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Author Moustakis in Haines this week

...49 Writers' goal to serve writers across the state. These events are supported in part by a grant by the National Endowment of the Arts.The tour begins in Haines with a free public reading by Melinda Moustakis accompanied by local writers and...
A Day in the Life of: Chas' Koowu Tla'a Teri Rofkar

For renowned Sitka Ravenstail and spruce root basket weaver Teri Rofkar, the past, present and future are interwoven.
Juneau and Haines to host writer Melinda Moustakis

49 Writers and Alaska Quarterly Review will host Alaska writer Melinda Moustakis this month as part of a literary tour that combines live events in the Southeast Alaska communities of Haines and Juneau with distance programming, in pursuit of 49 Writers' goal to serve writers across the state. These events are supported in part by a grant by the National Endowment of the Arts.
Teri Rofkar to be awarded honorary doctorate by UAS

The University of Alaska Southeast Sitka Campus recently announced that Sitka artist Teri Rofkar will be presented with an honorary doctorate degree at the University's Spring commencement ceremonies on May 1. She will also be the commencement speaker, and preside over an assemblage of ceremonial dancers wearing many of her robes."This will be the first occasion in historic time that this many of this type of robes will be dancing," Rofkar said in a release.
Going strong: Sitka Fine Arts Camp celebrates 30 years

The Sitka Fine Arts Camp celebrated its 30th year last month with 32 instructors from all over the country, more than 60 courses and its highest-ever enrollment of 230 seventh- through 12th-grade students from 30 Alaska communities.
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City approves changes, extension of Alaska Coastal Management Plan

Juneau joined a group of municipalities rallying support for changes in the Alaska Coastal Management Plan (ACMP), after the City and Borough of Juneau Assembly passed a resolution it hopes will give it and other cities a larger voice in planning.
Juneau Empire Story Archive

Tales told in bars and bookstores, along with seeing wildlife and wilderness, helped a visiting composer write a new piece of music with Alaska's grandeur as a backdrop.
Richard Wilbur looks back on rare life of a happy poet

Poetry is not literally in the air as you drive through the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains, but as the temperature cools and your cell phone loses its signal, a certain space does open up in your mind, a swell of rhythms from an older and calmer time.
Arts for Kids offers six hours of storytelling

...for donations. The group is trying to raise money to match part of a one-year $175,000 grant from the National Endowment of the Arts. The grant would pay for two art teachers to teach lessons to elementary school teachers and students. Juan...
City to take action on synthetic cannabinoids

Striking down fake marijuana is on the table for the City and Borough of Juneau Assembly today.


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