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Plays, lectures, art exhibits, and the opening ceremony for Juneau’s first Indigenous music festival.
In-person plays return with “Voyager One.”
Trick or treat?
First live performance in almost two years ushers in 59th season
Two artists living in Juneau were named as awardees.
A storm, a glacier and sold-out shows
Rasmuson awards will support Lingít-language projects, traditional weaving.
In-person events require a vaccination card
Juneau joins growing list of cities hosting FLAGs
Juneau’s news public art piece takes shape
Angler, hunter, cook and award-winning writer talks new book while in town.
‘Our stories from our own perspective.’
Team of artists assemble pieces
The case was settled in March.
Local artist works to prepare pieces
Event combines live performances with climate catastrophe-thwarting message.
Four days of live entertainment on tap next weekend
The 60-by-25-foot mural will greet visitors.
It took him years to write, will you take a look?
It marks the first time a Tlingit design has been featured on a stamp, according to SHI.