JAHC SEASON 44: PERFORMING ARTS & CULTURE CONCERT SERIES
Announcing Season 44 Performing Arts & Culture Concert Series! Concert info listed below, with event and qualify for discounts from our Members and the General Public:
- JAHC Members: 10% off individual tickets
- Group Tickets: 15% off when buying 4 or more to any Season 44 event
- Active Military: 10% off individual tickets
- Visitor discount: 20% off when traveling from out of town
A TRIBE CALLED RED
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 7:30 PM, CENTENNIAL HALL
The Native Canadian DJ crew incorporates modern hip-hop, traditional pow wow drums & vocals, and edgy electronic styles. They pack the dance floor, promoting acceptance amongst all races and genders in the name of social justice. Local opener Woosh.ji.een !
LA SANTA CECILIA
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 7:30 PM, CENTENNIAL HALL
The voice of of a new bicultural generation in the U.S., La Santa Cecilia blends Latin culture, rock, and world music. This Grammy Award-winning band (Best Latin Rock Album) is fully immersed in modern music while soulfully singing of love, loss, and every day struggles.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16,7:30 PM UAS EGAN LIBRARY
SUNDAY, DECMEBER 17, 4:00 PM, JUNEAU ARTS & CULTURE CENTER
Celebrating 10 years of HOliday pops! A seasonal favorite that's fun for the whole family. Directed by Sally Smith, rehearsals begin October 29 at the JACC, and are always free to listen!
GOSPEL WORKSHOPS & CELEBRATIONS
WORKSHOPS: Monday, February 26 - Thursday, March 1, 6:30 PM, Juneau Arts & Culture Center
CELEBRATIONS: Sunday, March 4, 2018, 2:00 PM & 5:30 PM, Juneau Arts & Culture Center
Infectious, diverse, and participatory vocal gospel music led by Bobby Lewis & Eustace Johnson of Harlem, N.Y.! Brought to you in collaboration with the Juneau Black Awareness Association.
THE QUEBE SISTERS
SUNDAY MARCH 11, 7:00 PM, THUNDER MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL
Three sisters take the stage with fiddle and vocal harmonies boasting authentic, Americana vibes. The Quebe Sisters have won standing ovations at every show, and have been performing and competing since 2000. They’ve shared stages with American music legends like Willie Nelson, George Strait, Merle Haggard, Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder, Ray Price, Connie Smith, Marty Stuart, Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers, Ray Benson and Asleep at the Wheel, Riders in the Sky and many others. Coming soon to a stage near you!
Aan Yátx’u Sáani: Noble People of the Land The Juneau Histories Theater Project
THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 10:30 am & 7:30 pm
FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 10:30 am & 7:30 pm
SATURDAY, MARCH 31 2:00 pm & 7:30 pm
A work in the Undesirable Elements series conceived by Ping Chong
Written and directed by Ryan Conarro and Frank Henry Kaash Katasse, in collaboration with the performers: Ernestine Hayes, Khinkaduneek Paul Marks, Lillian Petershoare, Marcelo Quinto, and Walter A. Soboleff, Jr.
Produced in association with Ping Chong + Company
A one-of-a-kind theatrical event featuring real people, real lives, and real histories, led by internationally recognized Ping Chong +Company. An ensemble of Alaska Native community members share their own personal stories onstage, illuminating their deep connections with Juneau’s Old Indian Village, in the downtown area often called the Willoughby District. Accompanied by music and video projections, they weave their memories with little-known histories revealing massive changes that have marked the heart of the Capital City. The Juneau Histories Theater Project.
The video of the production will be broadcast on 360North on May 3.
Season 44 SPECIAL FUNDRAISING EVENTS
Your participation in these events helps the JAHC continue it's year-long programming - including art education programs, student and individual artist scholarships and grants, free events and services for the community, operating the Juneau Arts & Culture Center, and much more! If you are interested in volunteering or donating to a specific program, don't hesitate to contact us!
Note that because these events are fundraisers, they do not qualify for discounts. However, frequently JAHC members are eligible for ticket pre-sales before they are available to the general public. Become a JAHC member today!
EVERY SECOND THURSDAY OF THE MONTH, OCTOBER - APRIL.
The JAHC and KTOO join forces to bring you an exciting new series - ART GLASSES! Monthly evenings of art projects at rotating restaurants and bars, taught by your favorite local Juneau artists! All classes include materials, and offer a no-host bar. Tickets for each event go on pre-sale to JAHC and KTOO members before going on sale to the General Public. If you're not a member to one of these organizations already, start now and reserve your spot at these fun and creative events!
NAUGHTY OR NICE
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 5:30 PM AT THE JACC
Get feisty and festive at this fundraiser with live music, a no-host bar, and adult carnival games! Have a single friend and want to send them on a date? Nominate them for the first ever Juneau Bachelor & Bachelorette Live Dating Game! More info soon.
