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This is a calendar updated daily of upcoming local events during the coming days provided by the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council, and other contributors.… Continue reading
Both the state and city museums are celebrating 20 years of artistic achievements, the state’s former budget director makes his debut showing of woodworkings, and… Continue reading
Perseverance Theatre is among five theaters recognized as part of The Future of American Theatre Cohort, bolstered by a $2.5 million grant from the Mellon… Continue reading
Edward Slomke killed at least seven men in Southeast Alaska. He may have murdered twice that many. Along with their lives, he took their money,… Continue reading
Revisiting Juneau as the first Alaska city with an established telephone system and more.
Indigenous events and celebrations took center stage throughout the year.
Thousands of artists, tens of millions of dollars annually, generations of passing on traditions.
More than 50 events scheduled Friday afternoon and evening from downtown to Douglas.
An annual napkin art contest, a workshop for homemade dog treats, and art featuring end-of-an-age glaciers and end-of-life items revived in new forms are part… Continue reading
Juneau artist Lily Hope has been awarded the 2023 Marie Darlin Prize. The $5,000 Marie Darlin Prize is administered through the Juneau-Douglas City Museum (JDCM)… Continue reading
Ketchikan-born Tallie Medel teaching three days of classes at Perseverance Theatre starting Monday.
Event is part of larger project after state’s recognizes October as Filipino American History Month.
Monthly lineup includes start of multiday events for Alaska Native, Filipino communities.
Hundreds turn out for the eighth annual drag show’s first fall debut.
Sounds of Áak’w Rock, a gut check for Indigenous voices and an artists’ quintet market.
A key employee for one of Alaska’s major arts organizations has received a federal immigration visa, ending a lawsuit over the case. Sitka Fine Arts… Continue reading
Canadian wildfires, proposed North Slope projects draw heat at Climate Fair for a Cooler Planet
Áakʼw Rock exhibit, book signing by local author, communal fiber art project among events.
Arts and culture organization celebrates 50th birthday with party and awards
Council’s role in local arts and culture has expanded in imaginative ways over five decades