Art

Coffee & Collections highlights Tlingit language learners

JUNEAU - The Juneau Douglas City Museum will host the Tlingit Language Learners group for a discussion of learning from 10:30 a.m.-noon on Saturday, Dec. 3, for Coffee & Collections. Read more

SHI opens exhibit on Alaska Native masks; open First Friday

SHI opens state-wide Native mask exhibit highlighting ancient, current uses Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) has opened a new exhibit featuring Native masks from across the state that elucidates the masks' ancient and current uses. Read more

Ted Stevens Foundation donates $10K to internship program

The Ted Stevens Foundation has donated $10,000 in support of the University of Alaska State Legislative Internship Program, managed by the University of Alaska Southeast. Read more

Study finds three rivers generate millions in economic activity

The McDowell Group released an economic study commissioned by Salmon Beyond Borders on Nov. 17 which found the present value of three transboundary watersheds threatened by British Columbia (B.C.) mining are valued at just under $1 billion when considering a 30-year horizon.  Read more

Art in Unusual Places

Southeast Alaska literary journal seeks submissions

Are you an artist, photographer, or writer who lives in Southeast Alaska? If so, consider submitting your creative work to Tidal Echoes, Southeast’s literary and arts journal. It is edited and published in Juneau annually by a team of UAS students and faculty. Read more

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Juried Art Show call for entries

The Juneau Arts and Humanities Council is now welcoming entries for the 2016 Juried Art Show. Read more

SHI, IAIA, UAS sign Northwest Coast art agreement

Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) has entered into a three-way partnership with the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA), and the University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) to provide enhanced and expanded Northwest Coast (NWC) art programs and opportunities for Alaska students. Read more

Paul Theroux keynotes 2017 North Words

After writing nearly fifty books of nonfiction and fiction set in the most exotic of locales, America's greatest travel writer is finally headed for one of Alaska's most notorious: Skagway. Read more

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