We are thrilled to welcome David Pettibone as our September gallery artist.
David received his BFA in Painting from the Rhode Island School of Design and his MFA in Painting from the New York Academy of Art. He regularly exhibits his work on both coasts, including most recently the Anchorage Museum, and has taught painting and drawing at various schools and institutions in New York City.
Homer Council on the Arts’ Fun with 5x7 call for entry is now open!
This small works exhibition invites artists 16 and over, aspiring through accomplished, to submit work in any media. All entries must be of original design and personal execution within the last three years.
A Tape Sculpture Workshops for artists from age 10 and up, August 28 & 30, from 3:30–5:30. Participants will make human-mold sculptures out of plastic wrap and packing tape.These sculptures are fun, easy to make, and can take on any pose. Let’s create
Rising by Brenda Dolma is a 45 minute one woman show.
A young scientist experiences first hand a rapidly shifting climate in a residential zone that wasn't supposed to flood.
Come to our free reading of the play, read by Chloë Pleznac, on July 18th, at 7pm.
Rising was selected at the 26th annual Valdez Last Frontier Theatre Conference Playlab for 2018.
Sharlene Cline inhales the complicated world around her and responds to it with her art. From distilling nature, like sparrows perched on fireweed, to it essence and Chi (breath of life), to conversing with world issues like tolerance and climate change, she achieves this through layers of Chinese brushwork, decorative paper, and acrylics.
“Our Playground” is Sharlene’s response to climate change deniers. It shows the effects of climate change on our earth’s water, with aerial views on a time spectrum. The title “Our Playground” refers to our view of our world that our planet is only here for our use, our fun, but our playground is beginning to crack.
July 6 1:00 - 2:30 PM Advanced Fiddle Master class
July 6 3:00 - 4:30 PM Intermediate Guitar in the DADGAD Tuning
The Alaska Literary Awards were established in 2014 by the Alaska Arts and Culture Foundation, through a generous gift from Peggy Shumaker and Joe Usibelli.
The Alaska Literary Awards recognize and support writers of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, playwriting, screenwriting, and mixed genres. Any Alaska writer over the age of 18 who is not a full-time student is eligible to apply. Quality of the work submitted is the primary consideration in determining who receives the awards. There are no restrictions on the writer’s use of the award and no formal report is required.
A select number of $5,000 awards will be awarded annually.
Deadline is August 19th, 2018.
The circus is coming to town! Look for the big circus tent on the Homer Council on the Arts lawn!
The Great Benjamins are a family of 3rd generation Circus performers originating out of Mexico and the United States. Featuring Clowns, Juggling, acrobats, Daredevils, and much more! They pride themselves in bringing to you one of the oldest forms of live family entertainment.
Thursday, June 21 at 7pm
Friday, June 22 at 4:30pm & 7:00pm
Family pass General $55, Box $80, Adult $20, $28, Kids $14, 20
Friday, May 11, 2018
Hosted by Joslyn Peonies
65375 Diamond Ridge Rd.
Great Food. Great Art. Great Cause.
Immerse yourself with celebrity chef Kirsten Dixon, renowned musicians Mannfried Funk & Daniel Perry, combined with visual and functional art from beloved local artists. We look forward to sharing this special evening with you!
Opening reception is April 6, 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
The equinox has passed and we are diving headlong into Spring! Come to Homer Council on the Arts to celebrate the rejuvination of color, light, and rebirth through the exhibit entitled “Petals”, by Linda Robinson. This fiber art exhibit includes all original wall hangings created by layering and embellishing hand dyed fabric. Applying techniques of embroidery and machine and hand quilting create vibrant works of art. These warm, tactile pieces transmit a sense of rejuvenation, reminding us that the beauty and delicacy of flowers is just around the corner.
Aerial Yoga classes fuse yoga poses with aerial hammocks to allow for a full body stretch that increases flexibility beyond what traditional yoga provides. Creative sequences build strength, coordination and mental poise. Great for all levels - modifications will be given individually so that students can practice to their personal edge.
(Anchorage, AK) – Emerging and established artists are invited to apply for Alaska State Parks’ third annual Artist-In-Residence Program. Alaska State Parks is excited to expand the program to Kachemak Bay and the Mat-Su this year.
With live music accompaniment, this class is designed for adults with mobility challenges to increase mobility, flexibility, stability, and to provide social opportunities.
Deadline November 30th.
Kachemak Bay Quilters: Service Quilts
First Friday Opening Reception: 5-7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 3
Exhibit runs Nov. 3-Nov. 28, 2017
"We feel there is nothing better to let people know we care by giving them comfort and a big hug with a quilt in their time of need."
Starting October 1, Rasmuson Foundation will begin accepting nominations for the 2018 Distinguished Artist Award. The deadline for nominating artists for this grant award is December 15.