MK MacNaughton’s new holiday card designs will be featured at Sketch Studio for First Friday. (Courtesy Photo | MK MacNaughton)

MK MacNaughton’s new holiday card designs will be featured at Sketch Studio for First Friday. (Courtesy Photo | MK MacNaughton)

First Friday brings holiday cards, fiber art food and a lot more

Schedule of events for Friday, Nov. 1.

JAHC: Merridy Davis “Plankton: Science + Art,” Juneau Arts & Culture Center, 350 Whittier St, 4:30-7 p.m. Merridy Davis lives and works in Juneau. Having lived on the West Coast her whole life, it isn’t surprising that the ocean has long captured her imagination. Taking up cutwork as her medium in 2010, Davis found it to be a perfect outlet to challenge her hands while letting her mind wander. With this plankton series, Davis aims to bring attention to these vital marine organisms, while at the same time celebrating their fantastical shapes. The exhibit will be aimed at students of all ages with take-home information to spark further study.

Exhibit up through the month.

The Davis Gallery: Crystal Cudworth, “Three Women,” Centennial Hall 101 Egan Drive, 4:30-7 p.m.

The Davis Gallery at Centennial Hall presents “Three Women,” a solo exhibition by Crystal Cudworth. On display will be a large-scale painting representing the artist’s great-grandmother along with two other elderly women. The occasion is the recording of a folk song. This work is a departure from the artist’s repertoire of landscape work.

Exhibit up through the month.

Alaska State Library, Archives, and Museum: Film screening with Wayne Price, opening of “All-Alaska Biennial Exhibit,” artist talk with Kathryn Rousso and book signing with Linda Buckley, 395 Whittier St., 4:30-8 p.m. The opening reception for the exhibit is sponsored by the Friends of the Alaska State Library, Archives and Museum and will run from 4:30-7 p.m. The Store at the APK will host the book launch and signing for Linda Buckley’s new book, “The Bear in the Blueberry,” from 4:30-7 p.m. At 5 p.m., watch “Journeys to Adaka,” a documentary film featuring Tlingit master carver Wayne Price, then join Wayne and Cherri Price for a conversation. At 7 p.m., join artist Kathryn Rousso for a talk about her art and the two baskets selected for All-Alaska Biennial.

There will be a reception for Linda Buckley’s new book, “The Bear in the Blueberry,” at the Store at the APK as part of First Friday. (Courtesy Photo | Linda Buckley)

There will be a reception for Linda Buckley’s new book, “The Bear in the Blueberry,” at the Store at the APK as part of First Friday. (Courtesy Photo | Linda Buckley)

All-Alaska Biennial is on display from Nov. 1 through Jan. 11, 2020. The film screening and artist talk are First Friday only.

Coppa: Mercedes Muñoz Ceramics, 917 Glacier Ave No. 102, 4-6 p.m. Mercedes Muñoz is a local ceramic artist, who creates functional wheel thrown and hand built vessels at her home studio in Juneau. Muñoz crafts porcelain mugs, bowls, platters and other functional styles that can be used and enjoyed in everyday life.

Exhibit up through the month.

Alaska Fair Share Campaign Event at The Hangar Ballroom: Leah Bennett, Painter, Hangar Ballroom, 2 Marine Way Suite 106, 5-7:30 p.m. The Hangar Ballroom will feature local painter Leah Bennett and her most recent collection of watercolor paintings that are a dreamy mix of surrealism and abstractionist, influenced heavily by the gorgeous Southeast landscape. Art will be displayed at the Alaska Fair Share campaign event.

First Friday only.

Sealaska Heritage: Featured artists Garnet Ann Designs, Renee Culp, and Jayne Dangeli, and free exhibit admission, Walter Soboloff Building, 105 S. Seward St. 4:30-7 p.m. Sealaska Heritage Institute will host featured artists Garnet Ann Designs, Renee Culp and Jayne Dangeli in the lobby of the Walter Soboleff Building, as well as free admission to the exhibit “Our Grandparents’ Names on the Land.” In addition, the SHI Store will be offering 30% off selected kuspuks.

Fist Friday only.

Juneau-Douglas City Museum: Rachael Juzeler Opening Reception: DeConstructed ReFuse V,114 W. Fourth St. 4:30-7 p.m. This event is free, and the artwork will be for sale. Juzeler’s artwork is inspired by the Juneau-Douglas environment. “ReConstructed Refuse V” will showcase non-traditional chandeliers, wall pieces, mosaics and sculptures created from broken window glass, rusted objects, abandoned shrimp pots, discarded construction materials, textiles and beach detritus.

The reception is First Friday only. The exhibit will be on display through Nov. 29.

Annie Kaill’s: Barbara Lavallee, Alice Tersteeg and Jim Hopkins, 124 Seward St., 4:30-7 p.m. Annie Kaill’s will be featuring three great Alaskan artists: Barbara Lavallee, Alice Tersteeg and Jim Hopkins. Lavallee’s work features uplifting images with stylized depictions of Alaskans in everyday scenes. Tersteeg is a Juneau artist who works in many mediums from watercolor to pastel to chalk. Hopkins is a local jewelry artist working with fossilized ivory. His ivory jewelry uses ethically sourced fossilized walrus tusks from Saint Lawrence Island in Alaska, as well as fossilized mammoth ivory from Alaska. Each piece is hand-crafted to highlight the unique aspects of the particular ivory selection.

