June First Friday listings

Scott & Donna Johnson & Mandi Canady

Barnaby Brewing Company

206-1 N. Franklin Street

Reception: 4:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Scott and Donna Johnson and their daughter Mandi will be our featured artists of the month. Mandi runs a business called “Out-Of-Paper Designs.” She uses scrapbook paper to create Alaskan-inspired pieces revolving around the scenery and wildlife. Scott and Donna will showcase their works that also have a focus on scenic landscapes and wildlife. BBC will be offering a limited release of our wood-aged Slacktide Barleywine.

Terri Gallant, paintings

Gold Town Theater

171 Shattuck Way, Suite 109

Reception: 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Gold Town Theater will be featuring local artist Terri Gallant’s paintings – “Silver Screen Sirens.”

Grand opening party

Salon Anahata

230 Seward St.

4:30 p.m.-close

A certified AVEDA representative will be flying in and doing free skin care consultations and makeup applications. There will be free samples and discounted products.

50 masks

Walter Soboleff Building

105 S. Seward St.

Reception: 4:30-8 p.m.

Sealaska Heritage will offer free admission to its Alaska Native Masks exhibit, featuring more than 50 masks from around the state. SHI will also feature two Tlingit artists in the foyer: jewelry by Renee Culp, and healing salves, moccasins, and cedar work from Rhonda Butler. The Sealaska Heritage Store will be offering 25 percent off Octopus Ink t-shirts. All are welcome.


The Canvas Community Art Studio & Gallery

223 Seward St.

Reception: 4:30-7 p.m.

“Re-claimed” with Alex Botelho, Grace Corrigan, Glo Ramirez and Tobie Weston.


Annie Kaill’s

244 Front St.

Reception: 4:30-7 p.m.

“Levitation” an exhibition with Pia Reilly, Janine Gibbons, and Cara Murray. The three friends are all longtime Southeast Alaskans – Pia and Janine from Petersburg, and Cara from Haines and Sitka. The show was envisioned as an opportunity to reconnect with each other, while sharing positive and uplifting art with the community. “Levitation” is a celebration of spring, life, color, and beauty.

Featuring Travis Croteau

Kindred Post

145 S. Franklin St.

Reception: 4:30-7 p.m.

Come for live music by Travis Croteau, snacks, and neighborhood vibes.

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