CALL FOR ART FaceMasks

The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council Presents: A call for art for a special May First Friday Virtual Gallery. We are challenging community members to create artistic Face masks and coverings to have presented in a virtual show. Face masks and covering do not have to be functional, and can

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Call for Art: Logo for Rock Aaw’k

CALL FOR ART APPLICATION The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council is looking for formline design logo art for the new biennial indigenous music festival, Rock Aaw’k, planned for June 11 – 13, 2021, in Juneau. ROCK AAW’K PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Juneau Indigenous Music Festival, Rock Aaw’k, is a biennial weekend-long

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Poetry Omnibus Competition now open

Greetings Poets. The Poetry OmniBus contest is now open.  Access the entry form from the website: juneaupoets.wordpress.com We had many many entries last year, so we ask only one entry per person, please. Please share this information with anyone you think may be interest.  Let me know if you have any

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Bob Banghart joins New JACC effort as executive director

From the New JACC Communications Desk: The Partnership Announces a New Executive Director of the New Juneau Arts & Culture Center (New JACC) We wanted YOU to be the first to know that Robert (Bob) Banghart has been named Executive Director of the New JACC project. Bob is the principal

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Creative Team set for Alaska Folk Festival Art

Proud of Juneau Arts and Humanities Council staff members Laura Miko and Meghan Chambers for being selected as the creative team for 2020’s Alaska Folk Festival! They will be working together to create the poster, backdrop, and all the cool Festival stuff – Can’t wait to see what they create!

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Raincheck! New online art magazine

Excited to see more innovative and creative developments in the arts in Juneau! Check out the new Raincheck online art magazine with a terrific interactive Instagram for First Friday, interviews and articles about arts and culture in Juneau. Lillian Odekirk, managing editor and founder, came to Juneau just about a

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Tidal Echoes submissions sought

Submissions for Tidal Echoes 2020 are currently open and the deadline is December 1st, 2019. Full-time residents of Southeast Alaska and University of Alaska Southeast students are eligible to submit prose, poetry, and/or artwork to the journal for a chance to be published in our 2020 edition. Submissions will only

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Call the Governor today

Our friends at Fairbanks Art Council sent this message with useful links: Start off your weekend with some civic action! The last time I reached out was to encourage you to write to legislators about voting for HB2001, the bill that contains funding for Alaska State Council on the Arts

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In memory of Ivan James

We noted with sadness the passing of Ivan James.  Mr James was an artist from Kake who served his country in the National Guard. He was stationed in the old Armory, now the Juneau Arts and Culture Center, in 1971. That year, the Armory served the community as the morgue at the

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CALL FOR ART

The Ketchikan Area Arts & Humanities Council is seeking art for a project at the Ketchikan Airport. The full RFQ is attached. The project is being designed by MRV Architects of Juneau. RFQKTNAirport2019-final

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