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Endangered language: Director talks about bringing first feature-length Haida-language film to screen
Endangered language gets its close up.
‘It’s like it was meant to be’: At-first reluctant author talks about her Elizabeth Peratrovich book
Alaska Native rights advocate also took in cats and read Victor Hugo to high-schoolers.
In the meantime, Juneau is home to the state writer laureate.
It was a very happy birthday for high schooler Morgan Blackgoat.
Southeast arts advocate and longtime teachers to be honored at Governor’s Arts and Humanities Awards
Meet some of the Southeast’s winners.
Juneau Student Symphony invites adult and student musicians to join together with the band. Some musical experience and master of fundamentals are required, but the… Continue reading
Singletary won’t be solitary.
Yet, it’s not a morbid collection.
They’ve carved out a spot.
Wearable Art 2019 makes a late name change.
The Capital City Weekly welcomes reader-submitted photos of art in unusual or unexpected places. To submit, email your photos and captions to email@example.com. • The… Continue reading
High schoolers have a chance to get involved.
Demolition of the old Juneau Arts & Culture Center won’t start in spring as originally planed, but those spearheading the New JACC said Wednesday they’re… Continue reading
It will be the venue’s first-ever orchestral performance.
Glo Ramirez gets set for monster year.
Foundation paints rosy financial picture for local artists.
2018 chaos didn’t skip the arts.
Baranof walls not bare.
All the world was a canvas at Gallery Walk.
Get an inside look at the annual holiday event.