On April 22, you’ll find an array of indigenous artists in one space showcasing their artistry and craft. From beading to weaving, carving to knitting, it’s truly one-stop-shopping and a way to appreciate the diverse cultures of Alaskan and North American indigenous communities. However, the monthly event isn’t only for indigenous artists—all creatives are welcome and encouraged to show off their own crafts.

If you’d like to bring your project to the roundtable, or simply swing by and start a new project in a supportive environment, the event takes place from 1 – 5 p.m. at 350 Whittier Street. You’ll find plenty of inspiration at the Juneau Arts and Humanities Center.

Communal Creative Space

The welcoming environment is a fantastic introduction to Juneau. Although the event happens most months, in April there’s a slight chance it might be bumped to April 29—keep an eye on the official Facebook page for updates.

With every meeting, there are new artists and new works of art to discover. Some offer their work for sale, making this the ultimate destination to pick up a piece of Juneau to take home. Join other creatives to get motivated, conjure up some ideas, and get started on your own work of art.