Posted: Thursday, July 28, 2005

JAHC, J.U.M.P. still looking for 'illegal art'

JUNEAU -The Juneau Arts and Humanities Council and the Juneau Underground Motion Picture society are still looking for artists to create and share works that comment on intellectual property rights and challenge existing notions of creative ownership.

The works will be installed at the JAHC gallery, 206 N. Franklin St., for the month of August and will premier during the First Friday art walk, Aug. 5.

The next day, author and University of Iowa communications professor Kembrew McLeod will lecture at Centennial Hall about the legal environment of intellectual property control. McLeod has written "Freedom of Expression - Overzealous Copyright Bozos and Other Enemies of Creativity," and has trademarked the phrase "Freedom of Expression" in one of his many media pranks.

For more information on these events, contact the JAHC at 586-2787 or or Lucid Reverie at 586-3440 or pat@lrcd.dom.

Alaska Youth Choir needs housing help

JUNEAU -The Alaska Youth Choir will host the Los Angeles Children's Choir Aug. 5-8 and is in desperate need of housing.

Anyone interested in hosting a choir member should call Heather Gluth at 321-5673 or Missouri Smyth at 780-5225, or e-mail

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