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Last month, the Pratt Museum reopened on a scaled-back basis with its summer show, “Entangled: Exploring Natural History Collections from Kachemak Bay.” Put together by… Continue reading
The large figurative and landscape paintings are part of a narrative, “Eat, drink and be merry …”
It will enter Sealaska Heritage Institute’s permanent collection.
American icons to take stage in outdoor July 4 performance
The concert came about after the pandemic forced KBBI to cancel a planned Solstice weekend concert.
Local artists meet a critical eye at Kenai Fine Art Center
Each artist includes a statement about their experience with disability.
“When I do my art, it’s a celebration of the things close to me that I love.”
And it’s all made of felt.
‘We all have a response to Denali in different ways.’
“He took traditional themes and topics and just completely did them his own way — I mean, completely.”
Cope has been an almost lifelong artist who knew from age 2 she wanted to create.
Using narratives and family photographs, the book covers the 60 years of Homer’s growth.
The bright, dynamic colors illustrate a technique that dates back to the Old Masters.
The hiatus comes in the midst of budget cuts to the University of Alaska imposed by Gov. Dunleavy.
The 16th annual Homer Documentary Film Festival begins Thursday.
In encaustic painting, artists melt a media of beeswax and damar to about 220 degrees Fahrenheit.
About 10 people draped in black a sculpture by artist Sean Derry in front of the Kachemak Bay Campus
She is one of 25 Alaska artists to receive a $7,500 Project Award.
“Accessibility and collections care were the main priorities — and visitor experience”