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

Continue reading

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

Continue reading

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

Continue reading

December 2018 Gallery Walk Events

DECEMBER 2018 FIRST FRIDAY/GALLERY WALK EVENTS Juneau Tours & Whalewatch is running a FREE Downtown Trolley Circulator for Gallery Walk from 4:30 PM – 8:30 PM. The trolley will run every 20 minutes and will make stops at: • APK State Museum • The E Sign (next to the Brickyard

Continue reading

Community Conversation on Cultural Appropriation 11/26

Title: Community Conversation: Empowering artists to understand culturally sensitive art creation Where: The JAHC When: Monday, November 26th at 5:30-7:30 (Bring a favorite dish to share) Partners: the JAHC, Juneau Violence Prevention Coalition, AWARE, inc., UAS Wooch.een, Egan Library It is our pleasure to invite you to join the JAHC,

Continue reading

Centennial Hall and State Parking lot swap October 8

Starting October 8, 2018, the parking spots between Centennial Hall and the JACC will be designated as Centennial Hall and JACC parking, and the spots formerly designated for the Hall next to Bullwinkle’s will be state parking. “This swap makes parking much more convenient for state employees, and much more

Continue reading

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

Continue reading

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

Continue reading

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

Continue reading

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

Continue reading