The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council invites artists to create a piece of wearable art for the 2018 Wearable Arts Extravaganza: MOLTEN. Deadline for artist registration is December 1, 2017. To enter Wearable Art 2018, artists need to visit www.jahc.org/wearable-art-2018-molten and: 1. Download, read, and sign the required documents in
We asked the school board candidates for their thoughts on arts in education. Here are: Brian Holst on arts education Jeff Short on arts education
Chuck Collins sent his responses to the Council’s questions about his views on issues relating to the arts in Juneau. Charles (Chuck) Collins Candidate District 1 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?
CONTINUE READING: 2017-09-10 Kiehl JAHC Questionnaire Reply
Andrew “Andy” Hughes, Write-in Candidate for Assembly Area-Wide Questions for the 2017 October Municipal Election Assembly Candidates Describe your involvement/participation in the arts and cultural activities in Juneau. I am recently retired and look forward to opportunities to attend more arts and cultural events. How many times per year do
The Council asked each of the candidates for Assembly and School Board for their thoughts on issues relating to the arts and arts education, so that we can be informed voters on Oct. 3. Loretto Jones sent her comments: Questions for the 2017 October Municipal Election Assembly Candidates Describe your
Fresh produce! Crafts! Artists! Live Music! Learn how forage for local food, compost, make pickles! How to grow Primroses, with Ed Buyarski! (full workshop and music schedule is on the Facebook event) The event is free, open to the public, indoors, and loads of fun! Hope to see you!
Thank you so much to all those who helped the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council purchase a new grand piano, the Wilhelm Schimmel, now in the JACC, and officially dedicated in concert on Thursday evening, July 6. Special thanks to pianist Mary Watson, whose vision, dedication, and leadership led to
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