Visual Arts

First Friday at Palette with Misty Hunnell! Art show and open studio.
Artist Sara Tabbert presents new prints and carved wood panels in her show titled, "Recent Explorations."
First Impressions: Coloring the Quiet.
Hear from curators Cindy Burlingham and Andrew Hunter from the Art Gallery of Ontario about "The Idea of North," an exhibition they curated with comedian Steve Martin about 20th-century Canadian painter Lawren Harris. Admission is half-price as part of the museum's Friday night series Polar Nights.
Connect with an expert to find out what they do, how they do it, and experience the engaging aspects of their work through an interactive project. Photo Archivist for the Atwood Resource Center, Sara Piasecki, presents an open-house style exploration of archived photos from the Collections. This drop-in gathering has a maximum capacity of 25 participants.
Activities for children of all ages will be themed to Earth Day. Play at a renewable energy station, turn recyclable materials into art in ArtLab, or learn how to utilize light in the Arctic with our Solar North activity. Free general admission all day thanks to Wells Fargo sponsorship.
What was once background noise is now a live concert experience. Board the museum’s oversized elevator and enjoy music by KillBill Sax.
Alaska bead and gem annual May show.
Christine Fortner will present a guide to figure-drawing, with Mark McDermott as our live model.  If you would like to try your hand, bring a small set of materials and paper.  All art lovers are welcome.
Are you into scrap-booking, wycinanki, origami, or card-making? Paper crafters are invited to bring their projects to the Innovation Lab for a fun, creative, day. All skill levels are welcome. Bring your own supplies.
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