About the Juneau Arts & Humanities Council
The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council (the Council) incorporated in 1973. It is the formal arts agency for the Capital City of Juneau, Alaska and operates the Juneau Arts and Culture Center (JACC), a vibrant community center; providing a location for concerts and events, rotating gallery, and a lobby gift shop. The Council offers programming in performance, visual, literary, and arts education as well as grants, scholarships, and helpful resources for local artists.
Juneau enjoys a thriving, active, diverse, and amazing arts community. World class theater, two opera companies, two ballet companies, a community orchestra and several chamber ensembles, choirs, and an abundance of arts groups create an amazing array for such a small town. The Council serves as the umbrella organization for them all, providing support, encouragement, a place to gather and talk together about ways to build all of our programs.
The Capital Civic Center Project
The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council will build and operate a state-of-the-art facility to provide shared performance, education and gallery space for Juneau’s arts and cultural community.
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