May 2014 ASCA News | Latitude Gratitude

All photos courtesy of Hal Gage
A Note from Shannon

Wow--what a conference! I want to thank all of the presenters, Latitude Partner artists and attendees who made Latitude: 2014 Alaska Arts Convergence such an inspiring and enriching convening. The positive energy and camaraderie was palpable. We loved having everyone together to share their work, experiences and successes. If you attended, I hope you have returned to your work with renewed vigor and creative spirit.

Be sure to watch our conference film below, which was made by our Latitude Filmmaker-in-Residence Pat Race and unveiled at the close of the conference on Saturday afternoon. You can also relive the Thursday reception by taking a look at the photo booth shots here. Nothing beats feather boas and silly hats to enliven a hotel ballroom!  

Here at ASCA, we are already looking to the future and exploring how we can build on and grow many of the ideas and activities that were part of the conference. More on that to come!

Watch the Latitude Film!
Latitude: 2014 Alaska Arts Convergence

This mini-documentary was created by Filmmaker-in-Residence, Patrick Race.during Latitude: 2014 Alaska Arts Convergence. All shooting and editing took place over the course of 50 hours.


Announcing New Pathways | Alaska!



Rasmuson FoundationEmcArtsthe Foraker Group, and the Alaska State Council on the Arts are pleased to announce the launch of a new program for and with Alaska's arts and cultural organizations, New Pathways | Alaska. For more information about the program and its structure, the approach and rationale for this work, and the application form, go to: . 


This program is provided at no financial cost to selected participants - it only requires time and commitment from the leadership of your organization. If you have any questions about New Pathways | Alaska, please do not hesitate to contact Jonella Larson White at the Foraker Group, at or 907-743-1200.


The deadline for applications is Monday, June 2, 2014 at noon. Early applications are encouraged.


Alaska Native Leadership Convening 


Front row: Ricky Tagaban, Sven Haakanson, Jr., Trina Landlord, Theresa John, Teri Rofkar Second row: Moriah Sallaffie, Frank Yaska, Da ka xeen Mehner, Rochelle Adams, Shannon Daut, Anna Hoover Third row: Benjamin Schleifman, Ed Mighell, Roy Agloinga, Lena Snow Amason-Berns, Annette Evans Smith, Lena Jacobs, Patuk Glenn Forth row: Saunders McNeill Not shown: Jonella Larson White, Jacqueline Cleveland, Princess Lucaj, Nadia Sethi

The day before the Latitude conference began, the Alaska State Council on the Arts hosted a dynamic group of Alaska Native individuals for a leadership convening with our Alaska Native Arts Advisory Committee. As citizens working in Alaska's creative sectors, these individuals' creative vision and dedication to their personal and professional work positively impacts their communities, regions, and the state. Their willingness to convey their knowledge and understanding of culture through rigorous study and creative practice characterizes them as part of the next generation of Alaska Native leaders.


ASCA works with its Alaska Native Arts Advisory Committee to ensure that our agency effectively serves Alaska Native artists and communities. In 2012, our advisors discussed the need to strengthen established and developing Alaska Native arts and culture leadership networks to enhance our collective statewide impact. The intention of this strategic focus is to contribute to the long-term success, sustainability, and creative autonomy of Alaska Native artists and organizations.


The two day gathering galvanized statewide culture connectivity, provided opportunities to reaffirm and strengthen cultural values and identity, and cultivated genuine relationships and a well-knit network. ASCA is grateful to the leadership cohort and our advisory committee for sharing their knowledge, perspectives and community-inspired ideas. This convening ensures that we can respond in a meaningful way to the needs of rural and urban Alaska Native communities. 


AAEC Basic Art Institutes for Summer 2014 | Register Now!

The Alaska Arts Education Consortium is has four professional development opportunities for teachers is 2014. These intensive, professional development institutes are filling fast, and registration is on a first come, first served basis, so register now. A few Alaska school districts are offering stipends for their teachers to attend--contact AAEC Executive Director MK MacNaughton to inquire. She can be reached at (907) 957-2061 or by email. Information about the Arts Institutes is as follows:


 Athabascan Cultural Arts Institute Twin Bears Camp, Fairbanks, June 1-6, 2014 (3 ED593 credits)


 Celebrating all Abilities through the Arts Kenai, June 2-6, 2014 (3 ED593 credits)


 Mat-Su Basic Arts Institute Burchell High School, Wasilla, July 28-August 7, 2014 (4 ED593 credits)


 Ketchikan Basic Arts Institute Ketchikan, August 4-15, 2014


For more information, or to register, visit


ASCA Notices

Cultural Collaborations Arts Excursion and Access Grants are closed until July 1, 2014. A new application cycle for FY15 will begin July 1, 2014 for projects starting in the 2014-2015 school year.  


