SHI joins forces with Any Given Child

SHI joins forces with Any Given Child, local groups, in arts initiativeFor the CCWSealaska Heritage Institute has partnered with a national arts program and local organizations to teach Southeast Native cultures to children annually at the Walter Soboleff Building. Starting in November, all second-grade students in the Juneau School District will go on annual arts excursions to the Walter Soboleff Building to learn about the Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian cultures.
From Juneau to Carnegie Hall

...Indiegogo page they plan to put online in the next few weeks, after they finish a video), through the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council, and through donations at their concerts. (Checks have to be written to the JAHC, with a memo line noting...
Come to the Cabaret! set for Oct. 16 a benefit for the 30th annual Juneau Jazz & Classics Festival May 6-21. Tickets are $20 at the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council, Hearthside Books and online at
The art of teaching

...said; fusing curriculums is one solution.In partnership with the University of Alaska Southeast, the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council, the Canvas and other community organizations, teachers will have the opportunity to attend classes taught...
Alaska Poetry Out Loud registration open for schools that include grades 9-12

...for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation have partnered with the Alaska State Council on the Arts and the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council to support 2016 Poetry Out Loud, a free high school program that encourages youth to learn about great...
Letter: Juneau education needs more than a good acronym

...parents will push for Art, too, and that gets us STEAM. (As a result of the art-less STEM proposal, the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council is considering whether to remind the school board that art instruction is for all students, even in charter...
McDowell Group to examine community needs for Willoughby Arts Complex

The pARTnership, a collaboration between Perseverance Theatre and the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council, has contracted with the McDowell Group to complete interviews with local non-profit organizations, community leaders and industry...
Chautauqua volunteers thank Juneau community for involvement of the arts and public broadcasting in Alaska's capital city!A special cheer goes out to the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council for stepping in when their assistance was most needed.We would like to thank Alaska Coach Tours, Alaska...
Christine Lenora Campbell

...Wagar of New Park Richey, Florida. If wished, send memorials to 1) Juneau Friends of the Library, 2) Juneau Arts and Humanities Council, or 3) Mayo Clinic for cancer research.
Douglas L Gregg

Douglas L. GreggThe long and remarkable life of Douglas Larson Gregg came to its earthly end July 21, 2015, at the Juneau Pioneers Home. Doug was born in Marshalltown, Iowa, January 6, 1927, to James and Inez (Larson) Gregg. When he was young, the


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