SEPTEMBER First Friday

Every First Friday of the month downtown Juneau is buzzing with fresh art on display in galleries, restaurants, cafes, and other local businesses. Receptions are held, drinks and hors d’oeuvres are served to the public.

Here at the Juneau Arts & Culture Center (JACC) we host a reception from 4:30pm-7pm at our JAHC Gallery for our most recent artists work on display.

Now showing at the JAHC Gallery:

“Celebrating 30 Years with
Juneau Jazz & Classics”

jjc sep opening poster 2This year, to launch our 30th Anniversary season, we have a new and very special celebration planned: a First Friday Gallery Opening at the Juneau Arts & Culture Center, welcoming the entire community to share their own recollections of Jazz & Classics Festivals past while looking ahead to the future. Our friend and cellist Zuill Bailey will be at the Gallery Opening on September 4th from 5 to 6:30 pm for a Meet & Greet. On display will be memorabilia from the three decades of the Festival, and JJ&C will be unveiling their new logo for the 30th Year Anniversary, designed by local artist Tanna Peters.

We hope you’ll join us for First Friday at the JACC, as well as “Three Men and a Baby Grand” on Sunday, September 6th, featuring violinist Benjamin Breen, pianist Awadagin Pratt, and of course cellist Zuill Bailey. The performance begins at 7 p.m., also at the JACC, and is a benefit for our 2016 Festival. Juneau Jazz & Classics truly has a stellar season ahead, and this promises to be a wonderful weekend of new memories in the making, as we all tune up together.

About Juneau Jazz & Classics: Juneau Jazz & Classics is an annual festival whose mission is to bring world-class jazz, blues and classical musicians to Juneau to provide rich musical experiences and educational opportunities throughout Juneau and remote communities in Southeast Alaska.  The Festival is designed to teach as well as to enrich; to serve those who can afford to purchase tickets and those who cannot; to foster a love of music in all children, while inspiring and encouraging aspiring young musicians; to reach out to audiences of all ages and from all walks of life; to offer musical diversity in a variety of locations; and, to attract visitors to the community.

The “First Friday” opening reception will be held on September 4th, from 4:30 until 7:00pm. Light refreshments will be provided.

For information, please call 586-2787 or visit www.jahc.org.

List of Galleries that often have shows: 

  • 917 Building, 917 Glacier Ave,
  • Alaska Robotics Gallery, 220 Front St., 523-0303
  • Alaska State Museum, Closed until 2016 
  • Alaska State Library in Juneau, 8th floor of State Office Building.
  • Alaskan Brewing Depot, 219 S Franklin 780-5938 First Friday only
  • Annie Kaill?s, 44 Front St. 586-2880
  • Art Sutch Photography, 221 Seward
  • Aunt Claudia?s Dolls, 114 S Franklin Suites 102, 103, 105 (above Hearthside Books)
  • Aurora Healing Arts, 114 S Franklin, 586-5700
  • Bauer/Clifton Interiors, 119 Second St
  • Blue Mussel Aesthetics, 800 Glacier Ave #103, 723-6188
  • Caribou Crossing, 387 S Franklin, across from Library
  • Changing Tides, 175 S Franklin 2nd Floor 4 ? 7 pm
  • Coppa, 917 Glacier Ave #102, 586-3500 (Open until 10 pm on First Friday).
  • Cycle Alaska, 1107 W 8th street, 780-2253
  • Douglas Public Library, 1016 E 3rd St, Douglas, 364-2378
  • Fairweather Gallery, 207 S Franklin, 789-1404
  • GCI, 118 Seward St. 586-3320
  • Goldbelt Hotel, 51 Egan Drive, 586-6900
  • Hearthside Books: , 254 Front St, 586-1726
  • Heritage Coffee Franklin St, 174 S Franklin St. 586-1087
  • Heritage Second Street , 216 2nd Street, 586-1752
  • Jinéit, One Sealaska Plaza
  • Juneau Artists Gallery , 175 S Franklin, 586-9891
  • Juneau Arts & Humanities, 350 Whittier St. 586-2787
  • Juneau-Douglas City Museum , 114 W 4th St, 586-3572
  • Juneau Photo Group, 228 Seward St
  • Mallott for Governor, Future Stars of Alaska, Seward St.
  • Miner?s Postal, 103 Front St, 586-8335
  • Mountainside Wellness, 4th floor Articorps Building, 418 Harris St.
  • KTOO, 360 Egan Drive.  586-1670
  • Northern Oasis Wellness Spa, 315 3rd, 957-8557
  • Rainforest Yoga, 175 S Franklin, 2nd floor
  • Red Dog, 278 S Franklin, 463-3658
  • Rockwell Restaurant, 109 S Franklin, 463-4340
  • Samovars, 245 Marine Way, 500-9980
  • Shoefly, 109 Seward St, 586-1055
  • Sketch Studio, corner of Front & Main St (behind Kenny?s) 957-2061
  • Silverbow Back Room, 120 2nd St, 586-4146
  • The Canvas, 223 Seward St, 586-1750.
  • The Glory Hole, 247 S Franklin 586-4159
  • The Rookery, 111 Seward St, 463-3013, proceeds benefit AWARE
  • Vanity, 204 N Franklin (above High Tide Tattoo) 957-8881
  • Whale Project, 230 Seward St
  • Wilderness Peaks, 159 S Franklin
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