Arts and Culture

Juneau Jazz & Classics to host Swing in the New Year

Tickets are now on sale for Juneau Jazz & Classic’s annual New Year’s Eve celebration, Swing in the New Year! The evening will include a… Continue reading

JAMM concert to highlight young performers

Juneau Alaska Music Matters will host a fundraising concert at Northern LIght United Church on Sunday, Dec. 6 at 4 p.m. The concert will feature… Continue reading

Tidal Echoes submission deadline is Dec. 1

The submission deadline for the 2016 edition of Title Echoes, a literary and art journal showcasing the art and writing of Southeast Alaskans, is Dec.… Continue reading

What's happening

What’s happening

EVENTSJuneau Public Market, noon to 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 27, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Nove. 28 and 29, Centennial Hall &… Continue reading

What's happening

Climate Action Film Series continues at the Gold Town

“Merchants of Doubt,” the last film in a series of three climate change-focused documentaries, will be shown on Sunday, Nov. 29, at 4:30 p.m. and… Continue reading

Movies

JUNEAUGOLD TOWN NICKELODEONFor complete listings, visit www.goldtownnick.com.“Coming Home” — Friday-Sunday. Synopsis: Lu and Feng are a devoted couple forced to separate when Lu is arrested… Continue reading

On Writing; The Name of the Sentence

Our word “sentence” comes from the Latin word for “opinion.” In late 14th-century Middle English, Chaucer describes a theology student at Oxford as “full of… Continue reading

Ferry schedule allows day trips to Pelican through April

The Pelican Chamber of Commerce recently shared information about the winter ferry schedule to Pelican in the hopes of spurring ridership during the coming months.… Continue reading

Rainy Day Reads: Selections for Black Friday

“Bartleby the Scrivener” by Herman Melville: The ultimate ‘Just say no’ tale. Bartleby is famous for his catchphrase: “I would prefer not to” which you… Continue reading

SHI accepting applications for revamped Juried Art Show

For the CCWSealaska Heritage Institute is accepting applications from artists who want to compete in its eighth biennial Juried Art Show and Competition, which will… Continue reading

SHI acquires Chilkat robe on eBay with cooperation from seller

Sealaska Heritage Institute has acquired a sacred Chilkat robe from an eBay seller, who willingly took a loss on the transaction so the piece could… Continue reading

Sitka Wearable Arts show announcement

The Greater Sitka Arts Council wishes to update community members interested in the 8th annual Wearable Art Show, scheduled for two shows at the Sitka… Continue reading

49 Writers to host List and Litany class

49 Writers will host a class called List and Litany, which will be taught by Caroline Goodwin, current poet laureate of San Mateo County, on… Continue reading

AMHS to host community engagement meetings

The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, Alaska Marine Highway System, is inviting Alaskans to participate in six community engagement meetings scheduled across coastal… Continue reading

Alaska State Council on the Arts awards grants to Juneau arts organizations

The Alaska State Council on the Arts awarded more than $507,000 in grants to Alaska artists and arts organizations in its first funding quarter of… Continue reading

The boiler, Pelton Wheel and pump sit at the old mine site of the Boston Mine across Gold Creek in Cope Park.

Juneau’s Hidden History: Cope Park

The Cope Park I remember growing up in the 1980s and ‘90s is very different from the memories someone might have if they grew up… Continue reading

The boiler, Pelton Wheel and pump sit at the old mine site of the Boston Mine across Gold Creek in Cope Park.
Carol Feller Brady speaks about writing from her Juneau apartment on Friday.

Native American Heritage Month profile: Carol Feller Brady

In the late 1930s, when she turned 10, Carol Feller Brady — born Alice Carolyn James, the youngest of 11 children — entered the part… Continue reading

Carol Feller Brady speaks about writing from her Juneau apartment on Friday.
Easing into the Holidays with Community Markets

Easing into the Holidays with Community Markets

The day after Thanksgiving is what they call Black Friday. On this day there are places in our country where combat shoppers in a buying… Continue reading

Easing into the Holidays with Community Markets

Writers Weir: Praise for an Ordinary Day

December snow settles on spruceand hemlock, swollen flakesforming a heavy mantle. Pliant limbsbend, silently accepting layer upon layer. A wash of rain dissolveswinter’s finery, elegance?now plain.… Continue reading

Haida Master Artist Robert Davidson gives a talk about his personal journey of discovery through Haida art and ceremony on Tuesday at the Soboleff Center as part of a lecture series to celebrate Native American Heritage Month. The series is sponsored by the Sealaska Heritage Institute.

‘Discovering Haida Art’ with Robert Davidson

When renowned Haida artist Robert Davidson was a kid, he used to root for the cowboys while watching old Westerns, cheering with his friends when… Continue reading

Haida Master Artist Robert Davidson gives a talk about his personal journey of discovery through Haida art and ceremony on Tuesday at the Soboleff Center as part of a lecture series to celebrate Native American Heritage Month. The series is sponsored by the Sealaska Heritage Institute.