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In its exhibits, the Pratt Museum & Park has used artistic expression to explore scientific concepts like plankton, the tides or — in a current… Continue reading
‘Pandemic Portraits’ is at Land’s End Resort An exhibit by 15 photographers of 16 cancer patients diagnosed during the COVID-19 pandemic is on display through… Continue reading
Homer Documentary Film Festival returns with COVID-19 precautions and a solid line up of films.
Alaska World Arts Festival starts Friday The Alaska World Arts Festival returns in a mixed live and virtual format starting Friday, Sept. 10 and running… Continue reading
Basket in a time of pandemic will seek to rebuild community, organizer Muller says.
Two large group shows opening this Friday offer chances to see the breadth and depth of Alaska art. At the Homer Council on the Arts,… Continue reading
Pride and Prejudice opens Pier One Theatre’s production of Pride and Prejudice opens this weekend. Adapted from the Jane Austen novel by Kate Hamill, it… Continue reading
Fourth book by Homer author Dorothy S. Cline considers hard truth about nature.
Spenard artist chops, shears and welds decommissioned road signs to make art.
HCOA holds one-day special event The Homer Council on the Arts will be presenting a special event exhibit and reception of Tim Troll’s “Waters of… Continue reading
59 North Creations features work by Tracy Hansen and other local artists.
Anderson presents theater workshops In collaboration with the Homer Council on the Arts and Pier One Theatre, Homer grown artist Jim Anderson returns to town… Continue reading
10th festival will be more spread out and completely outdoors.
First Friday shows feature new paintings and photographs by Homer and Alaska artists.
Human mosiac art project happens Sunday at Bishop’s Beach.
Letters home span the entire length of World War II from a Navy corpsman’s perspective.
Peony farm, art classes led Martin back to an interest in art.
Homer Council on the Arts, Pier One Theatre and Bunnell Street Arts Center offer live music and theater this month.
Fourth of July weekend opens with First Friday exhibits.
Ninilchik artist Argent Kvasnikoff’s ‘Tuyanitun: Tuggeht’ will be installed at Tuggeht — Bishop’s Beach