Masks are required. Both facilities are now open!

Take advantage of the programming offered by our local arts groups to get children involved!

Juneau-Douglas City Museum

Juneau Public Libraries

To be scheduled with MJ Grande, youth services librarian:

  • Illustration in literature
  • Subject area: Artists world (or other subjects)
  • Introduction to library skills
  • Subject area exploration/best books

Programming to be scheduled with Jonas Lamb:

  • Adopt a visiting author/illustrator
  • eBooks @ the Library
  • Blogging 101
  • Intellectual Property in Context: Blink182, Up All Night Video

Juneau Underground Motion Picture (JUMP) Society

The JUMP Society does a film festival in January and July and encourage community submissions and participation.

Submissions are open year round. They also host workshops throughout the year on filmmaking, animation, and other related topics.

Email :

Perseverance Theatre

  • Student Matinees
    All matinees begin at 10am.  Ticket price is $8 for students. One free chaperone ticket is available for every 25 students booked.  Please inquire about discounts when booking students to see multiple productions.  Enhance the experience by booking a workshop to prep students for seeing a play at Perseverance.  Students will participate in a series of theatre exercises around the plot and the themes of the production they are attending.  Call Julie Coppens at (907) 364-2421 for information on matinee dates.
  • Young Company
    Young people interested in acting may participate in Young Company at Perseverance Theatre. The six- to eight-week intensive after-school theatre program for ages 10 to 16 is held in the fall and spring. The fall program focuses on building acting skills, while the spring program builds on those skills by doing a full theatrical production. The class is offered at the theatre. Tuition is $200. Scholarships are available for students in need. Classes will begin mid-October.
  • University of Alaska Southeast
    Perseverance Theatre provides courses to create a theatre minor at the local university. Acting, directing, theatre appreciation and a variety of upper level courses aim at providing an in-depth theatre education experience for the college student.
  • Workshops
    The education department at Perseverance Theatre offers workshops in acting, creative dramatics, improvisation, movement for the stage, team building, voice and speech. These workshops can stand alone or be fully integrated into already existing curriculum. Workshop length can range from one class to up to three weeks. Schedule and cost can be negotiated during booking.

Phone: (907) 364-2421

Theatre in the Rough

Juneau Symphony

Offers student concerts in the spring for 4th and 5th graders. 586-4676

Juneau Jazz & Classics 

Offers free noon concerts, and artists in classrooms in May 463-3378

The Alaska Youth Choir 

Offers workshops, choral training, and hosts other choirs from around the country; with a goal of developing and encouraging life-long learning, enjoyment, and love of music. For ages 6 and up. Call 789.1941 or online at

Sketch Studio 

Classes for children and adults

The Canvas

Classes for children and adults

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