts, mini paintings and prints that make great Easter gifts!
126 Main Street