First Friday in September

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The oil and acrylic paintings of Barbara Gabel will be on display at the Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors Center during the September 1 First Friday.

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 31. So, what can you look forward to on First Friday, September 1?

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.

2 Street Gallery, inside the Co-Op Plaza, will showcase When Ravens Dream, an exhibit of raven-themed artwork by Sandra Westcott. – RSVP + READ 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.

Co-Op Plaza will host live music by the Pinkgrass Girls from 5-8PM.

Fairbanks Arts Association hosts artists sculptures by Nancy Burnham and watercolors by Deb Horner . – RSVP READ MORE

Fairbanks Community and Dog Mushing Museum features Raven Spirits: A Rising Consortium, a collection of raven sculptures by Mary Ann Fortune. – RSVP

If Only…a fine store features handmade silk scarves from India. – RSVP  + READ MORE

Keller Architecture + Allied Arts features the new, experimental artwork of Tamara Wilson. – RSVP

Rings & Things, inside the Co-Op Plaza, showcases country & western music by Trent Zachgo and a display by Permafrost Beards, as well as the Alaskan photos of Rachael Marney, Jesse Davis, and Jason Wysong. – RSVP

McCafferty’s features a performance by 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 oil and acrylic artwork by Barbara Gabel. – RSVP + READ MORE

The Hub and Heart Stream Yoga are hosting a murder mystery party. – RSVP

Venue, in the Lathrop Building, will feature Lured, a collection of works by Devin Huffman. – RSVP

Well Street Art Co. showcases Find Your Way Home, a solo exhibit by Elizabeth Ero Irving. – RSVP

Woven Sylver, inside the Co-Op Plaza, highlights the artistic jewelry of Klinda Gordon . – RSVP