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

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE:
Bunnell welcomes up to 5 masked, socially distanced, symptom-free visitors at a time. Bunnell is also open by appointment on Mondays to any who might need extra accommodation.

Gallery is closed in January.

Hours beginning February 1:
Tuesday - Saturday 11 - 5
Mondays - Open by appointment
(907) 235 2662
info@bunnellarts.org

Inspiration and Adaptation Series, PODCAST

From the current pandemic to social unrest, recession and planetary collapse, “Inspiration and Adaptation,” explores themes of challenging times. This weekly conversation with Alaska artists offers strategies and perspectives that everyone can learn from. Listen to past recorded conversations from our…

David Brame, Local Artist in Residence and Exhibit, January 2021

DUSTY FUNK! And the Cosmodelic Radioverse February 5 Opening, 5 to 7pm | an immersive art experience is a performance + listening/dance party + tour of art runs February 5-9th Join David Brame at the closing of his residency and…

Bunnell Arts by Air – KBBI/Bunnell Concerts Ongoing

The Bunnell Arts by Air radio series features Homer-area musicians in all genres and is co-produced by Bunnell Street Arts Center and KBBI. Funding comes from a Coronavirus Relief grant from the Alaska Community Foundation to support local artists and…

2021 Plate Project Painting February 5th – April 15th

Covid-Safety: Bunnell welcomes up to 5 masked, socially distanced, symptom-free visitors at a time. Bunnell is also open by appointment on Mondays to any who might need extra accommodation. Every year dozens of Alaskan artists create unique art plates as…

Pick.Click.Give. with Bunnell Street Arts Center

Pick. Click. Give. gives Alaskans an opportunity to donate a portion of their PFD to a non-profit organization. The state-wide campaign has inspired generous dollars in membership support for Bunnell and continues to be an important vehicle that sustains our…

Nina Elder, Exhibit and Artist in Residence, February 2021

With NPN’s support, Nina is developing It Will Not Be The Same, But It Might Be Beautiful. This multimedia project poetically explores how humans are implicated in the Anthropocene and are also tasked with moving towards a more holistic future.…

Rasmuson IAA workshops, Thursday January 28th, 5:30 – 8p

Rasmuson Foundation’s statewide online informational session and workshop for 2021 Individual Artist Awards Rasmuson Foundation is accepting applications for the 2021 Individual Artist Awards program. https://www.rasmuson.org/grants/individual-artist-awards/project-awards-and-fellowships/ To help artists navigate the application process, Rasmuson Foundation is hosting a statewide virtual…

Sara Tabbert Exhibit, March 2021

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Emily Schubert Artist in Residence and Exhibit, April 2021

Emily's residency will create a multi-media puppetry performance around the concept of “lost-ness.” She writes: "In an age of climate instability and rising sea level much is slowly being lost to time alongside rising anxiety on our part as humans…

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