Past Exhibits

November 6-30, 2015
"Two Stoned Guys in Alaska" - Unusual stones and creative minds. This show featured new and old stone sculptures created by Lou Cacioppo and Bob Koenitzer.
The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council Gallery


July, 2013
Grand opening of "The Outpost". The Outpost stocks a magnificent collection of handcrafted art by Lou Cacioppo; local musicians gather here for open-mike nights.

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Click the image to watch a performance featuring guest musician Tracy Spring, August 2013.

Click the image to watch a performance featuring guest musician Tracy Spring, August 2013.


2007
Television Interview for the "Discovery Channel" on the Inside Passage segment.


May 1, 2007
"Elf Country" (mask/sculpture) featured in the Magazine Woodcarving Illustrated 
Anchorage Museum of History and Art


March 20, 2007
"In God we trust" (yellow cedar sculpture) Featured in the Arts and Culture magazine section of the Juneau Empire Newspaper.


March 19, 2007
Performed my original music for a sit down dinner for the VFP peace forum


March 18, 2007
Performed original songs for a performance happening at the opening of the VFP exhibition.


March 17-25, 2007 
Veterans For Peace, (VFP) Juneau, Alaska chapter Political art exhibition


Earth, Fire and Fibre XXIV
Alaska Biennial Juried Craft Exhibition
All Alaska Statewide Art Exhibit 
January 19 - February 23, 2004
Featured "Delilah.com" and "Raven's Nightmare"


Anchorage Museum of History and Art
"Is that You? Is that Me?" 

Featured "Spirit of the Vanishing Rain Forest" and "You Look'n at Me?"
Jan. 1996 through Jan. 1997
Anchorage, AK.


Ancient Grounds 
Seattle, WA.


Fireweed Gallery 
Gustavus, AK.


The Gathering of Spirits 
Skagway, AK.

Elf Country

Over the years, Lou has had his work displayed in many locations including galleries, museums, television, and publications. One of his favorites though was when he was ask to be one of the featured artists in the May 1, 2007 Summer issue of Woodcarving Illustrated where he had a 6 page article depicting the process he used to create "Elf Country".