About Fairbanks Arts Association
Our mission is promoting excellence in contemporary and traditional arts in Alaska’s Interior. Fairbanks Arts is the oldest community arts council in the state and the official arts organization for both the Fairbanks North Star Borough and the City of Fairbanks, providing service, information, and support to local artists, organizations, and audiences. Fairbanks Arts provides programming in performing arts, literary arts, visual arts, and arts education with the assistance of advisory committees comprised of community volunteers.
Alaska Centennial Center for the Arts, Pioneer Park (2300 Airport Way, Fairbanks, Alaska. 99701).
COVID-19 mitigation plan: Please note that Fairbanks Arts has enacted measures to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. You can view the Fairbanks Arts Association board-approved plan here.
Fairbanks Arts’ office is located on the first floor and is temporarily closed to the public. To meet with a staff member, please send an email and schedule a time to meet in the Bear Gallery. To stay up to date on Fairbanks Arts developments, sign up for our newsletter at the bottom of this page. Staff contacts can be found here.
BEAR GALLERY HOURS: Monday-Friday, Noon-6 pm
Fairbanks Arts Association’s Bear Gallery is located on the third floor and is accessible through the north doors of the building only (facing the carousel and playground). The south doors of the building (those facing the main parking lot), are not accessible to the public.
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