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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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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Community Day on Campus

The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council is proud to present: Community Day on Campus: Carnival of Arts! Saturday, May 18th, 2019 11 – 3 pm University of Alaska SE Auke Lake Campus, Mourant Courtyard Calling all artists, merchants, food venders, and not for profits! Register now to reserve a spot

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Call for Applications: 2019-20 Gallery Season

Applications are now closed. The 2019-20 Gallery Season will be announced by June 15, 2019. APPLY TO BE A JAHC GALLERY ARTIST! The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council is now accepting applications from artists to exhibit during the 2019-20 Gallery Season. The Gallery Season runs October 2019 – through September

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Call for Art: 2019 JAHC Juried Art Show

The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council is now accepting applications from artists for the 2019 Juried Art Show! You are invited to apply! The JAHC Juried Art Show runs every other year for one month in the JACC Gallery. Our selected juror for the 2019 exhibit: Dan DeRoux. Detailed instructions

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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,

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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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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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