First Friday in August

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Enjoy scientific illustrations by Kristin Link only at the Bear Gallery!

Downtown will host numerous First Friday’s this week. All shows runs from 5-8PM unless otherwise noted. While there are no doubt going to be several other First Friday’s at venues not yet listed, this is what we know about as of Thursday, August 3. So, what can you look forward to on First Friday, August 4?

2 Street Gallery, inside the Co-Op Plaza, will showcase travel writer Mollie Foster. – RSVPREAD MORE

Alaska House Art Gallery features the paintings and drawings of Claire Fejes. The evening also includes the jewelry of Don Standing Bear and lie music by Ron Veliz. – RSVP

Fairbanks Arts Association hosts artists Kristin Link and Colleen Thomas. – RSVPREAD MORE

Fairbanks Community and Dog Mushing Museum features artwork by Virginia Gourley. 

If Only…a fine store features “Uno de 50”, a collection of Made-in-Spain jewelry designed by Jose Azulay and inspired by nature. – RSVP

McCafferty’s features an evening performance with the cafe’s house band – Sand Castle. The band performs contemporary folk, rock and retro pop Friday and Saturday nights from 8:30 – 10:30.

Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors features artwork by Anne Aleshire and Dee Carpenter. – RSVP

River City Cafe & Espresso showcases the photography of Wayne Jex.

The Hub and Heart Stream Yoga shows the works of Poem By Becca and artwork by the students at Spruce Tree Montessori School. – RSVP

Venue, in the Lathrop Building, will feature fine art prints and interactive exhibits by Todd Paris. – RSVP

Well Street Art Co. features the mixed media works of Madara Mason. Her art explores nostalgia, non-narrative histories and women’s work in a contemporary frame. – RSVP

Woven Sylver, inside the Co-Op Plaza, highlights the artwork of Karlynn Johnson. The event runs from 5-9PM. – RSVP

If you are a parent or family with children, be sure to learn about Kids Night In at the Fairbanks Children’s Museum! A great opportunity for your kids to play and learn while you enjoy artwork in downtown Fairbanks.