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Art History: Sybil Davis and Ken DeRoux

...the art world. Up this week: former Juneau residents Sybil Davis and Ken DeRoux, who now live in Burien, Wash. If yes, what types of art did you notice most? Sybil Davis: When I first arrived in Juneau what I noticed first...
Wearable Art winners announced

...longtime wearable artist David Walker, Ketchikan wearable artist Halli Kenoyer and former JAHC executive director Sybil Davis -- selected three designs for special commendation, after having observed artists and models up close back stage and...
Sybil Davis: Pouring passion, problem-solving into the arts

For some people, art is something they see in a museum, on a stage or at a gallery. But for Sybil Davis, art is everywhere. "Art is such a broad term. You can take a walk in the woods and be astounded by the beauty that surrounds...
Stepping out

Last November, well into her eighth season as the executive director of the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council, Sybil Davis had an epiphany. "I realized that my energy was lagging and that I was not going to be able to sustain giving the...
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May First Friday Art Walk

...Part of this space was turned into an art gallery in the fall of that year, with help from acting Executive Director Sybil Davis and a handful of volunteers. The first opening featured 16 paintings by Diana Hamar, and ran from Oct. 21-Nov...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...for `House of Blue Leaves' By Sybil Davis Theater reaches in and stirs up...House of Blue Leaves.'' Sybil Davis Reddit Archives Letter by Sybil Davis Applause for `House of Blue Leaves...
Sybil Davis is back in race, now as write-in

Sybil Davis is back in the race for Juneau Assembly because she said friends and supporters wanted her to run as a write-in. With her registration...
Richard Rice DeRoux

...survives him. He is also survived by his step-father Robert Quist; brothers Daniel and Kenneth; sisters-in-law Sybil Davis DeRoux, Joann Grady, Kathleen Miles and Helen Miles; brothers-in-law Nelson Miles and Craig Gibson, and numerous...
Photo: Thanks for years of entertainment

Sybil Davis, retiring executive director of the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council, receives a kiss from Juneau resident Linda Buckley as...
Photo: Setting up for the extravaganza

Sybil Davis and her husband, Ken DeRoux, are part of a crew of local talent working on props for next weekend's 5th Annual Wearable Art Extravaganza. Sponsored by Juneau Arts & Humanities Council, the event is on Saturday, Feb. 19, at Centennial Hall.


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