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Arts & Culture

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Alison Bremner works on her first totem pole, carved in honor of grandfather and made possible by the James W. Ray Venture Project Award.

In the Works with Alison Bremner

Alison Bremner is a Tlingit artist living in Yakutat and apprenticing in the Tlingit language. She is a member of the Git-Hoan and Mount Saint Elias Dancers.

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Woodshed Kings: Second motorless race to Ketchikan is underway

When I was a kid we went to see a movie called "Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines. It was a comedy about all sorts of eccentric guys in wacky and improbable early 1900’s airplanes competing to see who, if anyone, could...
DICK CALLAHAN
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July First Friday listings

NORTHERN EDGE CRAFTWORKS: ABE WYLIE The Canvas Gallery 223 Seward Street Reception: 4:30–7 p.m. This is the first public showing of Northern Edge Craftworks, which...
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Juneau museum acquires six local contemporary art pieces

The Juneau-Douglas City Museum has been awarded more than $11,000 from the Museums Alaska Art Acquisition Fund supported by the Rasmuson Foundation to purchase six artworks from three Juneau artists.
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SHI accepting applications for artists in residence

Sealaska Heritage Institute is accepting applications for its new artist-in-residence program at the Walter Soboleff Building in Juneau.
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Nominate artists, organizations for Mayor's Awards for the Arts

Juneau Arts & Humanities Council is welcoming nominations for the 2016 Mayor’s Awards for the Arts.

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