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David Brame Exhibit Opening Friday, March 3,  from 5-7pm, artist talk at 6pm

For the month of March, Afrofuturist artist and scholar David Brame exhibits mixed media painted comic pages about queerness, depression, sobriety, and addiction at Bunnell Street Arts Center. Exhibit opening is Friday, March 3rd, 5-7pm with an artist talk at 6pm.

“This is the last installment of the Dusty Funk installation series, exploring performative experience and mixed media to question the status quo, identity, gender and race, and produce both beautiful and grotesque imagery in an Afro-surreal environment. I am looking for new ways to tell stories and engage with audiences with my work. Fresh inspiration abounds. The Quixotic Queericule Quazar uses comics, poetry, prose, and large mixed media paintings to tell a short story discussing identity, addiction, and the feelings associated with giving your dreams to the void.” – David Brame

Bunnell Arts By Air - KBBI/Bunnell Concerts Ongoing

The Bunnell Arts by Air radio series features Alaska and visiting musicians in all genres and is co-produced by Bunnell Street Arts Center and KBBI to support local artists and musicians and celebrate our community. Initial funding came from a Coronavirus Non-Profit Relief grant from the Alaska Community Foundation, and continues with support from the Alaska Community Foundation’s AKCanDo grant and a Quick Response grant from the Homer Foundation. Audience is limited to 20 and must be seated at 6:45pm to be ready for radio broadcast promptly at 7pm.

Friday, April 21st, Broadcast at 7pmtiny bill cody is the performance alter ego of Tor Lukasik-Foss, a Canadian artist whose creative practice integrates music, performance, storytelling and visual art. He has performed for over two decades in solo shows, fringe musicals, country music reviews, and performance art operas. His original songs begin with voice and a percussive guitar to tell about the human experience as it succumbs to an inevitable procession of minor sins, private ambitions, subtle fears, fragile humiliations, and tiny levities. They graft themselves onto the roots of sturdier rhythms and traditions in order to be more widely understood.

Annual Report - 2022 in Review

Dearest friends, neighbors, artists, and partners,

Together we have weathered three years of pandemic, political strife, and the literal weather as the consequences of living out of balance with our environment become more apparent and destabilizing. As we imagine tomorrow, artists help us elaborate what that might look like, sound like, feel like. Art is a multi-sensory experience that can profoundly alter a person’s worldview. Arts and culture are ways of communicating values and creating communities of thought and action.

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Quentin Simeon, Qanemcikangqertua: I Have Stories to Tell

Please join Quentin Simeon as he reads, recites, and reenacts some of his writings and a pair of traditional stories from his Yup’ik culture on March 31st, 7pm at Bunnell…

Tor Lukasik-Foss and Jenny Irene Miller Exhibit, April 2023

For the month of April, multidisciplinary artist Tor Lukasik-Foss of Ontario, Canada and artist Jenny Irene Miller of Anchorage, Alaska exhibit work at Bunnell Street Arts Center. The shared exhibit…

Tor Lukasik-Foss as Artist in Residence, April 2023

Bunnell Street Arts Center welcomes multidisciplinary artist Tor Lukasik-Foss from April 1 – 30th. Tor will host a community outreach booth called “I AM NOT PSYCHIC” and hold open studios…

Jenny Irene Miller Artist in Residence, April 2023

During the month of April, Bunnell Street Arts Center welcomes artist in residence Jenny Irene Miller, an Inupiaq artist from Dena'ina Ełnena, Anchorage, Alaska. While in residence Jenny will exhibit…

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