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October First Friday
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October First Friday 🎃
Friday, October 1st 5PM-7PM
APU Galleries at Carr-Gottstein Academic Center & Grant Hall
Masks are required while in the galleries, thank you!
Join us in-person for our First Friday October show!
Courtney Rose is an Anchorage based artist specializing in illustrations, paintings, and digital art largely inspired by her culture and the village she was raised in. You may have seen her work in the “Finding Home in Homer” project, and she’s currently working on a project called “Blue Eyed Native” centering the history of her village, the people who live there, and indigenous identity from a mixed lens. When not working on projects, her art consists of whimsical world building and creatures inspired by traditional stories and folklore.
Britt’Nee Kivliqtaruq Brower is a strong proponent of Iñupiat values and their relevance in our modern age. She advocates the revitalization of the language, art, storytelling, and tattoo traditions of her Iñupiat people and brings this passion to her artwork. Her work incorporates traditional Qupak motifs and adds a modern twist to honor traditional elements of her Iñupiat culture.
Hope to see you there!