Emil Mackey – Municipal Assembly Candidate

2018 Municipal Election Candidate Questions – Mackey Responses 2018 October CBJ Municipal Assembly & Mayoral Candidate Questions   Please describe your involvement/participation in the arts and cultural activities in Juneau:   Because of my family and School Board commitments, I do not attend as much as I like. But we

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Wade Bryson – Municipal Assembly Candidate

JACC (1) Municipal Assembly Candidate My wife and I visit some type of performance at least once a month. We have watched our children perform in various musical events. We have also enjoyed some of the various artists that have come to town. I am not a member of any

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Chris Dimond, Candidate for State House

2018 Municipal Election Candidate Questions (3) 2018 General Election State Candidate Questions 1. Please describe your involvement/participation in the arts and cultural activities in Juneau: a. How many times per year do you attend an arts and cultural events?    5-10 times a year b. What types of events do you

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Diversity and Equity policy adopted

At the Council Board meeting on Wednesday evening, the Board adopted the attached policy, the culmination of several years of work. STATEMENT ON RACIAL EQUITY

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Should the JAHC manage Centennial Hall? Let CBJ know your thoughts. March 12, 2018 – News, Notices for Public Comment The City and Borough of Juneau is considering entering into an agreement with the Juneau Arts & Humanities Council (JAHC) to manage day-to-day operations of Centennial Hall Convention Center. As part of

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Call for Applications: JAHC Gallery Artists

The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council is now accepting applications from artists to exhibit their work during the 2018/19-exhibition season! Selected applicants will display their work in the Gallery for the duration of approximately one month, with an opening reception on First Friday. The Arts Council Gallery Program supports both

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Call for stories for Willoughby District history project

Juneau Histories Theater Project (working title) An interview-based performance of communities, histories, & connections A production of Ping Chong + Company’s Undesirable Elements series Co-produced & presented by the Juneau Arts & Humanities Council www.pingchong.org www.jahc.org The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council is producing an arts and community engagement project

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Call for Art: CFA E18-080 – Design & Production of a Fire Dish (Art) for the Native Burial Ground Monument at Sayeik Gastineau Community School

The City & Borough of Juneau, Alaska is constructing a Native Burial Ground Monument at Sayeik Gastineau Elementary School. The Fire Dish shall be part of the monument installed at Sayeik Gastineau Community School. Deadline for submittals is 2:00 PM November 16, 2017. Contacts for this project are: Greg Smith,

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Be a Groundbreaker!

 . Juneau’s New JACC Launches Groundbreaker Fundraising Campaign Juneau, August 16, 2017 The Juneau Arts and Humanities Council (JAHC) and the New JACC Partnership Board announced today the launch of a limited offer Groundbreaker Campaign for the New Juneau Arts and Culture Center (New JACC). This invitation to become a

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HUMAN:ties – a $10,000 social practice grant by the Alaska Humanities Forum

Check out this incredible opportunity celebrating the intersection of art & humanitarian projects, hosted by the Alaska Humanities Forum. Program Website Grant Information Online Application HUMAN:ties Featured on KSKA’s Hometown Alaska A description from the website: The Alaska Humanities Forum’s HUMAN:ties initiative explores the influence of human connection on one’s

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