Aurora Projekt will host a fundraiser event for Agape Hope Children's Center in Nairobi, Kenya. "Photography for a Good Cause" will feature travel photography by local artist Rosie Ainza printed on canvas.
UAS will host its annual student art show in the Douglas Room of the Baranof Hotel, showcasing new selections from visual arts classes this year. This exhibit will be on view for one night only and runs from: 4:30-9 p.m.
Kodiak jewelry artist and retired fisherwoman Lisa McCormick will show a selection of new work for Gallery Walk. McCormick's handmade silver and gold pendants and earrings have been carried at the locally owned shop for the past 16 years.
Local artist Jim Fowler will open "Visible Light," an exhibit of acrylic landscapes, at Coppa, 917 Glacier Ave. Fowler, an Alaskan since 1973, is primarily a plein-air landscape painter, whose travels around the state are reflected in his work.
Discovery Southeast will offer art walkers first crack at the brand new version of "90 SHort Walks Around Juneau" by Mary Lou King, as well as a chance to renew membership, join or contribute at the event.
The Jewel Box, 248 Front St., will feature unusual gemstones set in one-of- a-kind jewelry designs. Festivities include holiday music by the Chapel by the Lake Bell choir, refreshments and the shop's famous "diamond" cookies.
Juneau Artists Gallery member Les Howard will show a selection of his recent work in wood. New spalted bowls from Lemon Creek Cottonwood and other exotic woods and many other wood creations will be highlighted.
Avery Skaggs will be showing abstract expressionist acrylic paintings and ceramic slabs at the JAHC Gallery at the Juneau Arts & Culture Center. Skaggs, a REACH client who works through the Canvas, experiences cerebral palsy and is quadriplegic.
Thanks to support from the Rasmuson Foundation, this past year Constance Baltuck has been thinking and working large. The results of her "breakthrough" exploration are on display at the City Museum for the month of December.
The Zimbabwe Artists Project, featuring the works of over two dozen fabric artists and board painters from Weya, a rural area near Harare, Zimbabwe's capital, once again returns to Juneau for Gallery Walk at the KTOO building.
KXLL has organized a pop-up First Friday show in the empty storefront at 209 Seward St. featuring art from Abe Wylie, Chris Peloso, Anna Hignite Cramer, Kelsey Lovig, Kaley McGoey and others. Music will be provided by Ak DJ Taco Todd of Alaskan Scorcher.
The empty storefront between the Alaskan Hotel and El Sombrero will host a First Friday event featuring work by various artists and a wine and beer tasting arranged by Specialty Imports.
The event will run from 5:30-9 p.
Rainforest Yoga will offer an hour of free yoga from 5:15 to 6:15 p.m. led by Lindsey Kirchhoff. Rainforest is located above Gold Town Theater in the Emporium Mall. Each First Friday features a different teacher and style.
Chris Peloso's "Toy Selfies" features photographs of toys, rag dolls, and robots presented as "selfies." Peloso writes that the work is "whimsical satire on the ubiquity of modern selfie culture narcissism.
Juneau Photo Group members Laveda Loose and Michelle Rochette will be displaying images centered on Alaska's ocean life. The shop will be offering 50 percent off selected items during Gallery Walk.
Tracy's Crab Shack gift shop is located at 406 S.
Trickster Company will be hosting a Gallery Walk reception showcasing work by local artists and gallery owners Rico Worl and Crystal Worl Demientieff. Rico Worl will also be taking pre-orders on his new line of skis.
Vanity will celebrate two years of business in downtown Juneau with a new exhibit of mixed media abstract art by Jason Lucas. Lucas' work has been on view at the shop since August but this will be an entirely new show.
The Wilderness Peaks Gallery will celebrate its grand re-opening at a new location at 263 South Franklin St. (near the Red Dog Saloon) with a 10-year retrospective exhibit of Daniel Buckscott's photographs of the wilderness of Alaska and Canada.