photos by Michael S. Lockett | Juneau Empire                                 Local artist Jacqueline Tingey poses with some of her works at the Devil’s Club Brewery during First Friday, March 6.

photos by Michael S. Lockett | Juneau Empire Local artist Jacqueline Tingey poses with some of her works at the Devil’s Club Brewery during First Friday, March 6.

Photos: First Friday brings whale art and oyster shots

A whale of a time.

Downtown’s monthly gathering mixes art with oysters.

Guests look at the 12x12 art exhibits at the Juneau-Douglas City Museum.

Guests look at the 12×12 art exhibits at the Juneau-Douglas City Museum.

Bonilyn Parker shoots an oyster at the Triangle Club on First Friday.

Bonilyn Parker shoots an oyster at the Triangle Club on First Friday.

Dave Lang and Em Lang, proprieters of High Tide Tattoo, pose with some of their merchandise at Kindred Post.

Dave Lang and Em Lang, proprieters of High Tide Tattoo, pose with some of their merchandise at Kindred Post.

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