Nine Kodiak organizations put their best foot forward on Friday during the second annual Summer’s End Art Walk.

Kodiakans were encouraged to walk from the Harborside Fly-By to Slim Jones Ink, taking in exhibits.

While the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Visitors Center hosted a kid-friendly activity, the Alutiiq Museum pulled out pieces from its contemporary art collection.

Photographer Alf Pryor had his works on display twice — first on the walls of the new Kodiak Island Brewing building, then again at his Dead Humpy Gallery.

The Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium, meanwhile, was packed with works from a variety of artists who shared space on the stage.

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