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‘When I looked at them it was like looking at my past and my elders’
Stagecraft meets witchcraft.
‘I put everything into the art’: Her work blends bright colors and humor to depict Tlingit life and stories
The exhibit will run until early January
Capturing the Light exhibit runs to Nov. 26
‘Once again, Angoon has a dugout’: Village residents welcome dugout canoe 140 years after bombardment
It’s the first dugout canoe in Angoon since the U.S. destroyed the village’s fleet in 1882.
Opening mainstage show features Two familar ’epic’ classical tales, followed by improvised finale
New play draws from traditional stories, Tlingit arts
Logan Terry lands spread in Thrasher Magazine.
Juneau musician releases collaborative album
“This pole is for the Chookaneidi, but here among us, many clans are represented…”
Alumni of local youth music program get tips from pro trio before taking center stage at JDHS.
Classical bars to be played at downtown bar
UAS’s Tidal Echoes opens to accept all mediums of art to be featured in its annual journal
The four-night series features local artists and celebrates the many “babes” here in capital city
“It has been the sustenance for all generations…”
“I feel 100% like a product of my environment, that environment being Juneau.”
Local artist continues family legacy ahead of upcoming art show: The granddaughter of the late local artist Rie Muñoz is set to host her first art show sharing her same gallery
“We’re kind of breathing new life into this space that we all care about so much and love so much”
First Friday holds up through bad weather
Money in the kitty.