On Saturday, February 25, 2023, Juneau’s educators and teachers gathered at Dzantik’i Heeni Middle School for a one-day Indigenous led conference, Canvas of Aani. The Juneau Arts and Humanities Council partnered with Artful Teaching and Tlingit and Haida to provide Juneau School District teachers (PreK through High School) with culturally
Join the Rasmuson Foundation in learning more about the 2023 Individual Artist Awards! From an overview of the process to workshop sessions with other artists, these virtual events help artists apply for the 2023 Individual Artist Awards! Whether you’re a returning applicant or brand new to the process, there is
Calling all music makers! The statewide Alaska Music Summit is being hosted in Juneau for the first time, and you’re invited! The Alaska Music Summit is a gathering to talk about how musicians work, play, and build community, and we want to hear from everyone involved in making music, from
On Thursday, December 8th, 2022, we held an Art Glasses workshop with local artist, Hollis Kitchin. Attendees purchased tickets for $50, which included materials and a demonstration of watercolor techniques. The Crystal Saloon graciously allowed us to hold the class in their bar, which allowed for a fun atmosphere and
Theater Alaska is offering two opportunities for Alaskan writers to develop work for performance in 2022 – Alaska Writers Workshop and Groundwork. Applications for the Alaska Writers Workshop are due on January 30, 2022, and for Groundwork on January 16, 2022. Applications for these programs can be found at www.theateralaska.org.
Printed Gift Wrap Workshop with Malikah Mika’ela Thursday, December 16, 5-7 PM TICKETS: $45, in person workshop at the Juneau Arts & Culture Center Join the JAHC and local Artist Malikah Mika’ela for a quick afternoon of block printing with potatoes where we will be using a few items that
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
Free Formline Design Class with Robert Mills! 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 Series: We Are Working Together – a new Juneau artist residency series. These residences
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!
If you are a professional artist who is interested in teaching your art form to school-aged students in a classroom setting, please consider signing up for this professional development opportunity. Artists who complete the series will be eligible to apply for placement on local and state Teaching Artist Rosters, and