Summer Artists’ Co-op in Gold Rush Town

Cabin #13 is an artist co-op featuring local artists and artisans sponsored by Fairbanks Arts.

Cabin #13 is open from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day

Hours: Noon-8pm, Daily

Fairbanks Arts Association offers a unique opportunity for artists of all types to promote their art in Cabin #13 at Pioneer Park during the summer. Cabin artists share the space with other artists to display and sell their works.

The 2017 Cabin 13 Artists are:

Sundays

Wayne Jex: photography

Barbara Gabel: small pieces of painted artwork

Mondays

Deb McQueen: beading work, leather jewelry, dream catchers

Tuesdays

Tammy Hollan: paintings

Beverely Frey: Marble dyed scarves, recycled paper jewelry

Wednesdays

Marie Osburn Reid: Writer of adventure books

Carol Wilbur: Mammoth jewelry

Thursdays

Molly Manaugh: Tartan weaver

Fridays

Glory Kuleskey: sparkle cards and prints of her original pastel drawings

Saturdays

Stephanie Franzen: Beading work

Cabin History

Located within Pioneer Park, Cabin #13 is believed to have been part of the original homestead owned by Dr. Young, one of the first dairy farmers in Fairbanks. It was eventually moved to Pioneer Park, host to many tourists worldwide looking for uniquely Alaskan art, from 11th Avenue. The original cabin was in such rough shape that a few years ago the current Cabin #13 replica replaced it.  As much of the old cabin was saved as could be (notice the log beams) and is incorporated in this cabin.