She’s been selected for both a local collection and a major Indigenous art market.
Another ‘Classics’ in the books.
By Vivian Faith Prescott
More space for teaching, more space for creating.
A schedule of events for May 6, 2022.
“As young people, you have a lot more power than you realize”
The transformative power of theater and a difficult adaptation.
The announcement was made Tuesday evening.
The prolific author and poet has been working for years on the two books.
Much better than “not too bad.”
Play it loud.
Long-awaited musical is set to open soon.
Animals big and small will gather in one place.
“Whoosh! I was floating,”
That “Fun Home” exists at all seems improbable.
This old dog is a good dog.
First there was “The Bear in the Blueberry.” Now, there’s “The Humpback in the Herring.”
Drawing his inspiration from Black and Indigenous communties back east, Blount is the featured artist for 2022.
Steel (pedal) yourself for new music.
Her 26-year tenure is expected to end early next year.
Air source heat pumps for Southeast Alaskans.
If you have a few bags of spruce tips in the freezer, now is the time to use them.
Unless you were in New York City two years ago, you haven’t heard this played live before.
The 47th annual performance of the event returns to live concerts with a roar.
Wake up, Taakw eetí is almost here!
In addition to being cofounders of the project, they’re featured artists this First Friday.
A boot-ique, new exhibits and more
O, ‘Brothers’ scare art thou.
A point at which a course is changed…
“From Oppression to Expression.”
A ghost story is born.
Before the gold rush.
‘Wolf Songs’ features original works about Juneau’s famous Romeo.
Prepare for Oceanic Overtures
We often don’t know how the things we do affects our community.
Two poems by Bonnie Demerjian.
Here’s what’s happening this Friday.
Dear Readers, here are Lessons from the Smokehouse, things we’ve learned in 2021.
‘May We Dream Collectively’
Yes, I’m thinking about fireweed in the middle of winter.
The longtime band fills a jangly niche all its own.
Cakes are a natural accompaniment to murders most foul.
‘Capitvating’ new exhibit contains artist’s lockdown work
The first Friday of 2022 brings a handful of arts-and-culture-connected events to downtown Juneau.
The history of reindeer in Alaska is complex.
What does this actually mean for the lives of Southeast Alaskans?
Southeast Alaska, through the eyes of a Tlingit child, a gift to us older humans.
‘I hope it becomes a staple’: Concertmaster
Tickets are now available