As Paint this Town Alaska continues to provide a fun and creative outlet for our socialites in Alaska, they now venture to Moose Pass for the 1st ever Sip & Paint event. This “Last Friday” themed art session will provide those in Cooper Landing and Moose Pass the opportunity to join in on the festivities. These events are an ideal […]
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The group posing with their Fancy Puffins! Chinooks held its first Sip & Paint event this past weekend and it couldn’t have been a better turn out! These events are an ideal way to “let loose” and break up those long weeks during the winter. “It gives us something to look forward to”, said one participant. “We had a BLAST”, […]
I haven’t taught Photoshop in years and it is pretty fun to get back into it! Seward High Students are quick learners and are creating all sorts of projects while learning the tools of Photoshop. Here are some of them! Much more here at our blog. Fun with the Clone Tool Laurel Correa Natasha Jacobson Event Posters Jaden Sears Grace […]
There is still time to order your Seward PTA Wreath or Garland! Click HERE to order! Checkout what your contribution will help bring to Seward schools in April 2016! Watch the video posted below. Click HERE to order your wreath and garland!
It’s that time of year again! The PTA Wreath Fundraiser is now online! Visit www.sewardakpta.com to place your order! You can pay online using paypal or send in a check after you place your order. If you would rather not hassle with the website, print the 2015 Wreath Order Form, fill it out and send it in. Orders due by November 15 […]
Resurrect Art Coffee House will be hosting two Zentangle® Classes on August 1st. What is Zentangle®? Zentangle® is a mindful and meditative art form for the non-artist and artist alike. Often referred to as ‘Yoga for the brain’, Zentangle® is taught one stroke at a time and anyone can learn this unique drawing method. Spend 2 relaxing hours learning how to draw […]
This is once again being hosted by the United Methodist Church at 321 4th Avenue. Care is provided from 6-8 PM on Saturday, July 11th.
If you have questions or would like us to know your kids are coming, please contact Jim Doepken (email@example.com or 907-230-5203)
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 […]
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.
Have fun with JABALI! Sunday, February 1st at 6:30pm! Jabali African Acrobats will entertain and delight you! Enjoy music and rhythms from Kenya while supporting Arts in Seward schools. Your ticket purchase will help Seward PTSA provide Jabali performances to students attending Seward Elementary School, Seward Middle School, and Seward High School. Click HERE to purchase your tickets now! For offline ticket […]
Enjoy some Seward High and Seward Middle School Art! Much more at our blog here Ruby Lindquist Grade 12 Clara La Rock Grade 9 Coral Petrosius Grade 8 Michael Wolfe Grade 12 Billy Wolfe Grade 9 Sherelle Holmes Grade 12 Emma Moore grade 9 James Carlsen Grade 12 Elena Hamner Grade 9 Gage Ohlsen Grade 9 Sadie Lindquist Grade 8 […]
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Seward Music and Arts Festival Art Show! There were so many great contributions this year! The show was juried this year and here are the results: Community Show: First Place: Lindsey von Borstel Kracken Second Place: Brandii Holmdahl Dream Maid Third Place: Reside in Solitude Gretchen Lindquist Seward Middle and Seward […]
Alexis De Leon for Seward City News – Anyone can create a comic book. At least this is the mantra Kaisa Leino promotes. Leino traveled from Helsinki, Finland to Seward, Alaska earlier this summer in order to help Dr. Tuula Hollmen with her research at the Alaska SeaLife Center. Returning to the SeaLife Center for a second summer, Leino decided […]
Veronica Wilde, who took Best in show at the NOSB Art Show has also been mass producing pottery on the wheel at SHS. She is creating dishes for Judy Ohdner’s Cafe, Zudy’s which will be opening at the Train Depot by the Sea Life Center this spring! Veronica Wilde Here are more NOSB pieces, Bas Relief Tiles: Moriah Doepken Katie […]
There will be an Ocean Themed Art Show Reception at the Rae Building TOMORROW: Friday, February 28th, 7-9 pm An Award Ceremony will take place at 8 and refreshments will be served! This show will feature art from Seward High Students as well as students from all over the state. Come check it out, it should be great and will […]
Local band Burning Bush would like to sincerely thank the community of Seward for its warm reception at the premiere concert of their debut album, “Honesty in a Box.” We are amazed at the outpouring of support and interest from the community. There are many factors that contribute to a great concert. A great audience is certainly one. Thank you […]
It’s here. Please welcome new arrival, “Honesty in a Box,” the debut album from Seward’s own Burning Bush. Experience the new album Friday, January 3rd, 7pm at the Rae Building. There, the local band will take the stage for the album’s premier concert performance. The band features an array of local talent including Mark Chase, Brett Chase, Dakota Plush, Aimie […]
Anchorage – Applications for Rasmuson Foundation’s annual Individual Artist Awards grants program will be accepted starting January 1, 2014. These grant awards go directly to artists to support the development of new work or for activities that advance creative development. Individual Artist Awards provide support Alaska artists in ten artistic disciplines at all stages of their careers and creative development. Awards are made […]
We’re still looking for volunteers to assist with the 15th Annual 5k Wildlife Rescue Run and related SeaFest activities this Saturday, August 3! All volunteers will receive a limited edition t-shirt featuring Pakak, a Pacific walrus rehabilitated last summer thanks to generous public and corporate support (cute photo below). Oh – and did we mention free pizza and our eternal […]
Seward High Art students created new scenes out of old photos. For inspiration, students viewed the Abberant Art of Barry Kite. Kite is a contemporary artists who mainly reworks art history classics by cutting them up and combining them in humorous ways. Students also viewed triptych artwork from the past and were asked to make their collages in triptych form. Thanks […]
Seward High Ceramic students have been busy this semester mastering hand building techniques as well as the pottery wheel. Here are some bas relief tiles and wheel projects by 1. Isi Mayer (flute) 2. Catie Zweifel (guitar) 3. Michaela Thomassen (mermaid) 4. Gabe Stoval (basketball) 5. Mike Thorn (bowl) 6. Mary Goodwater (mug). Click these links to see more bas […]
Its raining, the Summer Market is open and we’ve got great, just picked, Organic Produce. This week we have: Organic: Shelled sweet peas, Red-leaf Head Lettuce, 3 varieties of Beets, Purple and Orange carrots, Snow Peas, Broccoli, Green Beans, Cabbage, Spaghetti Squash, Cauliflower, Sweet Pumpkin, and some of organic herbs. Hot house Tomatoes and Cucumbers. Produce is available Thursday through […]