NOVEMBER 2009 (PDF) by forrests


									Juneau Arts & Humanities Council, 350 Whittier St. at JACC (former Armory Building). Works by Neil Slotnick and Dan Branch, both working in wood. Slotnick uses a lathe to create bowls, vases, platters, and jewelry from Alaskan wood, Branch hand carves forms using Northwest Coast carving techniques to create masks and images inspired by his surroundings and interests. The artists will donate ½ of their proceeds to support the AWARE shelter. 4:30 - 7pm. ALSO: at 4:30 - 6 pm, in the Main Hall, The Society for Creative Anachronism - a world wide group that strives to re-create aspects of the middle ages and renaissance, - will be demonstrating aspects of their chivalric armoured combat. Alaska State Museum, 395 Whittier St. Juneau’s Dan Fruits will show oil paintings and mono-prints will be held Nov. 14. Stephen Gray, of Anchorage, will show a select grouping of images from his ongoing project, Billy Adventures series, an exploration of the dialectic between the “good little boy” and the dark boundaries of the human psyche. Hall Anderson, of Ketchikan, will show a selection of photographs from Anderson’s 23 years of work as the staff photographer for the Ketchikan Daily News. The images are from a soon to published book of his work. Their shows will run through January 15, 2010. Reception: 4:30-7 pm.

Back Room at the Silverbow Inn & Bakery, 120 2nd.

Juneau-Douglas City Museum, 4th and Main St. The museum presents a new collaborative exhibit titled The “Mighty J” and Only Ten Survived. The “Mighty J” includes objects and photographs from the Juneau-Douglas City Museum’s permanent collection related to the

The Canvas Community Art Studio & Gallery, 223 Seward St. David Riccio and Jackie Manning are the featured artists in November. 10 years. The show will celebrate line, dot, and color. Jackie Manning will show painings and mixed media art in “Humanity and Nature II.” 4:30-7 pm. The Plant People, 224 Seward St. has a background in forensic photography and brings these skills to his explorations of geometry and light. 4:30-7 pm. Annie Kaill’s, 244 Front St, t

Ruby Room, in the Emporium Mall behind Heritage Coffee. at the Ruby Room. The show will feature various techniques including appliqué, hand dyed fabrics, thread and ink drawing, and traditional

Skeins Fine Yarns, 175 S Franklin St (Senate Building).

Hangar Ballroom at The Wharf, 2 Marine Way.

6 - 8:30 pm. UAS Bookstore, Auke Bay, 11798 Glacier Hwy.

Brought to you by: Juneau Arts & Humanities Council 586-ARTS, COMING UP AT JAHC: LAKOTA SIOUX DANCE THEATRE performing Cokata Upo! JDHS AUDITORIUM, NOV 10, 7 PM tickets at

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