Exhibit up through the month.

Sketch Studio: MK MacNaughton Holiday Cards Pre-Order Party, 122 Front St., 4-7 p.m. Check out MK MacNaughton’s new holiday card designs and pre-order the style and quantity you need.

Sketch will be closed from Nov. 4-15 and will be open again Nov. 18.

MK MacNaughton’s new holiday card designs will be featured at Sketch Studio for First Friday. (Courtesy Photo | MK MacNaughton)

MK MacNaughton’s new holiday card designs will be featured at Sketch Studio for First Friday. (Courtesy Photo | MK MacNaughton)

Exhibit up through the month.

Rainforest Yoga: Mary Neary, 171 Shattuck Way, Suite 202B, 5:15-6:15 p.m. This will be a relaxing gentle yoga class incorporating breath with movement, longer holds and relaxing restorative postures.

First Friday only.

Barnaby Brewing: Rebekah Johnson, 165 Shattuck Way, 4:30-8 p.m. Barnaby Brewing is hosting Rebekah Johnson this month. Johnson works with acrylic on canvas.

Exhibit up through the month.

Triangle Club Bar: Napkin Art Competition, 251 Front St., 4 p.m.-midnight. Triangle Club’s annual napkin art competition starts on First Friday in November. Customers are encouraged to decorate a napkin. Napkins will be displayed until Gallery Walk in December. During Gallery Walk people will vote on their favorite napkin. Cash prizes will be awarded after Gallery Walk weekend.

The Triangle Club Bar’s annual napkin art contest will start this week for First Friday, Winners Will be announced during Gallery Walk in December. This drawing was an entry in the 2018 contest. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)

The Triangle Club Bar’s annual napkin art contest will start this week for First Friday, Winners Will be announced during Gallery Walk in December. This drawing was an entry in the 2018 contest. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)

Exhibit up through the month.

Bustin’ Out Boutique: Tarot Readings with Kaley McGoey and Lindsey Burnet, 234 Front Street, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Bustin’ Out Boutique is excited to feature Tarot Readings with Kaley McGoey and Lindsey Burnet for a small fee with pre-made questions to make sure everyone who wants a reading gets one. Feel free to schedule an appointment with either lady for a longer Tarot reading. Martha’s Flowers will also be at the shop with new Celestial Wreaths for viewing and purchasing. From 4:30-7 p.m., there will be an adult Halloween with light snacks, candy and warm beverages.

First Friday only.

Alaska Robotics: “A Bit of Juneau” by Pat Race, 220 Front St., 4:30-8 p.m. “A Bit of Juneau” features new work by local filmmaker and illustrator Pat Race. Pixel art. The exhibit includes watercolor sketches and digital illustrations inspired by Southeast Alaska.

Exhibit up through the month.

Devil’s Club Brewing Co: Chris Colleran, Colleran Art, 100 N. Franklin St. 4-8 p.m. Chris Colleran of Colleran Art is back at Devil’s Club Brewing Company for November’s First Friday with new abstract canvases, including some of his famous fluid resin pours. Never pre-planning any of his work, Colleran paints until he likes what he sees.

Exhibit up through the month.

Harbor Tea & Spice: Holiday Flavorites, 175 S. Franklin St., Suite 105, 4:30-7:30 p.m. Harbor Tea & Spice will feature their In-House Spice Blends. A chance to taste them on morsels of cheese, meat and veggies and, of course, tea.

First Friday only.

Kindred Post: “Noods: An Interactive Crocheted Ramen Photo Booth” by Rebecca Hsieh, 145 S. Franklin St., 4:30-7 p.m. Choose giant-sized toppings and make your bowl as cost and delicious as possible. Rebecca Hsieh loves to dabble in all the art forms with a focus in fiber arts and is inspired by nature, her travels and food.

“Noods: An Interactive Crocheted Ramen Photo Booth” will be at Kindred Post for First Friday. Rebecca Hsieh, dabbles in many art forms with a focus in fiber arts and is inspired by nature, her travels and food. (Courtesy Photo | Kindred Post)

“Noods: An Interactive Crocheted Ramen Photo Booth” will be at Kindred Post for First Friday. Rebecca Hsieh, dabbles in many art forms with a focus in fiber arts and is inspired by nature, her travels and food. (Courtesy Photo | Kindred Post)

First Friday only.

Juneau Artists Gallery: Marty Sharp, Watercolorist, Senate Building, 175 S. Franklin St. 6:30-9 p.m. Water colorist Marty Sharp is the featured artist for the month of November at the Juneau Artists Gallery. Sharp gets her inspiration from the natural beauty of Southeast Alaska as well as the people and interesting towns of the area. Treats will be provided. Information about oil painting and life drawing classes will be available in Lue Issac’s JAG gallery space. For more information, contact Lue Issac at 206-992-2553 or mizlueisacc@gmail.com.

Exhibit up through the month.

Alaskan Brewing Company Depot: First Friday Festivities, 219 S. Franklin St. 4:30-7 p.m. Beer samples and snacks will be provided at the downtown location from 4:30-7 p.m.

First Friday only.

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