Call for Applications: JAHC Gallery Artists

The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council is now accepting applications from artists to exhibit their work during the 2018/19-exhibition season! Selected applicants will display their work in the Gallery for the duration of approximately one month, with an opening reception on First Friday. The Arts Council Gallery Program supports both

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Call for stories for Willoughby District history project

Juneau Histories Theater Project (working title) An interview-based performance of communities, histories, & connections A production of Ping Chong + Company’s Undesirable Elements series Co-produced & presented by the Juneau Arts & Humanities Council www.pingchong.org www.jahc.org The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council is producing an arts and community engagement project

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Call for Art: CFA E18-080 – Design & Production of a Fire Dish (Art) for the Native Burial Ground Monument at Sayeik Gastineau Community School

The City & Borough of Juneau, Alaska is constructing a Native Burial Ground Monument at Sayeik Gastineau Elementary School. The Fire Dish shall be part of the monument installed at Sayeik Gastineau Community School. Deadline for submittals is 2:00 PM November 16, 2017. Contacts for this project are: Greg Smith,

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HUMAN:ties – a $10,000 social practice grant by the Alaska Humanities Forum

Check out this incredible opportunity celebrating the intersection of art & humanitarian projects, hosted by the Alaska Humanities Forum. Program Website Grant Information Online Application HUMAN:ties Featured on KSKA’s Hometown Alaska A description from the website: The Alaska Humanities Forum’s HUMAN:ties initiative explores the influence of human connection on one’s

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Call for Art: Season 44 Brochure

Call for Art: Season 44 Cover Art, Juneau Arts & Humanities Council The JACC needs you, artists!  Background: The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council will soon present Season 44 of the Performing Arts & Culture Concert series, special fundraising events, free community events, and annual grant, scholarship, gallery, and festival opportunities. While Season 44 events officially begin in September

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JAHC to Host Grantsmanship Training Program in August

Grantseekers can learn proven grantsmanship techniques at workshop to be held in Juneau, August 14-18, 2017. Juneau Arts & Humanities Council will host a Grantsmanship Training Program in Juneau, the week of August 14-18. The intensive, five-day, hands-on workshop for nonprofit and government grantseekers will take participants step by step

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“Scaling Up” Artists’ workshop with Will Kozloff

Join Will Kozloff (see his work on Instagram @lodust) in creating the set pieces for the Governor’s Awards for the Arts. Learn about “Scaling Up” and becoming a successful public artist. At lunch time, take a break for lunch with Jeff Baird of the Rasmuson Foundation to talk about how

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Call for Artists – Tidal Echoes

Call for Artists: Tidal Echoes Posted on November 15, 2016by juneauarts Tidal Echoes is Southeast Alaska’s annual Literary and Arts Journal that is published through the University of Alaska Southeast. We publish prose, poetry, paintings, drawings, photography, and ceramics. We are currently open for submissions from all Southeast Alaskan residents until our December

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Artists As Educators: Seminar Series

Calling all Teaching Artists interested in FREE Professional Development from The Kennedy Center! September 23, 24 & 25, 2016  The Juneau Arts and Humanities Council will sponsor visiting Teaching Artist, Randy Barron for a dual seminar series for teaching artists working in school settings. Seminar Series: “Mapping the Journey: Planning

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