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SJ Museum brings silver carving into the spotlight


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Former and current Sheldon Jackson Museum curators Peter Corey and Jackie Fernandez, and renown NW Coast artist Steve Brown discuss a project to study the museum’s silver collection — and to examine other pieces in private ownership in Sitka. Brown will be available 5:30 PM Fri Jan 17 at the Raindance Gallery on Monastery St. for “An Evening of Silver and Gold,” and will look a private pieces. Call 747-6233 to arrange a consultation. Brown will give a lecture 7 PM Sat Jan 18 at the Sheldon Jackson Museum as part of the annual Friends of SJ Museum board meeting. Light refreshments will be served. Learn more about the Sheldon Jackson Museum online.

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