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Monthly Exhibits

Bunnell’s flagship program opens the first Friday of every month with an artist’s reception, and artist talk which are free and open to the public. A community tradition established by Bunnell Street Art Center in 1991, exhibitions continue to promote education and artistic awareness for the public, networking, exchange and professional development for Alaskan artists. Bunnell’s Visual Art Exhibition Program, has a national profile.

The Visual Arts Exhibition program is sponsored by art sales, individual donors and local business sponsors.
Artist call for proposals is open September 1 - October 31 annually.
This year...

Lisa Wood and Steve Gordon, Exhibit, July 2022

More information coming soon.

Cynthia Morelli and Colleen Firmin Thomas, Exhibit, June 2022

BUNNELL STREET ARTS CENTER PRESENTS CYNTHIA MORELLI AND COLLEEN THOMAS, EXHIBITING JUNE 2022 Homer artist Cynthia Morelli and mixed media artist Colleen Firmin Thomas exhibit together at Bunnell Street Arts Center…

Amber Webb, Exhibit and Artist in Residence May 2022

BUNNELL STREET ARTS CENTER WELCOMES AMBER WEBB, EXHIBITING ARTIST IN RESIDENCE, MAY 2022 Amber Webb’s drawings on panel inspired by Yu’pik storytelling illustrate the evolution and strength of Indigenous people, as…

Protection: Adaptation and Resilience Exhibit Opens at The Pratt Museum, June 2022

Nationally touring exhibition, Protection: Adaptation and Resistance opens at the Pratt Museum, Saturday, June 11 from 4 - 6pm, with an artist/curator talk at 5 pm. In times of pandemic,…

Berith Stennabb, February Artist in Residence February and March Exhibit 2022

Bunnell Street Arts Center is pleased to present Berith Stennabb, a visual artist from Skovde, Sweden, in residence February 5 to March 31, as part of a reciprocal exchange with…

Don Decker, Exhibit, February 2022

Thin Ice Artist Statement: I have been walking the trails, forests and shores of Alaska for 50 years, always in the company of a loyal dog. The sub-arctic environment has…

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