Welcome to Season 50!

Upcoming events, programs, and opportunities for the 2023-24 year are listed below. The event dates listed may change - please check back here for updates.


Annual Membership Meeting: October 18, 2023
Gallery Walk:
December 1, 2023
Clink! Wine Tasting: February 9, 2024
Kathy Kolkhorst Ruddy Awards for the Art: Moving to Summer 2025
Juneau Food Festival & Farmers Market: September 7, 2024
Wearable Art Extravaganza: September 21-22, 2024

Season 50 Artwork by Avery Skaggs | Part of the "Home: Disability & Creativity in a Pandemic Lockdown" collection Acrylic Painting on Wood, 2021 

SEASON 50 EVENTS & Fundraisers

Clink! Wine Tasting, February 2024

An annual fundraiser with an in-person wine tasting featuring select wines from Specialty Imports. 

Gospel Choir & Celebrations, February 2024

A week-long Gospel Choir Workshop and Concert, in partnership with Black Awareness Association, Juneau AK

Kathy Kolkhort Ruddy Awards for the Arts, Moving to Summer 2025

An biennial event that highlights and honors individuals and businesses for their contributions in the arts, culture, and humanities in Juneau.

Wearable Art Extravaganza, September 2024

This spectacular celebration of creativity is a major fundraising event for JAHC fine art scholarships and individual artist grants. 

Concerts at the JACC

Quarteto Nuevo, October 2023 

World Chamber Jazz Ensemble, performing on Monday, October 9, 7-9pm. 

Juneau Piano Series, November 2023 - May 2024

Nov 4, 2023, at 7pm: Jon Hayes
Nov 12, 2023, at 3pm: Mei Xue and Jon Hayes
Feb 10, 2024, at 7pm: Kyle Farley-Robinson and Jia Jia Maas
Feb 16, 2024, at 7pm: Jon Hays
May 19, 2024, at 3pm: Barbara Mirano
May 25, 2024, at 7pm: Andrew Sohn

Barbra Lica, March 2024

Canadian Jazz Singer and Songwriter, performing on Tuesday, March 26, 7-9pm. 


First Friday, monthly (year-round)

First Friday plays a vital role in keeping Juneau's art scene hopping! Join local businesses, organizations, artists, and the public for a free community event the first Friday of every month.

Gallery Walk, December

A Juneau Holiday tradition that celebrates the community at the time of year where Downtown Juneau belongs to the locals. 

Stuffed! Holiday Market, December 

This market features items made/designed in Alaska... perfect for stocking stuffers or unique gifts for your loved ones. All products sold during this market are $25 or less!

Fresh Air Markets, June-August

Monthly outdoor markets featuring a variety of local vendors with products ranging from arts & crafts, baked goods, books, & more!

Juneau Food Festival & Farmers Market, September

A local celebration of sustainability - featuring homegrown food, produce, arts, and workshops. 


Technically Art Seminar Series

A seminar series focused on the work that goes on behind the scenes: learn how to host an exhibit at your business, how to become a professional performer, how to run an event, and more.

Art Glasses 

Art workshops led by a local artist. Learn how to make holiday wreaths, how to quilt, printmaking techniques, and more. Workshops are held in person or virtually. Tickets include supplies. 

Poetry Out Loud

Poetry Out Loud is a national poetry recitation competition for high school students. By encouraging youth to learn about great poetry through memorization and performance, students can master public speaking skills, build self-confidence, and learn about their literary heritage.

Participating partners host their own local competitions to determine which students advance to a video-adjudicated regional competition, with 10 students from across Alaska will advance to a state competition to be held in March 2023. Each year, the state champion advances to the national finals in Washington, D.C. and competes for a $20,000 college scholarship.

Schools across the state are invited to register as participating locations now through November 15, 2022. Learn more and register here.

Stress-Free Art Nights

A new program offered monthly the week before First Friday, in partnership with the Juneau Douglas City Museum & the Free Little Art Gallery.


