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Bunnell’s flagship program opens the first Friday of every month with an artist’s reception, lecture, and demonstration workshops 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 and has been funded substantially by the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation since 2006.

The Visual Arts Exhibition program is sponsored by art sales, individual donors and local business sponsors.
This year...

Sheila Wyne Exhibit, August 2021

To protect the most vulnerable among us, we require visitors to wear masks indoors and we are limited 50% capacity for events (30 people total indoors, masked) with overflow on porch. Exhibit Opens (In-person): Friday, August 6, 5-7pm | 6pm…

Linda Infante Lyons Exhibit, July 2021

To protect the most vulnerable among us, we require visitors to wear masks indoors and we are limited 50% capacity for events (30 people total indoors, masked) with overflow on porch. Exhibit Opens (In-person): Friday, July 2nd 5-7pm | 6pm…

Antoinette Walker and Carla Potter Exhibit, June 2021

To protect the most vulnerable among us, we require visitors to wear masks indoors and we are limited 50% capacity for events (30 people total indoors, masked) with overflow on porch. Exhibit Opening (In-person): Friday, June 4th 5-7pm | 6pm…

David Brame, Local Artist in Residence and Exhibit, January 2021

DUSTY FUNK! And the Cosmodelic Radioverse February 5 Opening, 5 to 7pm | an immersive art experience is a performance + listening/dance party + tour of art runs February 5-9th Join David Brame at the closing of his residency and…

Nina Elder, Exhibit and Artist in Residence, February 2021

Residency and Exhibit February 8th - March 3rd, Exhibit opening February 12th, 6 - 7 pm Exhibit opening and "Second Friday" artist talk on Zoom and FB live. With NPN’s support, Nina is developing It Will Not Be The Same,…

Gail Priday and Jeff Szarzi Exhibit, May 2021

Gail Priday Statement: I am especially interested in the features of the northern forest that might be overlooked if I were to move through too quickly. Alaska is known for its awe-inspiring mountains and expansive sky. However, it is the…

Emily Schubert Artist in Residence and Exhibit, April 2021

Between a Rock and a Soft Place, April Exhibit Emily's residency will create a multi-media puppetry performance around the concept of “lost-ness.” She writes: "In an age of climate instability and rising sea level much is slowly being lost to…

Sara Tabbert Exhibit, March 2021

Certainly I am but one of many artists whose lives were completely rearranged by the ongoing pandemic. Of all the things that were supposed to happen in the last 12 months, this exhibit at Bunnell is the only event on…

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