Harper Arts Presenting and Touring Fund Grants are available on a rolling deadline. Contact Laura Forbes for more information or click here for applications and guidelines.  


FY15 1st Quarter Grant Deadlines - Community Arts Development, Career Opportunity, Master Artist and Apprentice, Workshop and Walker Arts Grants - Deadline June 1, 2014

Cultural Collaborations Round I Project Grants--Deadline June 1 for programs beginning
after July 1. Application and Guidlines available on the Cultural Collaborations page of our website.

ASCA Annual Council Meeting
, June 9-10, 2014, Anchorage AK

Go to to find out about ASCA opportunities, events and intriguing arts-related articles from across the web.


If you have an item you would like to include an item in our newletter, please send the information to Submission deadline: Wednesday, 12:00 noon before the first Friday of each month.    

Calls for Artists and Requests for Proposals

Alaska Pacific University Call for Proposals

Deadline: May 15, 2014


Artists are invited to submit proposals for Solo or Collaborative Art Exhibits 

for Alaska Pacific University Leah J. Peterson and ConocoPhillips Galleries.   


Please submit 10 digital images of current work from the last 2 years), a letter of intent or exhibit proposal and a resume.


Email proposal to or mail to: Jannah Sexton Atkins, Curator of Exhibits, APU Presidents Office, 4101 University Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508 Postmark deadline: May 15, 2014


Studio Pulse is currently seeking positive, technically skilled performers with a fierce desire to contribute to our organization in a multitude of ways. Auditions are scheduled for Saturday, May 17 at 2:00pm at Studio Pulse, 2400 East Tudor Road, Anchorage, AK. Bring $25, dance resume, dance photo. Audition includes registration, warm-up, ballet, modern, improve.


Being accepted into the company is a joy and a large commitment; please review full audition details here.  


Northwoods Book Arts Guild Exhibition BOOKS AS ART: Structure, Image, Text

June 2014 - Fairbanks Arts Association Bear Gallery.

Submission deadline: May 23, 2014


This show is open to all Alaskans who are members of the Northwoods Book Arts Guild. Wewelcome new members at any time.Annual membership fee is $25. New members may join during exhibit intake.

Go to the Northwoods Book Arts Guild website  to learn more about: 

-how to enter the show (download the prospectus)

-workshops and lectures offered throughout the month of June

-the DVD catalogue planned to document the exhibition


Deliver entries to the Blue Room, Alaska Centennial Center for the Arts,Pioneer Park, 2300 Airport Road, Fairbanks, 12:00-5:00pm, May 23-24, 2014. Mailed entries must be received by Friday,May 23. All shipping and insurance costsare the responsibility of the artist. Send entries to Margo Klass, PO Box 83657,Fairbanks, AK 99708. Mailed entries will be returned packed in the same or similar materials as received. Mailed entries must include a check for return postage.


Percent for Art Request for Qualifications 

Deadline: May 23, 2014

Budget: $500,000 USD


The Alaska State Council on the Arts on behalf of the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) is requesting qualifications from artists for exterior and interior public artwork to be commissioned for the new Engineering and Industry Building located in Anchorage, Alaska.


This Request for Qualifications (RFQ) is open to all professional artists residing in the Unites States. Applications will be accepted online only through CaFÉ at:


Submissions will be judged on a competitive basis. Finalists may be considered for more than one location or site. The art selection committee will choose the final sites and the best possible artwork for each site.


Call for Artists for 27th September Competition

Juried Exhibition

Postmarked Deadline:  May 30, 2014


The 27th September Competition is an annual juried exhibition selected from national and international submissions by celebrated New Orleans artist, James Michalopoulos. Fifty artworks selected by the juror will be featured in a full-color catalogue and exhibition at Alexandria Museum of Art, along the Red River in the heart of central Louisiana September 5-November 22, 2014. Total cash awards of $2,000 allocated to juror-designated award winners will be presented on September 5.