Arts Education

Through collaborative work with partners like the Juneau School District, we strive to provide arts education opportunities to enrich arts, humanities, and cultural learning for children. Arts education programs include:

  • Any Given Child
  • Artists in the Schools
  • Poetry Out Loud
  • Artful Teaching
  • After School Enrichment
  • Partners in Education
  • Teaching Artists & Academy

Fine Art Scholarships & Grants

Annual funding opportunities for students, individual artists, and organizations. Current grants and scholarships available include: 

  • Individual Artist Grants
  • Fine Arts Scholarships
  • Advanced Arts Achievement Awards
  • Capacity Grants
  • CBJ Major Grants


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 currently two gallery spaces available to artists: the Arts Council Gallery at the Juneau Arts & Culture Center (JACC), the Davis Gallery in Centennial Hall. The mission of the Galleries is to exhibit artwork that promotes cultural awareness, stimulates creativity, or offers educational opportunities for all visitors. Applications for the Gallery Program typically open in March and close in May. We accept new, emerging, and professional artists into this program, with preference given to artists who live and work in Alaska. Artists outside of Alaska are eligible to apply.

Portable Southeast

Portable Southeast is a new exhibit opportunity for artists and art venues in Southeast Alaska! This traveling art exhibit program will provide increased exposure for Southeast Alaskan artists, and a region-wide celebration of coastal living for Southeast Alaska communities. Selected pieces will tour the region, exhibiting in 6 communities over 6 months in 2023.

Lobby Shops

Through the Lobby Shop, artists and vendors throughout Alaska are able to market their creations to a wide clientele, and shoppers are able to find unique, beautiful, fanciful and completely Alaskan items. Artists have the opportunity to sell their work in three locations: at the JACC in the Davis Gallery at Centennial Hall, and in our online shop. 


Community Calendar

The Community Calendar is a free digital publicity resource for artists, businesses, and groups in Juneau. Get your events posted to the calendar at least a week in advance and take advantage of our marketing outlets.

Postering & Promotional Services

The Arts Council offers a community Postering Service for businesses and organizations offering events and activities happening in town. Standard fee is $35 for 40 posters. 

Box Office Ticketing

Sell tickets to your event through our Box Office. Call (907) 586-2787 for more information. 

Facility and Equipment Rentals

The Juneau Arts and Humanities Council manages the rentals in both the Juneau Arts and Culture Center and Centennial Hall. 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. Hosting an event somewhere else? The following equipment is available for off-site rentals: portable sounds system, 8x8 and 10x10 pop-up tents, plastic cocktail tables, chairs and more. 

Calls for Art

A free digital resource for artists and organizations - hosting calls for art in Juneau and statewide. 


Art by the people, Art for the people. Art Squared provides programmatic and fiscal sponsorship as needed for events such as the Juneau Piano Series, Poetry Omnibus, Juneau Cabaret, Artists of All Nations, and Music on the Fly. Learn more. 

Juneau Piano Series

The Juneau Piano Series features both visiting and local artists, coordinated by Artistic Director Jon Hays, and performed on the grand piano at the JACC.

Artists of All Nations

Artists of All Nations is a free open studio opportunity in the Main Hall at the JACC from 1 – 5 pm, usually on the last Sunday of the month. Come enjoy working together on your art!

Poetry Omnibus

Poetry OmniBus is a local juried poetry contest, in which selected poems will have the honor of being displayed on city buses for one year. Submissions are accepted January through February annually. Learn more and apply HERE.


Become a member of the Juneau Arts & Humanities Council today! Basic membership in the Arts Council is $40 for an individual, $25 for a student or senior, and $75 for a family. Join HERE.

All members enjoy:

  • 10% discounts on purchases in the Lobby Shop and Davis Gallery,
  • priority selection for volunteer opportunities,
  • use of our Notary Public service,
  • advance ticket access for special events like Wearable Art Extravaganza and Art Glasses,
  • regular updates about happenings in the art community,
  • and the good feeling that comes with helping build our community.
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