The City and Borough of Juneau, along with its police department, thank community members who’ve reached out on issues of racism and use of force. CBJ acknowledges the need to confront racial injustices and inequality, and to always work on improving public services. To that end, CBJ is hosting a
March 18, 2020 Hello, On Tuesday, The City Manager’s office called to tell us that the City would be taking over the JACC to serve as an emergency shelter for the community’s homeless population during the Covid-19 emergency. They anticipate needing the facility until fall. The Arts Council had already
Jenn Colella from Come From Away and Caitlyn Warbelow, known in Juneau for her Folk Festival appearances, will be in Juneau Friday, 2/21 at 7:30 at Centennial Hall offering hits from Broadway. Listen to samples from Jenn: and get tickets now!
Winners of 2020 Wearable Art Extravaganza Joie de Vivre and Next Year’s Theme Announced The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council is delighted to announce the winners and honorees of the 2020 Wearable Art Extravaganza Joie de Vivre – the 20th anniversary of Wearable Art in Juneau! Jurors K.D. Roope, Nic
Extended times and dates for pickleball during the holiday season! Most Mondays – Thursdays, three sessions/day, 10 – noon, noon – 2, 2 – 4. Christmas Eve until 2, closed Christmas, New Year’s Eve, and New Years. $5/session or a 10-session punchcard for $45. Call for more information: 586-2787.
THE PARTNERSHIP, INC. 350 Whittier Street, Juneau, Alaska 99801 Contact: Katharine Heumann, 907 586 2524, firstname.lastname@example.org ~ PRESS RELEASE ~ October 2, 2019 ~ Juneau, Alaska The Partnership, Inc., the non-profit which exists for the purpose of raising the funds to build the New Juneau Arts & Culture Center (JACC)
Thank you to Kyle Worl for sharing this video of the the Traditional Games and Cultural Arts Camp he led this summer. Thanks to Alaska Airlines for funding programs for young people as part of their support for the New JACC, and to Central Council of Tlingit Haida Indians of
OUR HOME FOR THE ARTS Dave Hunsaker Juneau has been a wonderful home base for many artists (including myself) during the forty years I’ve lived here. But unlike many other Alaskan communities, we haven’t ever truly had a home we can call our own, where visual artists, performing artists, and