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Milwaukee films Michael Walsh introduces several short films from grad students and faculty at UW, Milwaukee, 7:30PM, following a potluck dinner open to all. This one hour program features  documentary, narrative and experimental shorts. Makers include Kate Balsley, Tony Balco, Josh Baum, Erica Frederickson, Michael Walsh, Steve Wetzel and Josh Weissbach.  Donations to support Bunnell Street Art Center gratefully accepted.
Naden offers cast paper sculpture workshop Jan. 21 and 22
Naden cast paper sculpture Lynn Naden teaches cast paper sculpting methods in her beautiful studio Friday, Jan. 21st (5 to 8 pm) and Saturday Jan. 22nd (10 to 6 pm). A master mold-builder in many different media, Naden will demonstrate and guide participants in uses of cellulose and fabric fiber pulp to create stable and lightweight sculpture. The workshop will take place in her studio with all materials provided.  Minimum 8 participants, Maximum 12.  Bring your own lunch. Workshop fee: $85 general;  $75 Bunnell members. Payment required in advance to confirm participation. Register at Bunnell, call 235-2662 or email
Canvases for 350 EARTH welcome everyone!
Create together at Bunnelll Street Arts Center on Sun, Jan. 23, 12-5 pm, $10 stretched canvas and paints provided, or bring your own materials; all ages welcome! Or stop by Bunnell to pick up a 10 x 10 gallery-wrap canvas ready for you to paint. Questions: Sharlene Cline 235-3272 or 350 Earth is an international exhibit.
Scientists say that 350 parts per million CO2 in the atmosphere is the safe limit for humanity. We are already at 388.5 ppm.  350 Earth is a global movement calling attention to climate change.  By contributing a work of art to Homer's 350 Earth event, you make art the tool that brings people together, educates and inspires. This project involves everyone! Learn more at 350 Earth runs February 4-26, 2011. Proceeds from sales benefit Artwork donations due Jan 29-Feb 1 at Bunnell. All artwork should be 10" x 10" (2D or 3D)

Basic bookmaking workshops January 30, noon to 5pm.
bookmakingAsia Freeman will teach basic bookmaking techniques in several workshops open to all (age 14 and above, no experience necessary) at Bunnell Street Arts Center on selected Sundays in January and February, noon to 5. For each class, participants will each build a blank book with high-quality paper for use as writing or drawing journals. Fee is $45 per class (general) or $40 (Bunnell members) including all materials to make a book; participants will also need to supply several items/tools available in local stores.

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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January 2011 Updates
Milwaukee Films Jan. 19, 7:30 pm

Lynn Naden
Cast Paper Workshop
with Lynn Naden
Jan 21 & 22

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

Bookmaking Workshop
Jan 30, noon to 5
350 Earth
Art Workshop

Jan 23, noon to 5


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 at Bunnell

350 Earth
opening potluck party with Homer's Youth Orchestra

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Bunnell's Board of Directors:

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

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Art Koeninger
Jo Michalski
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Lee McCartt
Eva Saulitis
Sam Smith
Aimee Sulczynski
Carol Swartz
Ann-M. Wimmerstedt

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