Let Every Woman Know Alaska and Cancer Connection are proud to present the rock band NED (No Evidence of Disease) at 7:30 pm, June 8, at the JACC right after Cancer Connection’s National Survivor Day Event (5-7 pm). Comprised of six gynecologic oncologists from across the country, the band not only tours and produces CDs – NED is what USA Today called ‘a vibrant band of doctors rocking for women with cancer.’
Come to the City Museum from 4:30-7:00pm for the opening reception for our Summer Exhibit: "Stuff, Stories, and Sticky-Notes: Collection Objects & Community Stories". For this exhibit, eleven Juneau community members selected objects from our Permanent Collection and wrote stories, poems, and historical pieces inspired by these objects. Feel like writing your own story about an object? You can! Objects from our Education Collection will also be on view with large sticky notes for visitors to add their own writing to the exhibit.
The Juneau Pro-Choice Coalition is hosting LUNAFEST, short films, by, for about women, on January 20, 2017 at Centennial hall.
15% of the proceeds goes to the Breast Cancer fund.
Doors open for the silent auction at 6 pm, event starts at 6:30. Everyone is welcome.
Tickets are available at Hearthside Books, from JPCC Board Members and at LUNAFEST.org for $12.00 OR at the door for $15.00
For more information go to www.juneauchoice.com
French photographer Pol Corvez will discuss his current exhibit at the Museum, “North Douglas Highway Mailboxes,” as well as his career in photography. This event is free. Doors will open at 6:45pm, and there will be a question and answer session following the presentation.
Local artist Fumi Matsumoto will show the film "Honor & Sacrifice," which tells the story of Roy Matsumoto, her father, and his experiences in a Japanese internment camp during World War II. After the film, she will discuss her artwork and how it has been influenced by the experiences of her father and others in her family.
Come view three new exhibits at the Juneau-Douglas City Museum: “North Douglas Highway Mailboxes,” photographs by Pol Corvez in the Murray Gallery, “A Braided Way: Poetry, Parenting & Place,” by Aleria Jensen and Jonas Lamb in the Video Room Gallery, and “It’ji Shaanáx: The Glowing Valley,” an exhibit of paintings, photographs, and objects relating to Mount Juneau, in the Map Case Gallery.
Learn the basic techniques of hand building ceramics: coils, slabs, and pinch pots, as you make a working ceramic whistle. Suitable for ages 7 and up. All welcome, no membership necessary. $5 suggested donation for materials.
December 21, 5 p.m., Juneau Cabaret returns to Rockwell Ballroom for a special rush hour Holiday Extravaganza to celebrate its 30th performance. As always, the show is pay-as-you-can. Many local singers and accompanists will be featured. David Sheakley-Early will play drums.