The Poems in Place steering committee recently selected four winning entries from poems written by Alaskans. Leslie Leyland Field’s poem, “Tideline” and Fred Stager’s poem, “The Compass Rose”, will be placed in Fort Abercrombie State Historical Park in Kodiak. Aleria Jensen’s poem, “A Soldier’s Station”, and Justine Pechuzal’s poem, “Pilgrims”, will be installed at Caines Head State Recreational Area, Seward. […]
1st Friday Art Walk June 5th 6-8 p.m. Thank-you for supporting the arts in Seward! Please try to visit each participating business and meet the artists. Seward United Methodist Church~Kid Craft and Care Ranting Raven~Linda Weatherwax & Nan Thompson~”What Lies Beneath” Jules Wolfe~New acrylic paintings Resurrect Art~Justine Pechuzal~”Field Studies” mixed media Twigs ‘n Tweeds~Julie Billings~Devils Club Salve A Flyin’ Skein~Textile demonstration […]
If you have questions or would like us to know your kids are coming, please contact Jim Doepken (firstname.lastname@example.org or 907-230-5203)
The Road To Vans Warped Tour concert is coming back to Anchorage, Alaska on June 17, 2015 so mark your calendars! The show will be in Sullivan Arena parking lot. Tickets are on sale now at all Ticketmaster Outlets and online at http://bit.ly/1H82PBX. Tickets are $40 till May1st, $49 May 1st till June 16th, day of the show $59. National Bands […]
By Heidi Zemach for SCN- Before I die I want to… hug a bear, go to law school, save my marriage, have a child, see the Aurora Borealis. The precious hopes and aspirations of 146 people in Seward were colorfully chalked onto a large public art board on the Seward Harbormaster’s office in the first two days since it went […]
The Seward Arts Council is thrilled to bring one of Shakespeare’s most tragic plays to Seward. Macbeth just finished a three week run at Cyrano’s Playhouse with rave reviews and packed houses. The show will travel to Seward and perform on June 6th at 8pm and June 7th at 4pm at the Seward High School Theater. Admission is $15 for […]
Its a lovely last day of school here at SHS! Here is some end of the year work from my students, a LOT more at our blog if you are interested! Winter Richey Grade 9 Ruby Lindquist Grade 9 Kim Leavitt Grade 11 \ Brandon Lynch Grade 9, reproduction of Paul Cezanne’s – The Card Players Rebekah Dean Grade 10, reproduction […]
Join the Alaska SeaLife Center for the first ever SeaLife Summer Festival and Summer of Sharks Grand Opening Celebration! The Center will be hosting daytime activities on the ASLC plaza and adjoining property, featuring free live music and arts and crafts vendors. Our ticketed fundraising event starts at 6:30 pm with a Sustainable Seafood Appetizer Showdown, exclusive access to the new exhibit, meet-and-greet […]
Sent from Dot Bardarson – The Kenai Fjords was the theme of a show in Anchorage by Dot Bardarson. The CIRI offices on 4th Avenue hosted a First Friday art walk to coincide with their annual open house for employees. Over 300 people enjoyed the show.
Join “Alaska’s Favorite Cheechako” for a fun afternoon of acoustic music at Resurrect Art Coffee House, starting at 3 p.m. Saturday, May 9. Hurricane Dave’s specialty is quirky original music about living in Alaska, but you never know when he’ll lapse into oldies mode and play some classic rock, country, folk or blues. Rez Art is at the corner of […]
Paper Mache is a beautiful problem solving exercise – for any form you build, you need some sort of mold to drape the soggy paper over. We used balloons, balled up newspaper, egg cartons, cardboard, tin foil, paper towel rolls, etc for our forms. Our Paper mache recipe was wood glue + water. High School students were given freedom on […]
By Heidi Zemach for SCN – More than 50 Japanese performers of all ages from the Mikan Ichiza Playgroup Musical filled the stage of Seward Auditorium for a school performance Wednesday afternoon, sponsored by the Asian Alaskan Cultural Center. The performance highlighted an upcoming performance of the Japanese musical Chasing the Aurora: The Samurai Musher- The tale of Jujiro Wada from […]
Seward Music & Arts Festival Press Release – Seward, AK – April 9, 2015 – The Seward Music and Arts Festival is thrilled to announce another musical extravaganza in the fall of 2015, with musicians and performers from all over the state along with artisan booths and food vendors. The festival theme is “CIRCUS” and begins this year on Friday, […]
Sale 20% off all wall art Friday May 1st (all day) Resurrect Art Coffee House May Day Special! If there’s a piece of art you’ve been admiring this is your chance to purchase it at 20% off!
