The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council is looking for three people to serve on the City and Borough of Juneau Arts Grant review panel: One person to serve for one year, one person to serve for two years, and one person to serve a full three-year term. The City invests
Juneau Arts & Humanities Council Announces Judges’ Top Three Wearable Art Extravaganza Pieces and the Audience’s Favorite Entries The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council (JAHC) announces the winners of the 2019 Wearable Art Extravaganza: Tailwind. The four-judge panel awarded: First Place: “Wishes & Prayers in Turbulent Times” (entry No. 14) by
******PLEASE NOTE ****** Juneau Arts and Humanities Council is not bringing Norah Jones to Juneau. LIVE NATION is producing this show. All ticketing issues should be directed to their customer service team. We understand everyone’s excitement and we want to help but Ticketfly or LiveNation are the parties to
UPDATE 1/30/19 10 am Active Council and KTOO members will have a promo code to use Wednesday, 1/3o 10 am through 10 pm. Become a member now. Note that the promoter is holding seats at all tiers for all sale opportunities. A reminder that this is not a Council presentation
Greetings Poets. The Poetry OmniBus contest will open January 1, 2019. Access the entry form from the website: juneaupoets.wordpress.com We had over 160 entries last year, so we ask only one entry per person, please. Emily Wall will be hosting a youth poetry workshop at the Downtown Public Library, Sunday, January
The Centennial Hall Advisory Group invites all caterers to come to a meeting on Jan 8 at 2 pm at Centennial Hall to review and comment on the catering policy draft for this year: Catering Policy full. FYI, if you are a current caterer whose permit is about to expire, you will remain on the approved
Ready to sign up to help with Season 45? Go to the link and register today! First up – We are looking for ushers for the Juneau Piano Series with pianist Jon Hays on Friday night, and then for Vusi Mahlasela on Saturday Oct. 20. Both events are at the
Quotes received by JAHC from Candidates about the New JACC: Mayor: Norton Gregory: Cody Shoemaker: Saralyn Tabachnick I am familiar with it. Given the current status with three members of the Assembly taking the ballot initiative away from the voters, I’m looking forward to next steps. I am very supportive.