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Off the Shelf is a bimonthly literature column written by the staff of The Peninsula Clarion
Steel (pedal) yourself for new music.
Malala Yousafzi writes of the struggle for education in Afghanistan
Forever Dance showcase ‘Among Dreams’ opens
Stennabb is in Homer as part of a two-month-long artist in residency exchange with the Konstmuseet, Skövde Kulturhus in Sweden
The show follows characters and storylines from well-known folklore
Gaye Wolfe estate donated vast collection of works to arts council.
The informal guidebook-style text explores many themes within feminism’s realm
Community event will create paper cranes for Ukraine
Pratt Museum & Park photo exhibits feature works by three photographers
Kenai Art Center features work by amateurs and professionals in show curated by local photographer
A central motif is the idea of masculinity and how that idea is or is not upheld by characters
Artist’s talk includes Decker’s poetry.
Kenai Art Center debuts renovated jail with printmaking show and custom ale
The new theater is projected to cost around $4.7 million.
John Walsh, Pat Broaders and Brenda Castles will perform Friday
New Kenai visitor center show features the vivid colors of nature
Kenai Performers’ ‘The Old People Are Revolting’ debuts
Dr. Sami Ali made 2019 resolution to paint every day — and then the COVID-19 pandemic hit.
Kenai Performers to give workshops on how to create theater costumes