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Juneau Dance Theatre’s showcase is ready to spring
Animals big and small will gather in one place. Critters from the depths of the sea to not-quite-outer space — are all part of Juneau… Continue reading
Loss and birds: UAS releases annual literary journal
Eased restrictions streamlined the production, but the release event will still be online.
Roots music: New album draws from memories and connections made in Southeast Alaska
Steel (pedal) yourself for new music.
Totem pole rededication ceremony emphasizes tradition, togetherness
“It represents history.”
The feel of water: Artists work to rethink mental health and waterways
In addition to being cofounders of the project, they’re featured artists this First Friday.
Here’s what’s happening for First Friday
A boot-ique, new exhibits and more
Review: ‘The Brothers Paranormal’ blends frights and fun
O, ‘Brothers’ scare art thou.
Resilient Peoples & Place: Arias Hoyle on Afro Indigeneity, rap, and the ‘new wave’ of Indigenous expression
“From Oppression to Expression.”
Perseverance prepares ‘Paranormal’ play
A ghost story is born.
Book traces over 150 years of Black history in Alaska
Before the gold rush.
Sounding a warning
Local composer writes song about climate change
Creating without community
‘Capitvating’ new exhibit contains artist’s lockdown work
Tlingit-themed holiday classic streaming on a screen near you
Free, holiday offering from Perseverance Theatre
Juneau Symphony prepares to share holiday cheer
‘I hope it becomes a staple’: Concertmaster
Former Ladies of the Supremes to headline NYE event
Tickets are now available
Gallery Walk returns to Juneau with zest
Nearly forty seperate events, live music, and more will dominate Friday night and Saturday.
Whiskey business: Band with Southeast roots puts out new EP on vinyl
License to vinyl.
Making beautiful music together
Meet the symphony’s new music director
Heather Lende, Haines writer, to read from latest book in Juneau
Alaska’s writer laureate reflects on ‘difficult’ writing.
Here’s what’s scheduled for First Friday
Plays, lectures, art exhibits, and the opening ceremony for Juneau’s first Indigenous music festival.