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Katharine Parker

Juneau lost its best supporter and biggest booster on May 13, when Kay Parker passed away in Seattle. Born in Bangor, Maine on August 15, 1918, Katharine (Kay) led an eventful life that took her from...
Rainforest Warriors

...he's not saying.???Joseph's show is on view at the Alaska State Museum through Oct. 12.Paired with Kay Parker's exhibit of Ravenstail weavings, the show may be the last in the downstairs gallery as the museum prepares to move into...
May First Friday Art Walk

...ceramics and the individual expressions that arose from the process. Also on display throughout the summer at the museum: Kay Parker's exhibit of Ravenstail weavings entitled, "Playing with Lightning," and Tommy Joseph's exhibit of Tlingit armor...
State museum posts two exhibits online

...viewed here: two exhibits, along with Kay Parker's exhibit of Ravenstail weavings, are on view at the museum through Oct. 12.
Bright moments of 2013

...the Juneau-Douglas City Museum. Dan beautifully captures the atmosphere and magnitude of Juneau's landscape.? Kay Parker's Playing with Lightning, Ravenstail Weaving at the Alaska State Museum. The level of craftsmanship and the thousands...
Raven's Tail: Keeping tradition alive

...of the area. "We don't know anything about the evolution of it because there is a lack of written history," said Kay Parker, instructor of the UAS class. "Basketry is the oldest twining art, and we assume one weaver used yarn instead...
This WeeK
UAS plans Native art courses

...Churchill teaching basketry, Seattle's Steve Brown instructing students in design and carving and Douglas resident Kay Parker teaching weaving. Classes generally meet in the evenings, with some weekend sessions included. Students should register...
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Library, Archives and Museums to offer lunchtime lecture series

...Reemergence of Raventail Weaving in southeast Alaska," with weavers Janice Criswell, Bonnie Fitzjarrald, Mary Lou King, Kay Parker, Janet Schempf Twenty years ago, the Friends of the Alaska State Museum sponsored a group of weavers to create the...
Museum's Wednesday lecture to feature "Hands Across Time" robe

...Wednesday, Feb. 9, and will include input from local weavers Janice Criswell, Bonnie Fitzjarrald, Mary Lou King, Kay Parker, Janet Schempf and others. The lecture will describe the creation of the "Hands Across Time Robe," the first original...
Juneau Empire Story Archive direction." The Parkers will move to a retirement home in Seattle on March 22. "We"ll miss everybody here," Kay Parker said. "Believe me." Reddit Archives Larry Parker was involved in a lot of fireworks during his...


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