For much of the year, Juneau’s outdoor public spaces don’t see much action.
They’re often cold, wet and empty. But some of those spots are about to get a little more inviting, even if our dreary skies continue. Later this week, visiting artists will be setting up the Sho-Globe, a temporary shelter and impromptu gathering spot. The structure will be moved from place to place over the course of four days, temporarily redefining the physical and social parameters of those public spaces.