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Art in unusual places

The Empire's Arts & Culture section welcomes reader-submitted images of art in unusual or unexpected places.

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Alaska Writer Laureate Nora Dauenhauer finishes up two-year term

Alaska State Writer Laureate Nora Marks Dauenhauer sits at the dining room table in her Douglas home, a stack of books and a cup of tea in front of her.
Amy Fletcher
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Hawai'i's poet laureate Kealoha visits Juneau

When you first learn that Hawaii's Poet Laureate, Kealoha, graduated from MIT with a degree in nuclear physics, it may strike you as an odd combination of hard-core science and fluid creativity.
Amy Fletcher
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SHI wraps up Native American Heritage Month lecture series Tuesday

Sealaska Heritage Institute will sponsor a free lecture on Tuesday, Nov. 25, entitled "Changing shorelines and the Search for Early Habitation Sites" led by Jim Baichtal, Forest Geologist with the Tongass National Forest.
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Tidal Echoes now accepting submissions for the 2015 edition

Attention all artists, authors, playwrights and poets: the University of Alaska Southeast is now accepting submissions for its 2014 edition of Tidal Echoes.
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Symphony review: A scoreless winner

Am I to believe that Troy Quinn, who started singing as a choir boy at age six, now, at age 31, conducts orchestras while singing professionally? Well, it's true in spite of the widespread belief that singers have resonance where others...
JOHN D'ARMAND
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State Library Historical Collections curtails services during move

Beginning immediately, the Alaska State Library’s Historical Collections will curtail reference room hours and reference services in order to physically move the majority of its collections to the secure vault in the new SLAM (State...
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Arts calendar

 EVENTS & MUSIC THURSDAY, Nov. 20 Storytime, 11 a.m., Douglas library. Details: 586-5267. Theatre in the Rough: “The Winter’s Tale...
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UAS drama club presents play about transgender student

The new drama club on the University of Alaska Southeast campus is showcasing a play which aims to entertain and educate on a topic new to many: transgender issues.
Katie Spielberger
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Page to Stage Workshop to feature "Christmas Doll" author

Author Joan Cushing, playwright and composer of "The Christmas Doll", is in Juneau this week to lead a workshop on her play, one week prior to local performances of the piece by Northern Lights Junior Theatre.
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Marianne Manning to lead presentation Saturday at the City Museum

Marianne Manning, whose solo exhibit “Around Town and in the Woods” is on display through the end of November at the Juneau-Douglas City Museum, will be speaking about her work, her process of making art and her career at this Saturday’...
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Final Evening at Egan lecture to focus on racism

This week's Evening at Egan lecture, the last in this fall's series, will be "A Year of Rethinking Racism in Juneau: Reflection and Discussion," led by Dr.
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"Calamity Jane" opens Friday

Theater at Latitude 58 will presents their production of "Calamity Jane" this weekend, with shows running Friday through Sunday.
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The art of the novella

One day whilst browsing at Hearthside, I came upon a little orange book. The book was "Parnassus on Wheels" by Christopher Morley and I quite enjoyed it. It's about books and I love books.
RANDI SPRAY
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