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Diane Melms exhibits April 5th - 30th

Fiber artist Diane Melms exhibits “Thinking Outside the Block” at Bunnell Street Arts Center for the month of April. The exhibit opens on Friday, April 5, 2024 from 5-7pm with an artist talk at 6pm.

”Honoring tradition and seeking innovation, I strive to push the quilt form into new territory. With a firm foundation in traditional textiles, and an art and design background, I am inspired to use my technical skills and creative drive to invent new ways to express my ideas in cloth. In many ways, I have pushed myself to ‘think outside the block’ with both concept and technique.” more. 

30th Annual Plate Project - Painting Project Opening May 10th 5 - 7pm

Bunnell Street Arts Center kicks off our 30th Plate Project and annual membership drive on May 10th from 5-7pm with cake!  Choose your commemorative art plate when you donate $125+ to support the mission and programs of Bunnell. Donate $250 and select your plate early, on May 1st.

An artist-led community effort since 1994, the Plate Project provides essential support for the mission and programs of Bunnell Street Arts Center. This year’s plate project will be fired by Plate Project originator, Ahna Iredale. The Plate Project would not be possible without the time and talent of Homer potters who transform hundreds of pounds of clay into 100+ plates each year. This year we thank Lisa Wood, Maygen Lotscher, Marie Herdagen, Jeff Szarzi, David Kaufman, Ahna Iredale, Ruby Haigh, Carl Bice and Chris Story.

Donate at the $250 level and be ready to competitively select your plate early on May 1st. Plates will be available in-person and in the virtual gallery by 10 am: https://www.bunnellarts.org/plate-project/2024-plate-project-gallery/

Visionary donors at the $1,000 level may select their plates at any time.

Bunnell Arts by Air In-person and Broadcast concerts

Bunnell Arts by Air presents Tyson Davis in concert at Bunnell broadcast live on KBBI AM890 Friday, April 19th, 2024 at 7pm. Join our live studio audience! In-person audiences must be seated at 6:45.

Tyson Davis has been making music in Alaska for nearly 16 years. Though his North Carolina roots heavily influence his music stylings, it is Alaska that tends to fill the lyrics of his songs. Seward has been his home and his muse since he first came to AK in 2007. Raised on songwriters like John Prine, Townes Van Zandt and Tom T. Hall, Tyson’s music is a blend of folk, country, and American roots blended with a quirky style of storytelling. As frontman for the band Blackwater Railroad, Tyson has had the privilege of playing to audiences all around Alaska and much of the lower 48. Mr. Davis is now taking his solo show around to his favorite spots in the 49th state.

Libby Meyer, Artist in Residence, April 2024

Bunnell Street Arts Center welcomes composer Libby Meyer from April 6 - 18, 2024. Libby will give an artist talk on April 12 at 6pm. She will host a composing…

D. Chase Angier, Artist in Residence, April 2023

Bunnell Street Arts Center welcomes interdisciplinary choreographer D. Chase Angier, April 2 - 30th. She will provide an artist talk on April 12 and a Movement Workshop on April 14…

Andrew O’Connor, Artist in Residence, April 2024

Bunnell Street Arts Center welcomes sound artist, radio producer and storyteller Andrew O’Connor for the month of April. O’Connor will provide an artist talk on Friday, April 12th, host a…

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

Gallery will re-open on February 1st, 2024

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