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Empire Editorial: Winter in Juneau is arts heaven

...There are plenty of these.On a per-capita basis, Juneau is arguably the the most arts-gifted city in Alaska. Arts editor Amy Fletcher revealed the full spectrum of fall arts last week in her advance preview (if you missed it, it's available...
Thoughts on Richard Dauenhauer

...evermore shall rise to Theeglad hymns of praise from land and sea. The anchor settingwhere it ought to be,you let out scope and power down. ? To add to this list, email Arts Editor Amy Fletcher at
Two poems by Richard Dauenhauer, 1942-2014

...Press. Reprinted with permission from the publisher. Community members who would like to contribute to a remembrance article about Dauenhauer for next week's Arts can contact Arts Editor Amy Fletcher at
A blend of tradition and the unexpected

...artist plans to come back to."The next thing I could do is color," she said. "Maybe the next show." ? Contact Arts Editor Amy Fletcher at or at 523-2283.
Eloping in Alaska

...take two weeks, and we were enchanted with the idea of getting married as spontaneously as arrangeable. I had heard Arts Editor Amy Fletcher talk about Mary Lou Spartz, who was on the list. That was good enough for me. I called and left a tremendously...
Local color

...month of July. To view the full list of First Thursday openings, visit ? Contact Arts Editor Amy Fletcher at or at 523-2283.
Juried Art Show recognizes exemplary works

In introducing the winners of Sealaska Heritage Institute's seventh biennial Juried Art Show and Competition Wednesday evening, juror and Tsimshian artist David R. Boxley took a few moments to express his great passion for Northwest Coast Art.
Five Good Reads: Genevieve Gagne-Hawes

...gorgeous story of two sisters who'll do anything for one another.? To submit your own list of Five Good Reads, email Arts Editor Amy Fletcher at
Five good (Alaskan) reads

...identity. Above all I loved Newman's voice -- honest, insightful, brave, pitch perfect.Amy Fletcher is the Arts editor at the Juneau Empire. To contact the Arts desk, or to submit your own list of Five Good Reads, email amy.fletcher...
Holst's retirement unlikely to be quiet 2011.As for her next move, Holst isn't easy to pin down."(My plans are) subject to change at any moment," she said. "I'm ready for anything."?Contact Arts editor Amy Fletcher at


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