Masks are required. Call 907 586-5283 for Centennial Hall Hours. JACC is still closed

Poster Hanging

The Arts Council offers a community Postering Service for businesses and organizations offering events and activities happening in town.

$35 for 40 basic posters (8.5x11) OR for 20 oversized posters (anything larger than 8.5x11) and 20 basic posters.

Tips for Posters:

  • Double check your event dates, start times and contact info before printing.
  • Bring your posters to us 2-3 weeks before your event.
  • Check out our poster route online. Please know that some locations have stipulations, or take down posters after they have been up a certain amount of time.
  • If your budget allows, considering doing 2 postering runs, spaced every 2-3 weeks.

Print your posters at Capital Copy, or drop them there by Tuesdays at noon, with a note to put them in the JAHC box. They'll be picked up and posted around town over the next two days.

Here is the poster board list* although not every location is open and accepting posters at this time.
*if you know of new or defunct public bulletin boards, please let us know by calling 586-ARTS (2787) or emailing so that we all have the most accurate list of community poster boards in Juneau.
You can also use our Virtual Board to add your information to our web site and the community calendar.


Check out everything going Virtual Poster Board! You can scroll up and down in the contained window, and click each card to pop it out and learn more information. Events are organized by date. If you'd like to add your poster to the board, click the button above "Form for Virtual Poster Board."


Add your event to the

Community Calendar >>


We do our best to maintain a comprehensive calendar of all events in the community, not just the arts events.

Events held in the JACC, promoted on posters we hang, and ticketed through the Box Office automatically are mentioned in the weekly Arts Up! Update on KTOO and KXLL. No charge - just part of the services your local arts council provides to the community.

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