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December at the Museum
Rain Chains by Rachael Juzeler
In Our Galleries:
Rachael Juzeler: Gift Shop Artist
"Creating someting pretty and useful with our garbage, one piece at a time" is Rachael's description of her work transforming glass into rain-chains and tile coasters. Available for sale through the end of December.
Toby Harbanuk: Infinite Visibility
Infinite Visibility, presents our 21st century life amongst glaciers, the Tongass National Forest and the northern Inside Passage via stereographic, aerial photographs. Toby also has items for sale in the gift shop.
Dale DeArmond: The Hat Series
The 14 wood engraving prints of Alaska Native headwear are on display through April 19, 2014.
Coming in January
Ordinary Things / Extraordinary Tales
A Community-Curated Exhibit
Handmade Metal Berry Picker, selected by Alida Bus
Thirteen members of the arts community in Juneau were invited to be guest curators for this exhibit which examines the way objects serve as a reflection of ourselves. The exhibit opens with a reception on January 3rd from 4:30 to 7:30 pm and continues through February 1, 2014.
Exhibition Opportunities :
12 x 12 Community Exhibit : Black & White
Artists of all ages are encouraged to create works within the parameters of a 12 inch square or a cube and submit it to the exhibition which opens in February.
Quilt Exhibit: Outside My Window
In collaboration with the Capital City Quilters, the Museum seeks submissions from community members. Quilts are due by March 18.
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The Juneau-Douglas City Museum fosters among its diverse audiences an awareness of Juneau's cultural heritage, values and community memory so we may draw strength and perspective from the past, inspire learning, and find purpose for the future. As a public trust, we collect, preserve, interpret, and exhibit those materials that document the cultures and history of the Juneau and Douglas area.