49 Writers, an Alaskan literary group, has invited playwright and satirist Joanna Castle Miller to teach a four-week class series. Her curriculum is designed to help writers craft sharp, funny satire.
“Capturing the Light” by Kerry Kirkpatrick opens this First Friday, November 4, at the City Museum.
“Who could ever believe that [ICWA] would be taken away?” one adoptee asks. “Imagining a world where that doesn’t exist is just too, too painful.”
Indigenous artists say the disqualification raises questions of who gets to be heard in Juneau’s art community, and who doesn’t.
Like many other events in the pandemic era, the show was virtual, but that didn’t keep the artists involved from having fun in 2021.
Juneau public works director Katie Koester says the concept is a different vision from the $4.5 million proposal for a standalone facility that voters rejected to fund in 2019.
Juneau voters appeared to approve one ballot proposition and reject another in Juneau’s municipal election Tuesday. A third proposition was too close to call.
While the sponsors say the New JACC Partnership’s full-page ad in the Juneau Empire wasn’t intended to be political, those upset by it feel the ad implied their support for a contentious ballot proposition.
The most contentious part of Juneau’s municipal election has turned out to be a trio of ballot propositions related to funding for the community’s aging arts venues.
Three questions related to updating and improving Juneau’s arts and culture venues will appear on the municipal ballot.