The entire Juneau Alaska Music Matters (JAMM) family would like to thank the Juneau community and school district for helping this instrumental music and school readiness program available to more children.
New Pathways Alaska is an exciting new program of the Rasmuson Foundation in partnership with the Alaska State Council on the Arts (ASCA), the Foraker Group and EmcArts, a New York-based national non-profit.
The Alaska Arts and Culture Foundation, in partnership with the Alaska State Council on the Arts, has announced the creation of the Alaska Literary Awards, a new program to support Alaska writers.
Alaskans in general (and Juneauites in particular) have many opportunities to enjoy artistic and cultural opportunities.
A group of artists are converging this week in Juneau and Gustavus to participate in an social experiment: what happens when practicing artists, teachers and architects from across the U.S.
Bostin Christopher as a bellowing zombie chasing human prey. Erin Tripp as a bored Juneau teen plotting a car theft at Pel'Meni. And Tom Robenolt as a (very un-PC) gay Japanese ninja security guard confronting stowaways on a whale harvesting ship.
Perseverance Theatre, Yaakoosge Daakahidi Alternative High School and the Artists-in-the Schools program will present the culmination of an eight-week project called WriteOn with an evening of student-written, one-act plays.
While the snowy signs of winter persist atop the mountains surrounding Alaska's beautiful capital city, down at sea level spring is in the air as sunlight draws life back up from the earth.
Jeff Brown will celebrate the release of the fourth issue of his award-winning humor magazine, "Real Alaskan," on Tuesday, April 1, with a booksigning at Hearthside Books downtown, from 4:30-6 p.m.
KETCHIKAN - Ketchikan artist Evon Zerbetz is one of three people selected to create art for the new State Library Archive Museum under construction in Juneau.
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