Kavitha George hosts on Friday, December 7, 2018.
Artist Sarah Campen will preview her show “the Rolodex Project//On Leadership” – an interactive installation that explores leadership values through video, movement, and sculpture.
We’ll talk with the Girls on the Run program about Saturday’s 5K.
And we’ll meet the Juneau Artists Gallery’s featured artist Christine Lewis.
Some highlights for First Friday Gallery Walk:
- The costs from dealing with climate change are starting to become more visible in Bethel, a hub town for the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta. There are also costs to the region’s lifestyle.
- High school students from across Alaska were at the Capitol this month to see for themselves how state government works. As it turned out, they were there at an especially busy time.
- James Harmon, convicted of murder and sexual assault in 2005, claimed inadequate or insufficient representation by public defenders. But a judge recently wrote that Harmon failed to prove any of his claims.
- According to the city's emergency programs manager, there’s potential for large avalanches on Mount Juneau due to roughly two feet of new snow and high winds expected Friday afternoon.