While the “Kid Craft & Care” event at Seward United Methodist Church during the art walk was listed among the Friday Art Walk events, it needs to be noted that there is a limit of 20 kids (ages 3-10) at a time. This is to make sure there is enough supervision and enough materials for Friday evening, from 6-8pm.
1st Friday Art Walk May 1st 2015 6-8 p.m. Seward United Methodist Church: Kid Craft & Care~Ages 3-10 art & snacks Suds & Swirl: Shani Simonds Chinooks: Suzi Towsley & Blackwater Railroad @ 9pm Balto School: Seward’s Day Photo Competition Starbird Studio: Vladimir Zhikhartsev Cover to Cover: Local Artist and good food! Flyin’ Skein: Tatting Demonstration with historic piece on display […]
The Peninsula Art Guild is “CALLING FOR ARTISTS” to submit up to two expressive, distinctive, and original wall quilts in the June, 2015 Art Quilts Extraordinaire Exhibit at the Kenai Fine Arts Center, 816 Cook Ave., Old Town Kenai (across from the Oilers’ Bingo Hall) by 4pm, Saturday, May 30. Call 262-7767 for details.
By Heidi Zemach for SCN – An Alaskan artist’s quest to finally solve the mysteries of an incredible, prehistoric Helicoprion resembling a big shark with whorl teeth has resulted not only in some solid scientific answers, but in an awe-inspiring, rather artsy, fun yet scientific traveling exhibit now on display at the Alaska Sea Life Center. The center held a […]
Seward High School Art students learned about Roy Lichtenstein, An American Pop Artist who gained popularity in the 1960s. Lichtenstein mimicked industrial printing techniques by hand, reproducing existing comic frames on a large scale and utilizing thick outlines, bold colors and Ben-Day Dots. My students did the same and did an amazing job! Mikayla Dumars Lotus Edgar Ruby Lindquist Emma Moore Anastasia Storle Brandon […]
Alaska SeaLife Center Press Release – Seward, Alaska (April 15, 2015) – The Alaska SeaLife Center (ASLC) opens its doors officially to the Summer of Sharks this Friday, April 17th. Headlining the season is the Buzz Saw Sharks of Long Ago exhibit on loan from the Idaho Museum of Natural History in collaboration with artist Ray Troll. Areas around the […]
The Keen Eye Birders, in conjunction with the 2015 Kenai Birding Festival, invites Kenai Peninsula children, ages 2-17, to enter one or two original artworks in the May 2015 PEEPS Art and Photo Exhibit at the Kenai Fine Arts Center. The theme of the exhibit is ‘Peninsula Birds’ and entries must be delivered by 5pm, Saturday, April 25th to the Kenai Fine […]
Friends of the Seward Library are having the first used books sale in the new facility! All proceeds go to library programs. Saturday, April 18, 2015. There is still time to bring us your used books! (If you do it soon!) Seeking volunteers to help with our sale. http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0a48afaa2ca5f85-used See our website for more information: www.friendsofsclm.org The used books are […]
by Heidi Zemach for SCN – Each of the new AVTEC dormitory’s rather drab hallways, now have interesting tile artwork that give a sense of the natural wild beauty of the outdoors. The building’s latest artwork was funded by the Percent for Art program used for state buildings that contributes one-percent of building costs to commission art work to help […]
J. Jason Lazarus – Series Statement Hidden within the thick Alaskan boreal forests lie the overgrown remnants of the abandoned mines, dredges and Gold Rush communities that define our rich and fabled mining past. These neglected relics may seem like empty husks of their former selves, idle for the last 60 years, but to the careful visitor, their walls vibrate, their […]
Here are just some of the ceramic projects my amazing students have been doing! We have lots more art posted at our blog. Hope you are enjoying the daylight and the Spring! Jessica Fry Grade 11 Andy Hughes Grade 12 Elannah Camp Grade 12 Darci McFaul Grade 12 Landon Davis Grade 6 Linda Jack Grade 6 Neil Lindquist Grade 6 Zen […]
By Heidi Zemach for SCN – Seward middle and high school students have experienced the power of the spoken word through poetry, and personal narrative straight from their hearts. Telling their truths, their poems forcefully addressed serious issues these young people face including suicide, bullying, crushes, failed relationships, social stigma, along with lighter issues such as the team spirit of […]