• Galleries offer variety of special November exhibits with Friday reception from 5-7 p.m. Bunnell Street Arts Center’s Melissa Daubert has been an artist in residence at Bunnell since Sept. 15. Daubert specializes in interactive sculpture and community engagement, and Bunnell’s main exhibit space serves as her studio until Nov. 15. Daubert’s ongoing installation of […]
Lindianne Sarno first found her niche in Homer through the arts – specifically, knitting socks, selling books and playing music.
Sarno’s father was a singer, guitarist and pianist who chose to pursue medicine and became a physician and an author.
They performed in India last month. Last year, they performed in Bahrain. Soon, they’ll perform in China. But next week, they’re coming to Alaska.
They are Quixotic.
In its lifetime, the Ptarmigan Arts building has been a laundromat, an insurance sales business, a music store, an auto parts store and, for the past (almost) 30 years, the gallery known as Ptarmigan Arts.
Homer’s art galleries celebrate autumn with new art exhibits opening Friday, Oct. 4.
Organizers of the upcoming ART-rageous Gaye-la say their inspiration for the event comes directly from the source — the energetic, creative, gregarious and dazzling artist and event organizer Gaye Wolfe, who died a year ago after a short illness.
The Alex Combs Artist Award is a designated fund administrated by Bunnell Street Arts Center for working artists to apply for up to $1,500 to explore new techniques and ideas through workshops and symposiums.
The Homer Theater announced its line-up for the 10th-annual Homer International Documentary Film Festival the week of Sept. 26 through Oct. 3. The festival celebrates a decade of bringing the best documentaries from around the world to Homer.
The Anchorage Museum’s solo exhibition series debuted new work by Halibut Cove artist and commercial fisher Annette Bellamy last Friday. It will remain through Nov. 10.
Valisa Higman’s show at the Fireweed Gallery entitled, “Here,” depicts scenes of Alaska life and landscape, punctuated by pieces she designed during her recent travels in Mexico, where she studied ceramics with a potter in Oaxaca and Bahrain.