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Krista Detor's Concert Dec. 9 features Chocolate Paper Suites
Krista Detor An Indiana-based pianist singer-songwriter who defies genre, Krista Detor's music has been compared to Leonard Cohen, Laura Nyro, Tom Waits and Joni Mitchell. Mudshow, released in 2006, reached #1 on the Euro-Americana Chart. Detor's next album, Cover Their Eyes, made similar waves in the European musical wold reaching #3 on the chard. 2010 brings the release of Chocolate Paper Suites to rave reviews. Detors international tour includes Bunnell next Thursday at 7:30 PM!
Tickets only at Bunnell Street Arts Center
$18 general/$15 Bunnell members
$10 youth ages 12-18
Lindianne Glasgow is Lady Greensleeves on piano, Dec. 3
While your out and about for First Friday, stop by Bunnell for the lovely piano stylings of Lindianne Glasgow. This Homer composer presents variations on Greensleeves and other new compositions. No admission - donations are welcome. Our exhibit won't change till December 17, so we'll have tea, cookies and good cheer amidst Keren Lowell's stunning installation. Consider buying local art for holiday gifts this year! Plenty of options are available in the retail gallery. All are welcome.
Lynn Naden's installation, "Spectrum," opens third Friday
Spectrum Homer multi-media artist and innovator, Lynn Naden opens a new site-specific installation which features an exploration of light and cast paper. Naden, who has been experimenting with paper scupture for nearly twenty years, paints her highly textured paper pulp sculptures with gentle light spectrums. The exhibit opens December 17 and runs through January 31. Naden will provide an exhibit tour and talk on Friday, December 17 at 6 pm, with a catered reception from 5 to 7 pm open to all.
Keren Lowell, "Subcutaneous" on exhibit thru December 11
Lowell 2Subcutaneous: being, living, used or made under the skin.
"In this installation, I'm investigating the mutable boundaries of  surfaces - those of the earth and the body, its skin and cellular structures, even the gallery walls. I feel separate and sometimes isolated from others, the planet, even my own biology, yet these skins reveal how porous these boundaries really are."  -- Keren Lowell
Dave Welty, Jerami Youngblood & Sunrose sing December 18
Dave Welty Known for their robust classical vocal performances with a humorous Homer twist, local opera stars reunite for an evening of "classics with a little Christmas" to sparkle up the season, Saturday December 18 at Bunnell Street Arts Center. Tickets are $18 general/$15 Bunnell members/$10 youth and seniors, available at Bunnell Mon-Sat 12-5.

image: Dave Welty performing at Bunnell in 2009.
350 EARTH is an international exhibit at Bunnell Street Arts Center, calling on all people to use your most powerful skill --your creativity--to convey the urgency of climate change.
350 earth Scientists say that 350 parts per million CO2 in the atmosphere is the safe limit for humanity.  We are not at 388.5 ppm.  Learn more about 350ppm --what it means, where it came from, and how to get there at By contributing a work of art you can make art the tool to bring people together, to educate and inspire them. This is a great project that everyone can get involved in, inciting dialog and linking Homer to this global movement.

350 Earth runs February 4-26, 201.
Proceeds from sales benefit 350 Earth.

Artwork donations due:  Jan 29-Feb 1
Bunnell Street Arts Center
Size and format limitations:  10" x 10," all media (2 and 3-D)
Create together:  Sat, Jan. 15 and Sun, Jan. 23, noon to 5 pm, $10 stretched canvas and paints provided, or bring your own materials; all ages welcome!
Questions: Sharlene Cline 235-3272 or
Bunnell Street Arts Center is a non-profit organization supported in part by grants from the City of Homer Grants Program through the Homer Foundation, the Ramuson Foundation, the Alaska State Council on the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
Homer Foundation, ASCA, Rasmuson,, NEA, City of Homer
The arts center is open Monday through Saturday 12 to 5pm.
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December Calendar
Variations on Greensleeves Lindianne Glasgow
Dec 3, 5 - 7 pm

Krista Detor

December 9, 7:30

Keren Lowell

on exhibit thru 12/11

Lynn Naden
opens 12/17
artists talk 6 pm

Life Drawing
is ongoing till April & open to everyone
every Tues. 6:30-9
for more info and/or if you are interested in modelling call 299-7403

Vocal Classics with a little Christmas, too
arias and duets with Jerami Youngblood, Dave Wetly & Sunrose Dec. 18

Joe DeCino

Family Style

December 30
7:30 -12  pm,
Alice's Champagne Palace


Emma Hill Concert
January 8, 8 pm


Time Immemorial

a play telling the entire history of an Inupiaq village on the North Slope of Alaska, through the experiences of two characters, Tulu and Miti. The play deals with the major changes experienced by the Inupiaq, most notably,
the varying and disintegrating changes post-contact with Western culture.
Feb 18, 19

350 Earth
opening potluck party with Homer's Youth Orchestra

Mariah Ver Hoef
closing concert
for 350 Earth
February 26

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Bunnell's Board of Directors:

Rika Mouw, Pres.
Gaye Wolfe,Vice-pres.
Diane McBride, Sec.
Michele Miller, Treas.

Briana Allen
Sandy Gillespie
Art Koeninger
Jo Michalski
Flo Larson
Lee McCartt
Eva Saulitis
Sam Smith
Aimee Sulczynski
Carol Swartz
Ann-M. Wimmerstedt

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