Arts UP! What's happening in Juneau week of June 2, 2016

  Welcome to Juneau! What’s happening this week: the highlights Thursday June 2 – June 8, 2016 586-ARTS • complete calendar online at www.jahc.org Usual ticket outlets: Juneau Arts & Culture Center, Hearthside Books downtown & Valley, Rainy Retreat Books and online at jahc.org              Thursday Jun 2   10am-5pm                House

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ArtsUp! What's happening in Juneau this week!

  Thursday March 3 – March 9, 2016 ArtsUp 03-3-16 (PDF Version) 586-ARTS • complete calendar online at www.jahc.org Usual ticket outlets: Juneau Arts & Culture Center, Hearthside Books downtown & Valley, Rainy Retreat Books and online at jahc.org              Thursday Mar 3 5:30pm                      Downtown Family Night at the Juneau Public

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ArtsUp! Whats Happening in Juneau this Week!

Events in Juneau for the week of January 21-27, 2016     ArtsUp 01-21-16 (PDF version) Friday, January 22     6pm-8Pm                  Louis Miller Fine Art Studio pARTy: Date Night! Moon Birds for adults River Place, Juneau, 789-3546 – 21+ 6pm-9pm                  LIVE jazz at Rockwell with the Traveler Duo: Doug Bridges on tenor

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2016 Governor's Awards for the Arts and Humanities Recipients Announced

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Shannon Daut, 907.269.6610 or 1.888.278.7424 Date: December 11, 2015   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 2016 GOVERNOR’S AWARDS FOR THE ARTS AND HUMANITIES RECIPIENTS ANNOUNCED Once a year, a select few Alaska citizens and organizations that exemplify great art and devotion to the humanities are recognized for enriching the

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Naughty Or Nice Photo Booth

Are you Naughty or Nice?  Thank you to our sponsors, vendors, and volunteers to this years Naughty Or Nice Fundraiser! We could not have done it without the generosity from Specialty Imports and K&L Distributors, as well as the Flustered Cluckers, our fearless photographer Adriane of Adriane Honerbrink Photography, and

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Martha Redbone LIVE

Juneau Arts & Humanities Council is delighted to present Martha Redbone, a Brooklyn based, Independent Music Award-winning musician of Cherokee, Choctaw, Shawnee and African-American descent.  Tickets are on sale now at The Juneau Arts & Culture Center, Hearthside Books, and at www.jahc.org.  Tickets range from $5 for UAS Students and

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