JAHC debuts Art Hop Passport

The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council has announced the first year of its Art Hop Passport, a booklet designed to encourage the public to attend art and performance events throughout the 2015-2016 season.

The booklet lists events around the city organized by various arts groups, and provides a place for attendees to these events to have their passports “stamped” to show their participation.

Those who participate and successfully attend at least one event per page in the Passport will then have the opportunity to submit their Passport (equivalent to a raffle ticket) to win cash prizes of up to $500 at the raffle drawing in June at the first Food Truck Friday event.

Participating organizations and businesses featured in the Passport include; Juneau Arts & Humanities Council, Perseverance Theatre, Juneau Lyric Opera, Gold Town Theatre, Gold Town Theatre: Science on Screen Series, Suite 907, Juneau Jazz & Classics, Juneau Symphony Orchestra, Woosh Kinaadeiyí, Juneau Douglas High School, Thunder Mountain High School, Juneau Dance Theatre, Alaska Youth Choir, The Jump Society, North Wind Architects: Alaska Design Forum, Ballroom Dance at the JACC, Kindred Post, Sealaska Heritage Institute, Juneau Community Bands, and Theater at Latitude 58.

For more information, visit www.jahc.org.

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