Don’t miss in-person performances this week in support of the Áak’w Rock Indigenous Music Festival! The Áak’w Rock Side Stage is a fundraiser for the second Áak’w Rock, coming September 2023! This fundraiser features performances by Albino Mbie, Qacung, Air Jazz, Ya Tseen, Sunny Porch, Garden of Agony, Daniel Firmin, and the
The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council is looking for an energetic and empathetic Executive Director to usher the organization into the upcoming decades of operation. The Executive Director has primary responsibility for direction of the operation of all the programs and performances of the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council (JAHC).
The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council will be searching for and hiring a new Executive Director to replace Nancy DeCherney as she retires this spring. This new ED will lead the Arts Council going forward in its mission and strategies. The recently updated Strategic Plan is available here. Please help
The Poetry Out Loud Alaska State Competition Broadcast will be on the channel KTOO 360TV on Tuesday, March 8th at 7pm! There will also be a dedicated livestream that can be accessed at https://www.ktoo.org/pol/. If you or your friends and family have difficulty accessing this link, they can always go to KTOO’s
The Voices of the Wilderness Alaskan Artist-in-Residence Program is accepting applications for residencies occurring this upcoming summer; deadline to apply is soon – March 1. View the 2022 Information and Application. This year, we have 11 hosting Wilderness areas across Alaska, sponsored by the US Forest Service, US Fish &
The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council has been nominated for multiple categories for Best of Juneau 2022. Voting begins on Tuesday, February 2 and remains open for two weeks! You can vote once per day through the voting period. To cast your vote, visit: https://bestofjuneau.org/v/juneauartsandhumanities/ Thank you, Juneau!
Poetry Omnibus is now accepting submissions for 2022. The Poetry OmniBus is a local juried poetry contest, in which selected poems will have the honor of being displayed on buses for one year. The program nurtures our local writers, and provides inspiration, reflection, and consideration to the bus ridership. The
One person’s White Elephant is another person’s treasure! Donate your White Elephant and we will split the proceeds with you when it becomes another person’s treasure – and everyone wins! You can honestly tell the giver that you put it to good use. And don’t worry, your secret is safe
The JACC reopens for Artists of All Nations, free open studio opportunities from 1 – 5, usually on the fourth Sunday of the month. All masked and immunized participants are welcome, and work tables will be spread out to allow for safe social distancing. Come enjoy working together on your