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Things are looking Native, Natives looking Whiter  installation by Nicholas Galanin 
Tlingit/Aleut/ Multi-Disciplinary Artist 
    

 

Galanin
"I work with concepts, the medium follows.  In the business of this "Indian Art World" I have become impatient with the institutional prescription and its monolithic attempt to define culture as it unfolds.  Native American Art will not be commonly defined as our work moves freely through time.  The viewer, collector, or curators' definition often conveys more about themselves than that of the "Native Artist".  In the past I have struggled with this title, though I now embrace my position as a contemporary indigenous artist with belief that some forms of resistance often carry equal amounts of persistence. "  ...Nicholas Galanin

Opening Reception 5 to 7 pm February 3,   Artist talk 5 pm

The First IndigenAud Show 9 pm  February 3

featuring Nicholas Galanin aka Silver Jackson
and Inupiaq rapper, Allison Warden aka AKU-MATU
Bunnell Street Arts Center, donations appreciated



JAZZLINE
directed by Jocelyn Shiro Westphal

Twelve years of shows with variety as the hallmark style!
Featuring new dances in Jumpstyle, HipHop, Burlesque, Pop, Crump and more, Jazzline never fails to surprise, delight and inspire. 

at the Mariner Theatre
Friday,  February 10, 2012     7 pm
Saturday,  February 11, 2012     3 pm and 7 pm

8$ Youth / $16 Adults     Tickets at Bunnell and the Homer Bookstore
Saturday Matinee Family Special!  $35 / Family of 4

JAZZLINE sponsors Homer-area Artist in Schools  www.bunnellstreetgallery.org for more information
 
D Projects

FEEL THE HEAT

D Projects and Out North Contemporary Art House brings the heat of Miami to Alaska in the dead of winter. B-Boy, beatbox, rhyme and live music create complex characters all living to tell their American Dreams in two solo shows.  

 

February 24 and 25,  8 PM, $25 suggested / pay as you can

advance tickets at Bunnell Street Arts Center 

 

NE 2nd Avenue by Teo Castellanos takes the audience on a runaway journey through Miami's richly textured mix of cultures and influences. Insanity Isn't by Rudi Goblen opens eyes in a nightmare of modern proportions, keeps it real the way only a B-Boy can, and finds the way to insane sanity. The critically acclaimed NE 2nd Avenue won the Fringe First Award at the 2003 Edinburgh Fringe Festival (past winners include Emma Thompson and Rowan Atkinson). Mature content: language, adult themes.   

 

Teo and Rudi are Artist in Schools at Fireweed Academy 3-6  Feb. 20-23. 

  

This project is made possible with generous support from National Performance Network, Out North, the National Endowment for the Arts and WESTAF/TourWest and Alaska State Council on the Arts.  

  

 
Plate Project 2012 Plates Now Available for Painting
paint "blank" plates anytime during regular art center hours 

 

Plate PaintingNow is the time to layout your 2012 designs. Stop by Bunnell to sign out a blank plate and begin your layout in pencil.
In February, we will set up for plate painting parties and workshops!

Planning your design? Look for bold graphic ideas, black outline and bold color to create dynamic positive - negative excitement.
Time is of the essence. A great plate shows hours of careful labor.



 

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In This Issue
Nicholas Galani
D Projects
Plate Project
Jazzline

February  Calendar

NICOLAS GALANIN
Installation-video art
February 3
Artist talk 5 pm
Concert 9 pm

JAZZLINE
February 10, 11th
benefits
Artist in Schools  
 
D PROJECTS
Super Hip Miami-based performance art
February  24, 25
Artist in Schools
February 20-23


PLATE PAINTING
on going, February forward!

Life Drawing
ongoing
Tuesdays 6:30-9


  MARCH

JIM WOODRING
graphic novelist returns Artist in Residence
workshops for youth and adults at Bunnell

On The Ice
Movie
an award-winning
Alaskan Native Mystery
March 22nd, 6pm
 March 24th at 1pm
watch trailer


APRIL
EVENTS


Raven's Radio Hour
hilarious romp through
Native cultures based on 1940's style radio variety show with
Jack Dalton,
Ed Borgeoise and
Ethan Petticrew
at Islands and Ocean
Auditorium
April 20 and 21


Juliana Osinchuk
Paul Sharpe
piano & double bass
in concert
April 22



2012 Exhibitions
January
Sandy  Gillespie
Artist in Residence
February
Nicholas Galanin
March
Jim Woodring
Artist in Residence

April
Esther Hong & Don Mohr
May
Nancy Burnham & Sandy Gillespie
June
Ann-Margret Wimmerstedt
July
Deb Schwartzkopf & Asia Freeman
August
Ron Senugetuk &
Abraham Rueban
September
Alan Parks
October
TBA Artist in Residence
November
Kathy Smith
December
Deland Anderson

Bunnell's Board of Directors:

Rika Mouw, Pres.
Gaye Wolfe,Vice-pres.
Diane McBride, Sec.
Michele Miller, Treas.
Brianna Allen
Maura Brenin
Sandy Gillespie
Carla Klinker Cope

Art Koeninger
Jo Michalski
Flo Larson
Aimee Sulczynski
Carol Swartz
Ann-M. Wimmerstedt



 

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