Visual artists over age 18 working in all media, including but not limited to painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, digital art, video, textile art, and printmaking are invited to submit. All artworks MUST be original and completed in the last two years (2012 or later). $35 entry fee for 2 entries, $20 per additional entry. Online Prospectus 

Alexandria Museum of Art, 933 Second Street, Alexandria, LA 71301, 318.443.3458

Contact: Nancy Noles,, 


Green Dot Journey Composer Competition
Concerts in Scenic Locations for Intimate Audiences
Deadline: June 1, 2014


Composers are invited to submit an original composition written for violin and piano. Ten winners will be selected (one from each of 10 US and Canadian regions), and the winning pieces will be premiered in Reno, NV on August 23, 2014and then performed on the Green Dot Journey starting September 1, 2014. Composers will receive $1500 plus travel expenses to the premier. The Green Dot Journey is an art gallery and house concert tour across the scenic roads of North America and Canada.  


For details about the competition, click here. For more information, contact Vanessa Porter  

 at 775-342-9395 or or visit the Green Dot Journey website:    

Digital Magic Exhibition, BJ Spoke Gallery, Huntington, NY

Deadline: June 1, 2014

Curated by digital media pioneer Laurence Gartel, keynote speaker at the National Art Education Association (NAEA) in San Diego and an advisor to the National Core Curriculum Standard, Washington, DC. Apply here: 

Expressions Northwest

Deadline: June 11, 2014  

The Port Townsend Arts Commission and Northwind Arts Center are seeking submissions for Expressions Northwest, the 16th Annual Art Port Townsend Juried Art Competition which will take place August 1 - August 31, 2014 at the Northwind Arts Center in Port Townsend, WA.


Further information and the prospectus can be found online at or or by contacting Joan Balzarini at 360-437-7922 or Rae Belkin at 360-437-9442 or A non-refundable entry fee of $45 is required for a maximum of three digital entries (no slides or prints) per artist. Entry images must be submitted online to


Kenai Campus Call for Art
Deadline: Entries must be received by 9:59 p.m (ADT), June 13, 2014.  

Budget:  $210,000


The Alaska State Council on the Arts on behalf of Kenai Peninsula College (KPC) Kenai River Campus (KRC) is requesting qualifications from artists for interior and exterior artwork to be commissioned for two new buildings: KRC Career & Technical Education Center and Residence Hall (student housing).


For exterior sites, professional artists residing in the U.S. and Alaska may apply.  For interior sites, only Alaska artists are eligible to apply.  Applicants must be professional visual artists.  Applications will be accepted online only through CaFÉ at:


Requests for additional information may be directed to Andrea Noble-Pelant, Visual and Literary Arts Program Director, Alaska State Council on the Arts,


Alaska International Piano e-Competition

June 28 - July 12, 2014

Davis Concert Hall, University of Alaska Fairbanks


The Alaska International Piano-e-Competition is an opportunity for young pianists worldwide to participate in a competition of the highest artistic quality and integrity.


Through advanced technology, including the use of Yamaha Disklavier pianos that transmit the pianists' performances through the Internet, the Alaska International Piano-e-Competition can be viewed from any location. Up to a half-million viewers may watch these performances, held for the first time on our campus. 


The competition consists of three rounds and a concluding performance where finalists will perform with the Fairbanks Symphony Orchestra. More than $65,000 in prize money, performances and engagements will be awarded to classical musicians from around the globe here in Fairbanks. Join us for this exciting and historic event! For more infomation, visit   


Anchorage Museum All Alaska Juried XXXV

Application Deadline: July 1


The All Alaska Juried Art Exhibition is a popular, biennial juried art exhibition established more than 30 years ago to encourage Alaska artists to create new works. This year's juror is Portland Art Museum curator Bonnie Laing-Malcolmson. The winner of the Best of Show Award receives a $1,000 prize. All Alaska Juried XXXV opens Nov. 7 and is on view through Feb. 1, 2015 at the Anchorage Museum. Afterward the exhibition will tour the state for one year, including to The Bear Gallery in Fairbanks.


Anchorage Museum Solo Exhibition Series

Application Deadline: July 1


The Anchorage Museum's Patricia B. Wolf Solo Exhibition Series highlights new bodies of work by individual Alaska artists. Once every three years, Alaska artists are invited to submit project proposals to a selection committee comprised of museum staff and art professionals. These solo art exhibitions will be scheduled starting in 2016.


