The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council was established in 1973 as the official arts agency of the City & Borough of Juneau. We invite you to browse through the web site to find out more about the arts in Juneau, connect with other arts organizations, find music teachers, art supporting plumbing contractors, everything you need to be part of the arts community in Juneau.

Office Hours:

Mon-Wed: 10-5 pm * Thur-Fri: 10-6 pm * Sat: noon-4 pm * Sun: Closed
Current Rentals at the JACC
(Note that event start times may vary. Check the Public Events calendar on the right for that information)

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ChickCoreaBF FB

MONDAY, APRIL 28, 7:30 pm

Live on stage in Juneau Alaska, two phenomenal, amazingly gifted, and exciting musicians – Chick Corea and Bela Fleck! A once in a lifetime concert of duets by these “living legends” riffing through blues to bluegrass, classical to country, and back again.

Chick Corea Bela Fleck * Sponsored by Alaska Litho

Less than 40 tickets left!!

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Music on the Fly

6:45 – 7:45 pm on Selected Sundays

Music to uplift and soothe travelers as they begin or end their journeys through the Juneau Airport continues monthly through the winter:

5/25 Pete Redshaw – Guitar/vocals

Full schedule and sign-up info

40th anniversary options jahc

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Help Bring Music Camp for Kids to Eagle, AK

Posted: April 11th, 2014 by Catherine Hatch
Music can bring joy, hope and love to villages struggling with alcoholism, drugs and suicide. Music builds confidence, self-esteem and the closeness of family–just what the community of rural Eagle, Alaska needs as they deal with the lingering flood damage from 2009.
Belle Mickelson started the Dancing with the Spirit project to connect youth and elders through music. In the past seven years, the program has lifted spirits in 25 different communities all over Alaska. Although it has visited Eagle several times in the past, they lack the funding to return this year…so they’ve launched a kickstarter campaign!
Help them reach their goal of $5000 so they can buy camp instruments, music supplies (guitar picks, violin rosin, capos, etc.), healthy snacks for the kids, teaching supplies, staff travel costs to and from Eagle, and hiring quality musicians to teach for the week. The more money raised, the more good can be done!
For more info and to make a contribution, visit their kickstarter page.

The Canvas Art Studio & Gallery is accepting applications for art instructors

Posted: September 12th, 2013 by kari

Deadline for Applications: Friday, November 15th

For a full job description visit:

The Canvas Art Studio & Gallery is seeking a part time Art Instructor to teach three 3-hour classes per week, from January through December, to a group of 6-12 adult artists who experience developmental and/or intellectual disabilities. This position offers other possible opportunities such as: a showcase of work in the Gallery, additional hours of work for Canvas events, workshops, as well as the possibility to teach community art classes in the evening. This position is an excellent opportunity to be an integral part of Juneau’s vibrant art community. Pay Rate $20-25 an hour, depending on experience.

Wet your whistle with recipes featuring Alaska Grown Food

Posted: August 26th, 2013 by kari

This just in from State of AK, Dpt of Natural Resources, Division of Agriculture:

“Chef Gerry Donohoe will be at the Annual Food Festival located at the JACC on August 31st this weekend to present exciting new ways to prepare fresh Alaska grown products. Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to learn new ways to prepare some of your favorite fresh Alaskan items.

The “Chef at the Market” program began in 2011 to help Alaskans learn new ways to prepare fresh Alaska Grown specialty crops*. As the chefs entered the markets, this program turned into much more. Chefs have created relationships with local food vendors and consumers, helping bring local produce to family homes and local restaurants. This year, the program boasts 6 Alaska chefs performing a combined total of 27 demonstrations at 9 local farmers markets and special events. To find out more information about “Chef at the Market” demonstrations in your area contact, Jacquelyn Schade at or (907)761-3858.

*Specialty crops are defined by the Specialty Crop Competitiveness Act of 2004 and the Food, Conservation, and Energy Act of 2008 as: Fruits and vegetables, tree nuts, dried fruits, horticulture, and nursery crops (including floriculture). Eligible plants must be intensively cultivated and used by people for food, medicinal purposes, and/or aesthetic gratification to be considered specialty crops.”

Rasmuson Foundation grant to the Whale Project

Posted: July 2nd, 2013 by Nancy DeCherney

The Rasmuson Foundation announced today that Whale Project, which seeks to erect a life-sized bronze sculpture of a breaching humpback whale on the Juneau waterfront, will receive a $250,000 grant from the Foundation to advance the project; More..

Job Opening in Sitka

Posted: June 18th, 2013 by kari

Spread the word: The Island Institute in Sitka has a job opening for an Associate Director. “The Institute’s has a thirty-year history of working at the intersection of literary arts and community resilience.” The full job announcement is available on their website: Closing date for applications is 7/15/13.

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