INTERESTED IN RENTING THE JACC OR CENTENNIAL HALL?
The Juneau Arts and Culture Center and Centennial Hall are owned by the City and Borough of Juneau and managed by the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council. Both buildings are located right next to each other forming a Civic and Culture Campus for Juneau in the heart of the Aak'w Village District.
We offer flexible, scalable space for rent for everything from meetings & conferences, weddings, memorials, fundraisers and concerts. If you're hosting an event somewhere else and need access to equipment, click HERE to learn more and request an equipment rental.
Please scroll down for instructions, more information, and the facilities rental application.
How to book your event at the JACC or Centennial Hall
- Check the JACC Rental Calendar or the Centennial Hall Rental Calendar to see if your proposed event dates are available. Note that pending rentals will not show on the rental calendars - call (907) 586-0484 to confirm.
- Complete the online Rental Application.
- You will be contacted within three days of submitting the application to confirm rental dates and times and to start the contracting process.
- Sign and return your contract, with 30% of rental cost as a deposit to confirm your rental. Please be sure to read the Terms and Conditions, including details about deposits, refunds, food, and beverages.
- We must receive your signed rental contract and deposit no later than 15 days prior to your event, unless otherwise noted.
Our rental rates have changed, click HERE for updated rates for both facilities.
MORE ABOUT THE JUNEAU ARTS & CULTURE CENTER
The building itself was built in 1959-60 as a National Guard Armory until it was decommissioned in 2005. In 2008, the City Assembly agreed to lease the building to the Juneau Arts & Humanities Council. With help from over 200 volunteers, the facility opened in October 2008 as a space devoted to the arts community and to augment the services offered by Centennial Hall. The JACC continues to enjoy active support from the community, and has developed into a true community center.
The Lobby Gift Shop was created with the generous donation of display cases from Raven’s Journey after closing their doors in 2009, allowing us to provide local artists and artisans with an outlet for their wares. The mural paintings on the walls in the Main Hall were done in 1971 by Ivan James. The building was painted as a gift to the community by a local painting company, Herr’s Painting, was re-roofed in 2010, and had electrical upgrades in 2011.
JACC MAIN HALL
The Main Hall at the JACC is used for a number of events, including: weddings, concerts, parties, workshops, and more!
JACC GALLERY SPACE
The JACC Gallery serves as a monthly rotating exhibit space for local artists in Alaska, because of this, sometimes the Gallery is not available for rentals. The Gallery is used for smaller events such as: meetings, classes, trainings, and breakout space.