Geneva Woods needs a part time art teacher!

The Council is hiring for a part-time art teacher to work at Geneva Woods 4 days/week for the school year. This person works as part of a team of two to offer afterschool homework and arts for elementary school age children in Geneva Woods. Pay is 30/hour. (ACE teacher Job

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Artful Teaching Program Listed in National Report

Juneau Arts Education Programs Listed in National Report The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council (The Council), is thrilled to announce that the Artful Teaching program, co-sponsored by The Council, Juneau School District, and the University of Alaska Southeast has been highlighted in the Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies 2018 Annual Report. 

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Eighth Graders loved Devilfish

As part of our Any Given Child program to ensure that all of Juneau’s children have the opportunity to enjoy the arts, the eighth graders attended special performances of Perseverance Theatre’s production of Vera Starbard’s Devilfish.  They loved it! ‘Devilfish’ playwright’s favorite audience? Eighth graders.  

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Free Northwest Woolen Weaving Class with Lily Hope

About the Program:  The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council (JAHC) and Central Council Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska (CCTHITA) are excited to announce the Wooch.eén Yéi Jintuné (Working Together) Series – a new Juneau artist residency series. These residences will feature Alaska Native teaching artists in multiple art

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JAHC offers Teaching Artists Academy series

If you are a professional artist who is interested in teaching your art form to school-aged students in a classroom setting, please consider signing up for this professional development opportunity.  Artists who complete the series will be eligible to apply for placement on local and state Teaching Artist Rosters, and

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2017 JSD All Elementary Student Art Exhibit

On Saturday, May 20th at Community Day on Campus, Mayor Ken Koelsch shared the following opening remarks with a full house of families, community members and educators for the 14th annual elementary student artist recognition ceremony. “As mayor of the City and Borough of Juneau,  I am honored to be here today

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All-City Elementary Art Exhibit Winners Announced

    Juneau School District and Juneau Arts and Humanities Council Announce 2017 Elementary Art Exhibit Winners The Juneau School District and the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council announce the winners of the 2017 All-City Elementary Art Exhibit. The award-winning pieces will be on exhibit in the public libraries this

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Poetry Out Loud State Champion Announced

2017 ALASKA STATE POETRY OUT LOUD FINALISTS ANNOUNCED JUNEAU, ALASKA – The Alaska State Council on the Arts (ASCA) and the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council (JAHC) are pleased to announce that Isabella Weiss, a freshman from Colony High School in Anchorage is Alaska's State Champion. Isabella will go onto represent Alaska

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2017 Poetry Out Loud Finalists Announced

2017 ALASKA STATE POETRY OUT LOUD FINALISTS ANNOUNCED JUNEAU, ALASKA – The Alaska State Council on the Arts (ASCA) and the Juneau Arts & Humanities Council (JAHC) are pleased to announce the ten state finalists for the 2017 Alaska Poetry Out Loud Competition.  These ten students have progressed in competition

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“Scaling Up” Artists’ workshop with Will Kozloff

Join Will Kozloff (see his work on Instagram @lodust) in creating the set pieces for the Governor’s Awards for the Arts. Learn about “Scaling Up” and becoming a successful public artist. At lunch time, take a break for lunch with Jeff Baird of the Rasmuson Foundation to talk about how

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