JAHC response Ken Koelsch 1. Participation/Involvement: Recently, I received a call from a former student in Montana (have not had a conversation with him in years)-he talked among other things about his role in “Bye Bye Birdie” in 1988 and what it meant to him and his friends even now.
Responses from Karen Crane Candidate for Mayor To the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council February 17, 2016 PDF Version (KarenCrane) Describe your involvement/participation in the arts and cultural activities in Juneau. How many times per year do you attend an arts and cultural event? What types of events do you
Friday, Feb 5 FIRST FRIDAY 4:00 – 6:00 PM Have a Heart for SAIL, Rookery, followed by a ticketed dinner at 6:30 pm, a fundraising event for SAIL 4:30 –7 pm First Friday, come to the JACC to get the flyer 6pm-9pm WorldQuest Trivia Juneau World Affairs Council,
PDF: ArtsUp 01-14-16
Juneau Events for the week of Jan 7 – 13, 2016 ArtsUp 01-07-16 PDF Version Thursday, January 7 5:30pm-7:30pm Introduction to Wheel Throwing (Jan 7, 14, 21, 28) The Canvas, contact 586-1750 or canvasarts.org 6pm-8Pm Louis Miller Fine Art Studio pARTy: Techniques Series for Adults River Place, Juneau, 789-3546 – 21+
Events happening in Juneau for the week of Dec 31 – Jan 6 Thursday, December 31 NEW YEARS EVE! 3pm-4pm Capitol Steps on the Radio : KTOO on the radio 4pm-5pm Capitol Steps on the Radio : KRNN on the radio 7pm-10pm Traveler Duo at Rockwell Rockwell Restaurant – FREE
PRESS RELEASE Contact: Shannon Daut, 907.269.6610 or 1.888.278.7424 Date: December 11, 2015 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 2016 GOVERNOR’S AWARDS FOR THE ARTS AND HUMANITIES RECIPIENTS ANNOUNCED Once a year, a select few Alaska citizens and organizations that exemplify great art and devotion to the humanities are recognized for enriching the