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Suumacirpet (Our Way of Living: Sugcestun) exhibit and talks, July 2024

Bunnell Street Arts Center presents Suumacirpet (Our Way of Living: Sugcestun), Anĝaĝiisingin (The way we live: Unangam Tunuu), Yuuyaraput (Our way of life: Yup’ik), uaptiktun inniguq (Doing things Our Way: Inupiaq), Ye’uh qach’dalts’iyi ‘what we live on from the outdoors: Dena’ina) opening on July 5th, 2024 at Bunnell Street Arts Center. Skin Sewing Discussion with artists Saturday, July 6, 5 pm.

“In Alaska we are surrounded by abundance. For over ten thousand years, Indigenous people have inhabited these lands, caring for the wild resources that surround us so that they in turn will sustain our communities. Knowing how to make use of local resources was and is a way of surviving and being in good relation to this place. This is a way of being that has been maintained over time through subsistence cycles and place-based practices that are contingent upon taking good care of the resources that surround us. This is our way of living.

Bunnell Arts by Air In-person and Broadcast concerts

Bunnell Arts by Air presents Ed Washington in concert at Bunnell broadcast live on KBBI AM 890 Friday on August 16th, 2024 at 7pm. Join our live studio audience! In-person audiences must be seated at 6:45pm.

Ed Washington is an Alaska based Artist / Producer who says, “Alaska is a place rich with nature and majesty, but it can also be a very challenging place to live with its long & dark winters.” He infuses his experiences living in “the last frontier” into his art & music. He has many musical influences like Frank Ocean, Brandy, Stevie Wonder, Kanye West, Timbaland, etc. His style is whimsical yet heartfelt, with a psychedelic alt-R&B twist.

Ed Washington graduated from the University of Alaska- Anchorage Music program. After winning three Alaska’s Hop-Hop and R&B Music Awards, earning him a Legislative citation for his accomplishments, Washing is easily the most successful black singer-songwriter in Alaska.

Virtual Giving Gallery

The Virtual Giving Gallery invites collectors downsizing their art collections to donate the re-sale of those artworks towards grant opportunity funds for Alaska artists. The resale of these donated artworks offers a commission to the living artists and seeds artist grant funds such as the Artist Emergency Fund and the Alex Combs Fund administered by Bunnell Street Arts Center.

“Tune in: Homer” Audio Soundscape by Andrew O’Connor

Tune In: Homer” is an audio soundscape featuring voices of people and place in Homer created by sound artist Andrew O’Connor, from Toronto, Canada. O’Connor created this audio installation from…

7th Annual Community Supported Art (CSA) Box on Sale June 1

Danielle Larsen: Watercolor paintings on paper, (2.5×3.5”) in acrylic magnetic frames As a watercolor artist based in the stunning landscapes of Anchorage, Alaska, I am inspired by the raw beauty…

Steve Gordon Exhibit, August 2024

Landscape painter Steve Gordon exhibits at Bunnell Street Arts Center for the month of August. The exhibit opens on Friday, August 2nd, 2024 from 5-7pm with an artist talk at…

Jari Piper & Ian Scarfe Concert, August 2024

Bunnell Street Art Center presents a chamber concert by musicians Jari Piper (cellist) & Ian Scarfe (pianist) on Saturday, August 10th, 6:30 at Bunnell Street Art Center. $35 tickets available…

Bunnell Street Arts Center's mission is to spark artistic inquiry, innovation and equity to strengthen the physical, social and economic fabric of Alaska.

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