WEARABLE ART 2018: MOLTEN
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 8:00 PM, CENTENNIAL HALL
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 3:00 PM, CENTENNIAL HALL
The 18th spectacular celebration of creativity is an annual fundraising event for JAHC scholarships, grants, as well as support for the Juneau Arts & Culture Center. Directed by Margeaux Ljungberg, with Set Design by Akiko Nishijima-Rotch, sponsored by Alaska Airlines and co-sponsored by Haight & Associates. Dates of note:
- NOV 17: Tickets on sale to New JACC Groundbreakers & Registered Artists
- DEC 1: Artist Registrations due, Tickets on sale to JAHC Members
- JAN 15: Tickets on sale to General Public
MOTOWN FOR OUR TOWN
FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 7:30 PM, JACC
Featuring your favorite Bobby Lewis and Eustace Johnson of Harlem, NY, Jaunelle Celair of Fairbanks, and the JACC Stars! This soulful groove party will have you dancing, PLUS - who will be the new King or Queen of Motown? All proceeds benefit the New JACC!
CLINK! VINTAGE 2018
April First Friday, 4/6/18, JUNEAU ARTS & CULTURE CENTER
With live music and refreshments, raise a glass to raise funds in support of the JACC!
Taste 46 amazing wines! Bear Creek Wild Berry, Bear Creek Pomegranate, Borealis White, Roederer Estate Brut, Pine Ridge Chenin Blanc Viognier Sophora Rose, Clean Slate Riesling, Underwood Pinot Gris in cans, A to Z Chardonnay, Man Chenin Blanc, Decoy Sauvignon Blanc, Riff Lageder Pinot Grigio, Matua Sauvignon Blanc, Vidigal Vinho Verde, Yalumba Y Viognier, La Vieille Ferme Rose, Januik Cold Creek Chardonnay, Chateau St. Jean Chardonnay Durell, Hedges CMS Red, Milbrand Merlot, Matchbook Tempranillo, Marietta Old Vine Red, J. Lohr Syrah, Frey Natural Red, Hahn Pinot Noir, Zenato Valpolicella, Gabbiano Chianti, Los Dos Syrah-Grenache, Finca Antigua Garnacha, Perrin Cotes Du Rhone Rouge, Duboeuf Beaujolais Villages, Vistalba Corte C, Root 1 Carmenere, Barnard Griffin Cabernet, Domaine Drouhin Pinot Noir, Argyle Willamette Pinot Noir, Rock and Vine Cabernet Sauvignon, Beringer Knight's Valley Cabernet, Dry Creek Zinfandel Heritage, J. Lohr Seven Oaks Cabernet, Seghesio Sonoma Zinfandel, Marques de Murrieta Rioja, Recougne Bordeaux, Catena Malbec, 19 Crimes Red Blend, Penfolds Bin 8
FREE EVENTS FOR THE COMMUNITY
You don't have to buy tickets to have fun. Here are some of our re-occuring free events.
ARTISTS OF ALL NATIONS GATHERINGS
EVERY LAST SUNDAY OF THE MONTH, 1:00 - 5:00 PM AT THE JACC
Whatever your art, craft, or medium, work on your projects and share inspiration with a roundtable of artists of many nations. Sponsored by the Rasmuson Foundation.
ROCK AROUND THE BLOCK PARTIES
FRIDAYS, JUNE to AUGUST, 5:00PM, LOCATION TBA
Live music, beer garden, markets, food, dancing, and fun for the whole family. Sponsored by Holland America and Princess Cruises.
YOUR LOCAL POETRY COMPETITION, WITH SELECTED POEMS POSTED ON THE CAPITAL TRANSIT BUSES!
Entries accepted November 1 - January 31, Winners announced mid-April.
POETRY OUT LOUD STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 5PM AT 360 NORTH STUDIO
Regional winners from around Alaska compete for the State Championship and the chance to win a $20,000 scholarship. Presented by the National Endowment for the Arts and The Poetry Foundation, in partnership with the Alaska State Council on the Arts.
COMMUNITY DAY ON CAMPUS
Live music, arts, activities, and fun for the whole family. In collaboration with Juneau Jazz & Classics and University of Alaska Southeast.
MAYOR'S AWARDS FOR THE ARTS
SUNDAY, AUGUST 19, 5:00 PM, LOCATION TBD
Celebrating and honoring those who make a difference in our community through the arts. Live music, refreshments, followed immediately by the JAHC members annual meeting.
11th ANNUAL FOOD FESTIVAL
SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 9AM - 1PM, LOCATION TBD
Local celebration of sustainability, with homegrown food, arts, and more!