"The Art of Imperfection" by Keren GoldbergBelle

Keren's exhibit features mixed media works that are about embracing imperfection and exploring different mediums and techniques. Through her art, she hopes to shed light on the importance of mental health and its impact on our everyday lives.

"Splash Photography" by Bing Carrillo

Bing's exhibit features a colorful collection of new works that explore various methods of capturing splashes with photography. These photos are taken with flashes in the background and foreground that have colored gels that are triggered to flash at same time.

Both Keren and Bing's work will be on display through September 2024. The exhibits can be viewed whenever the building is open for public events. Visit: for event listings at Centennial Hall, or call 907-586-2787 for more information.


January-March 2024: “North-South”, a collection of photographs captured between Alaska and Mexico featuring urban images and art in nature by Teri Tibbett.
April-June 2024: “Juneau Wildlife Portraits – Photographs and Paintings”, featuring wildlife photographs by Christopher Grau and original acrylic paintings by Susan Watson.
July-September 2024: “I can't do it right, so do it wrong. The art of Imperfection", a mixed media showcase of paper quilling, pen sketches, and abstract paintings by Keren Goldbergbelle
July-September 2024: “Splash”, a collection of photographs featuring a combination of flash and timing techniques by Bing Carrillo.

Gallery Hours

The Davis Gallery and Lobby Shop is generally open any day Centennial Hall is open or during a public event. Enter through the courtyard and ring the doorbell to browse your favorite products made by local artists. You can reach us at (907) 586-5369.

About the Davis Gallery

The Davis Gallery in Centennial Hall is a flexible space that features exhibits by Alaskan artists and groups selected to illuminate the history, culture, and local environment. Gallery exhibits typically open quarterly with public receptions from 4:00-7:00pm during First Friday. The Davis Gallery also serves as an additional Lobby Shop space with many unique, handmade items by local Alaskan artists.

About the JAHC Gallery Program

The JAHC Gallery Program supports both established and emerging Alaskan artists showing new works, while representing the broadest spectrum of visual art media. There are two gallery spaces available to artists: the Arts Council Gallery at the JACC and the Davis Gallery in Centennial Hall. 

For more information about the Gallery Program, contact Rachelle Bonnett, Gallery Manager at (907) 586-2787 or by emailing

Applications for the JAHC Gallery Season (October through September each year) are usually posted in March and due at the end of April each year. All interested parties are invited to apply. Visit the Calls for Art page for additional opportunities. 

Support the Arts in Juneau

You can help us continue to support artists by making a one-time donation or becoming a member of the Juneau Arts & Humanities Council. Donate HERE!

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