Interested artists can learn more and apply for both opportunities at For more information about artist opportunities at the Anchorage Museum, click here. Contact Sarah Henning at (907) 929-9231 (w), (907) 250-3352 (c), or Laura Carpenter at (907) 929-9227 (w), (907) 632-7682 (c), 



Sep. 20 - Oct. 29, 2014. 

Application deadline: July 1, 2014


Night Visions V seeks to re-open our positive connections to the natural night and to bridge the divide separating artistic from scientific perception, promoting the idea that science and art are two intertwined aspects of human experience.More information about our organization and the call for entries and application can be found on our website  


Robyn Shipton, Marketing Coordinator, Flagstaff Arts Council at Coconino Center for the Arts,  

ph. (928) 779-2300 ext. 108, 


Aesthetica Art Prize Call for Entries

Deadline: August 31, 2014


The Aesthetica Art Prize 2014 is now open for entries, offering both budding and established artists the opportunity to showcase their work to an international audience and influential figures from the arts sector. Celebrating and nurturing outstanding contemporary art from across the world, the Art Prize welcomes all forms of art in the following categories: Photographic & Digital Art, Three Dimensional Design & Sculpture, Painting & Drawing and Video, Installation & Performance.


Prizes include a 12 week group show; up to £1000 in cash; publication in the Aesthetica Art Prize Anthology and editorial coverage in Aesthetica Magazine (readership of 140,000 worldwide); art supplies and art books; and Q&As on the Aesthetica Blog. There are two main categories to enter: Main Prize and Student Prize. There is a winner for each main category. Entry is £15 and permits the submission of two works into any one category. For more information and to submit, visit


Whitefish Review Announces $1000 Rick Bass/Montana Prize for Fiction

The deadline for submissions for the fiction prize is September 15 and there is a $15 fee to submit. Submissions for the next regular reading period do not carry a fee and are accepted from August 1 - October 1. All submissions are accepted via an online submission manager at For full guidelines, visit the web site.


Polar Lab Call for Proposals

Anchorage Museum and around Anchorage,2015 and 2016

Deadline: September 30


The Northern Initiative at the Anchorage Museum is accepting proposals on a competitive basis for an ongoing Northern Initiative exhibition called Polar Lab which may include "pop-up" events, temporary installations, live performances, community-action projects, non-studio-based residencies, presentations, research-based investigations, internships, forums, and more. These will occur inside and beyond Anchorage Museum walls in the city of Anchorage. Limited funding is available for modest artist or organizer stipends, travel, and materials.


Call for Conference Presentations: Theatre Between Tradition and Contemporaneity

Carrara - Tuscany, Italy
December 18 - 22, 2014

The conference meeting is recommended to performing arts practitioners and researchers from different countries interested in the traditional methods as applied to contemporary performing arts work, searching for international networks and new collaboration partners: performing arts academics, arts educators and teachers, performers of various genres and techniques, theatre directors, dancers and choreographers, arts administrators and producers, musicians, stage designers costume designers, mask makers, multimedia artists, scriptwriters, playwrights, theatre critics and arts journalists.

Presentation formats:  

- practical workshop/master class 
- work in progress/work demonstration 
- performance fragment not requiring special technical conditions 
- interactive talk/lecture/discussion 
- photo/video demonstration 
- exhibition 
- research presentation

For more information and registration details for candidate presenters and speakers, go here: 


Professional Development


Register now for the 2014 Kachemak Bay Campus Writer's Conference

June 13-17, 2014

Land's End Resort, Homer AK


This year's keynote presenter will be internationally-recognized and award winning novelist Alice Sebold. The conference will feature 16 other award-winning, nationally-recognized authors, editors and agents who will conduct creative writing workshops, readings, craft talks and panel presentations in creative fiction, nonfiction, poetry and the business of writing. Evening readings will be held on June 15-17 by conference presenters and are open to the general public at no charge.  


Advanced registration is required. For program and registration information, go to

Alaska Hackathon Spring 2014

For Developers - Designers - Non-Profits - Government - Community

Turning ones and zeros into real world solutions for Alaska


Saturday, May 17th 10:00 am - 7:30 pm

All day hackfest to solve data problems and code for good. Food and beverages provided.


