Ann-Margret Wimmerstedt Exhibit "Arrivals"
June 1 - July 4th, Reception June 1, 5-7pm,
Artist's Talk June 1, 6 pm
Mixed media artist Ann-Margret Wimmerstedt presents a fresh take on encaustics and found objects as she interprets her beachfront habitat by Kachemak Bay.
Bunnell Street Arts Center's Visual Art Exhibition program is sponsored by the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation
Raven's Radio at Pier One Theater
June 1 & 2, 730 pm; June 3rd Matinee 2pm
Humor and satire distinguish this 1940's reader's theater style radio hosted by Raven, the quintessential creator/trickster of all Alaska's Native cultures, and some of the most talented, funny Alaska Native actors in the modern world. A hilarious romp through Alaska's Native cultures, the play is based on legends, stories and present-day occurrences. Features co-writers, Jack Dalton and Ed Bourgeois and Christina Gagnon.
Tix available at Pier One and Bunnell:
$15 general / $13 seniors / $12 members / $10 students
Raven's Radio Hour is supported in part with a Helen Walker Performing Arts Touring Grant from the Alaska Arts and Culture Foundation and a WESTAF TourWest grant and the National Endowment for the Arts.
|Alaskan Women Singer-Songwriters
June 9, 7 pm
Featuring original works on piano by Lindianne Sarno, Caressa Starshine, and Heidijo. This evening is a testament to the abundance of creative musical talent in the small town of Homer.
|Blue Rose Trio
performing June 23, 7:30 pm
Alaskan clarinetist on the UAA Music Faculty, Karl Pasch, joins Wisconsin native Lars Hoefs, and Taiwanese export Rose Chen for Blue Rose Trio, coached by Chamber Music America founder and former Lenox Quartet first violinist Peter Marsh.
The Blue Rose Trio, featuring piano, cello and clarinet, is one of today's most exciting young ensembles, engaging a diverse public with an uncanny marriage of visceral energy and deep sensitivity. Their performances have thrilled audiences in Brazil, China, France, Israel, Alaska, Texas, and California.
Tix $25 pay as you can available at Bunnell.
Andie Thrams Artist in Residence
in collaboration with Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies
California-based painter and book artist, Andie Thrams is Artist in Residence at the Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies' Petersen Bay Field Station with support from Bunnell Street Arts Center and The Willow Fund, a donor-advised fund of the Homer Foundation.
"During this residency I will work on new pages for my ongoing series of artist's books, In Forests (as pictured here) and Field Studies. My process will involve finding and repeatedly visiting particular places and trees, getting to know their forms and energies more intimately than is possible with occasional visits. I will work outdoors (beneath a tarp when necessary) on folded sheets of paper, which will later be bound into my books. I will use watercolor, ink and gouache to document observations of both the seen and unseen with drawing, painting and writing. This unique opportunity will allow a deepening meditation and connection with one particular forest, ultimately guiding the direction of my work."Thrams' Artist Talk Thursday, June 7, 7:30 PM at Bunnell
will feature images of her work. All are welcome to this free event. Meet the artist and learn more about her workshops:Creative Forest Fun for ages 9-12 with an adult
, June 16
Come and join in for some creative fun at Bunnell Street Arts Center. We will work with ink, watercolor, twigs, sticks, as well as pen, brush and crayon, to explore lighthearted, easy and quite beautiful ways to create spontaneous drawings and paintings to take home. 10:00 AM - to 2:00 PM, with a lunch break.
Bring a smock, or wear funky clothing. All materials provided.
$40 fee per youth-adult pair. Watercolors in the Wild Forest at Peterson Bay, June 23
for artists ages 13 and up, bring your own materials.
Painting in wild places is powerfully transforming, yet sometimes overwhelming. During gentle forays into the forest, we'll collect ideas and work with watercolor and ink. Projects and demos will include field-friendly ways to mix color; reveal gesture and forest light; and work in layers to conjure up the complexity of wild habitats. You'll leave with effective methods for happily creating images in the field and strategies to enable completion in the studio later on. 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM, with an hour for lunch.
$130 general/$120 Bunnell and/or CACS Members includes RT water taxi
Thank you Plate painters, potters, and new and renewing members for another wonderful Plate Project! You reaffirm all the reasons Bunnell continues to thrive. Your creativity and generosity sustain this vibrant arts center and propel it forward. Many wonderful plates are still available! Welcome to new Board members Erin Hollowell and Angela Brock. Thank you to departing Board members Art Koeninger and Michele Miller. And a deep thanks and appreciation to the board members who continue to devote their energy and resources to Bunnell.
Bunnell Street Arts Center is on Time Bank!
Volunteers are needed to assist in hosting the Arts Center.
Give an hour of your time at Bunnell and receive an hour of time from community members or tickets to Bunnell events.
Exhibit Opening and Artist Talk
June 1, 6pm
Raven's Radio Hour
June 1, 2 and 3
@ Pier One Theater
Native cultures-based 1940's variety show
Artist in Residence
artists talk June 7
Concert June 9, 7pm
Old Town neighborhood meeting
June 10, 5pm
Blue Rose Trio
June 23rd 7:30pm
interested in resuming Life Drawing?
Deb Schwartzkopf & Asia FreemanAugust
Bunnell's Board of Directors:
Rika Mouw, Pres.
Maura Brenin Jo Michalski
Ann-M. Wimmerstedt Brianna Allen
Carla Klinker Cope
|Thanks New and Renewing Members!
Peter Sheppard & Greg & Mary Fries
Alan& Donna Jones
Mary Bee Kaufman
Thomas & Susan Klinker
Flo & Peter Larson
Lee & Paul McCartt
Don &Carol Meares
Cathy &Dan Millard
Gary &Susan Miller
J. & C. Norvell
Melisse Reichman and Dave Eckwert
Nancy Lander and Mark Robinson
Beka & Lucas Thoning
Jan & Jim Thurston
Kyra & Neil Wagner
Sam Smith &
|Bunnell Street Arts Center is a non-profit membership organization sponsored by Homer Foundation, Alaska State Council on the Arts, the City of Homer Grants Program Through the Homer Foundation, Rasmuson Foundation, WESTAF/NEA and members like you!
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