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“Spare” undoubtedly succeeds in humanizing Harry
“Before the Coffee Gets Cold” is the debut novel of author and playwright Toshikazu Kawaguchi
Annual Homer Burning Basket lights up the Spit on Sunday night
Homer Documentary Film Festival returns for 18th year with solid mix
Festival includes a mix of live and virtual events
The exhibit by Kate Lochridge came about after her internship this summer as a National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration Ernest S. Hollings Scholar and Artist in Residence
Pratt show features Native art of the pandemic and beyond
Events in July include art, farm tours
COTL line up includes The English Bay Band, a group that played in 1980
The Seldovia Solstice Festival starts at 11 a.m. today, June 16, with a music jam on the Seldovia Bay Ferry
Zerbinos markets work through social media with novel products like stickers.
Artist uses art to explore the blurred boundaries between sorrow and celebration, hardship and healing
A trio of artists visit Bunnell Street Arts Center in April as Artists in residence
A chronicle of vanishing ice: A new exhibition at the Pratt Museum by painter David Rosenthal
Featuring art by youth in kindergarten through high school
Stennabb is in Homer as part of a two-month-long artist in residency exchange with the Konstmuseet, Skövde Kulturhus in Sweden
Gaye Wolfe estate donated vast collection of works to arts council.
Pratt Museum & Park photo exhibits feature works by three photographers
Dr. Sami Ali made 2019 resolution to paint every day — and then the COVID-19 pandemic hit.
Bunnell Street Arts Center artistic director is one of nine honored.