Sunday, May 18th, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Project wrap-up and Solution presentations

Sessions take place at The Boardroom, 601 West 5th Avenue, Floor 2, Anchorage, AK 99501


For more info and sign -up, go to 


Books as Art: Structure, Image, Text Workshops available in Fairbanks

Northwoods Book Arts Guild in partnership with The Folk School


The Northwoods Book Arts Guild has opened registration for the following workshops:


Traditional Bookbinding | June 7-8 with Linde Kienle

Pop-ups | June 10 with Linde Kienle

Spontaneous Mark Making | June 17 with Jacqueline Sullivan

Mixed Media Techniques for Book Artists | June 18 with Jacqueline Sullivan

Paste and Patina Papers | June 19 with Jacqueline Sullivan


Materials and Instructional fees vary by workshop. All workshops take place at The Folk School, 2365 Pruitt Lane in Fairbanks.  Register through The Folk School website.   


The Wrangell Mountains Center provides residential and walk-in experiential education programs that foster discovery through direct contact with diverse environments. Summer courses include:


Birds of the Mentasta Mountains | May 30-June 2 with Dr. Carol McIntyre

Permaculture | June 13-15, with Cindee Karns

Natural History Field Sketching | June 20-22, with Kristin Link 

Sew Fun | June 28-30, with Maria Shell 

Songwriting Workshop | July 11-13, with Michell McAffee and Robin Child,

Family Music Camp | July 17-20, with Mary Schallert and Brian DeMarcus 

Wrangell Mountains Writing Workshop | July 22-28, with Tom Kizzia, Frank Soos,  

   and Nancy Cook 

The Photographic Landscape of the Wrangells | September 3-8, with David Shaw


Go to for complete course descriptions and contact information.


2014 STEAM Institute Registration Open:

Boreal House Art and Science Center Fairbanks STEAM Institute


A Botanical Immersion Through Multiple Lenses

Join this two-week immersion for teachers, artists, scientists, University students, and community members!


July 6th Orientation 6-8pm

July 7-11 and 14-18, 8:30am to 4:15pm



Outdoors:University of Alaska Fairbanks North Campus trails

Indoors: West Valley High School Fine Arts classrooms


Tuition: $500 all inclusive (tuition, special events, materials, fabulous lunches!) $50 non-refundable deposit due at time of registration. $450 balance due on June 1, 2014

Optional: $100 extra for 4 UA credits (595 level) (payment for credit at first day of institute)


For Information please contact: Karen Stomberg (907) 590-2605

Find us on the web:


Native Arts Studies Program at the Totem Heritage Center in Ketchikan

Spring 2014


Course offerings in April: Mixed-Level Ravenstail Weaving, and the History of Northwest Coast Art. The class schedule, with course descriptions, registration fees and more can be found here. Call  

907-225-5900 for more information.


Poles, Posts and Canoes: the Preservation, Conservation and Continuation of Native American Monumental Wood Carving.--Symposium and Call for Papers 


July 21st - 22nd, 2014, Hibulb Cultural Center and Natural History Preserve, Tulalip, Washington Opening Ceremony and Dinner, July 20th, 2014


This two day symposium (preceded by an opening ceremony and meal on the evening of July 20th) will gather Native and non-Native museum professionals, tribal members, and contemporary Native carvers to discuss the challenges of preserving and exhibiting historic monumental wood carvings from both a Native and Non-Native view point.  It will also serve to connect Native carvers and the museum community in the hope that the resulting dialogue will help support the continued development of this traditional art form.  The format of this gathering is aimed at encouraging discussion, so presentations will be relaxed and brief, and an equal amount of time will be scheduled for general discussion of the topics addressed.


Further information and details about the conference will be posted at


Education and Youth

HomerARTS Camp: Music, Theatre, Dance, Visual Art 

West Homer Elementary School

June 16-20, 2014


HomerARTS Camp is offered by Homer Council on the Arts in partnership with Bluegrass Camp for Kids and Andrew Vait. This summer's camp offers young people, ages 6-18, an opportunity to explore a diverse range of traditional and contemporary music styles, instruments, and fine arts in a supportive and encouraging environment. 


Classes include bluegrass, folk, old-time, rock, pop, jazz and blues as well as improvisational theatre, ceramics, visual art, and dance. This is a great opportunity for your child to foster new friendships and old, and experience the joy of music and other arts!


