The 20-foot-long sculpture was made by Lingít artist Robert Mills last year during the pandemic
More than 30 artists, children and crafters got together this past weekend for an open studio gathering at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center. The Artists of All Nations events are a result of the JAHC’s Diversity and Inclusion Task Force, which responded to Alaska Native artists’ desire to create art as a collective experience.
Ten Alaska teens competed in 2017 Poetry Out Loud state competition in Juneau.
The teaching strategy is part of a district-wide initiative to bring more art into students lessons. These kids are getting warmed up — they’re a pumpkin.
Juneau ended up being exactly what Ricci Adan needed. And Juneau’s artistic world needed Adan.
Local agencies offer various services such as blood testing, oral cancer screenings, legal advice and housing applications at the annual Project Homeless Connect event. Job loss has been surveyed as the most reoccurring reason for homelessness in Juneau from previous years at the event.
The Juneau Arts and Humanities Council’s Wearable Art show is this weekend at Centennial Hall. Now in its fourteenth year, the theme is “Technicolor” and artists have been preparing for months. KTOO caught up with three of the participants and filmed short profiles. Meet Teresa Busch.