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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
Snow storm made rehearsing, access to instruments, arrival of guest artists doubtful, director says.
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 share an evening of entertainment in the outdoor chill, visiting shops and hot chocolate.
This year’s performances feature a cast of 93, ages 5 to 78
“Cabaret” kicks off at McPhetres Hall on Friday, with free previews Tuesday and Thursday
“A real cross-section of the community” shown in 10 minutes or less at JUMP Society’s Film Festival.
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
Longtime actor Marta Lastufka returns after many years in Theater Alaska’s “In A Doll’s House, Part 2”
Ensemble includes 60-chair symphony, 40-person chorus, seven actors.
Locals learn to “to climb around in your own self” as Ketchikan native Tallie Medel comes to Juneau.
Former Juneau comic Audrey Kohler bringing members of Seattle troupe for show at Crystal Saloon.
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.
Rinpoche is author of “Power of Mind”
Sounds of Áak’w Rock, a gut check for Indigenous voices and an artists’ quintet market.
Council’s role in local arts and culture has expanded in imaginative ways over five decades
Theatre in the Rough’s “She Kills Monsters” opens Friday, with free previews Tuesday and Thursday
Third annual Alaska Fashion Week starts Thursday.