Early registration: $250 before May 30, then after, $275.

For information and registration, click here.


Call for Artwork: Yo Soy...Je Suis...I Am...My Neighborhood

Submission deadline: July 1, 2014  


The 2014 International Art Program for Children with Disabilities is now open for entries!

Children with disabilities are encouraged to create a portrait that illustrates themselves in their neighborhood. What makes their neighborhood awesome? Cool houses? Fun neighbors? A great park or playground? Student-artists are encouraged to illustrate all the important people, places, and landscapes of their local space that shape who they are and who they will be in the future. Parents or educators of children with a disability, ages 5 to 18, are eligible to submit. A selection of artwork from the online entries will be chosen for a live exhibition in Washington, D.C.!

Click here for more information and to submit an entry.

Teachers:  Download our free Teacher Resource Guide here.

VSA Playwright Discovery Competition

Deadline: June 1, 2013 11:59 pm Pacific time


The VSA Playwright Discovery Competition invites middle and high school students to take a closer look at the world around them, examine how disability affects their lives and the lives of others, and express their views through the art of script writing. Writers may write from their own experience and observations, or create fictional characters and settings. Scripts can be comedies, dramas, or even musicals-be creative! Young writers with and without disabilities are encouraged to submit a script.  


Entries may be the work of students in 6th through 12th grade. For more information, visit 


VSA also has an innovative and Free Resource Guide for Teachers to help guide teachers and

students through the playwriting process.



Call for Applications: Caldera Artists in Residence Program

Application Deadline: June 15, 2014


Every winter from January through March, creative individuals and collaborative groups are awarded the gift of time and space at our beautiful Arts Center in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains near Sisters, Oregon, for monthlong residencies.


Residencies are open to national and international artists in any discipline, as well as creative thinkers in engineering, design and the sciences, who have emerged and established themselves beyond university training.


To apply go to: Contact Artist in Residence Director Elizabeth Quinn at with questions.


Wrangell Mountain Center ArtSpace Bungalow Residency

Artists and inquiring minds of all genres and skill levels are welcome to reserve this small cabin for a stay of 5-14 days.

Available by reservation

Resident pays $65/ day for room and board

Preference given to Alaskans

Public outreach is not required, but is encouraged 

For more information, visit the Wrangell Mountains Center Residency webpage here


Grants and Funding


2015 Cultural Capital Grant Call for Applications

Deadline: September 1, 2014

Grant amount: $5,000


The 2014 Cultural Capital Program provides tradition bearers of tribal communities the opportunity to further their important cultural work. The program is designed to support previous year Community Spirit Award recipients allowing them to commit more time in teaching and sharing their ancestral knowledge and practices with others who want to learn.


The grant program will aid artists in develop local networks for leveraging other resources and will provide technical assistance and capacity building support as needed by the master artist/teacher.

First Peoples Fund is interested in Cultural Capital projects that will Impact the next generation through reciprocity and community spirit. Examples of this are:

Passing on knowledge - as mentors and leaders

Documentation for the next seven generations to access this knowledge

Artists as Cultural Resource

Click here for the application 


For more information, call  (605)348-0324, email, or please visit our website at    

Contact Us

Shannon Daut, Executive Director
(907) 269-6607  

Saunders McNeill, Native & Community Arts Program Director
(907) 269-6603  

Andrea Noble-Pelant, Visual and Literary Arts Program Director
(907) 269-6605  

Gina Signe Brown, Administrative Manager
(907) 269-6608  

Keren Lowell, Office Assistant
(907) 269-6610 

Laura Forbes, Arts in Education Program Director
(907) 269-6682 

Janelle Matz, Alaska Contemporary Art Bank Manager
(907) 269-6604


Roy Agloinga (Anchorage)
Adelheid "Micky" Becker (Anchorage)
Benjamin Brown CHAIR (Juneau)
Diane Borgman (Homer)  
Peggy MacDonald Ferguson (Fairbanks)
Nancy Harbour (Anchorage)
Robyn Holloway (Juneau)
Aryne Randall (Wasilla)
Josie Stiles (Nome)
William F. Tull (Palmer)
Kes Woodward (Fairbanks)

Do you have a notice for the Communique?
If you have an article, short notice, call for art or request for proposal that you would like us to consider including in our next newsletter, contact Keren Lowell  at

For additional information, please visit our web site:  


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