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February Exhibit, “for a moment, we exist together, for a moment”

Opening Friday, February 3,  from 5-7pm, artist talks at 6pm

“Glaciers sing. Blueberries listen. Bodies long to/for touch. “for a moment, we exist together, for a moment” is a series of sensory-based works examining communication, systems of care, semiotic beings, grief, and the aesthetics of accessibility within art and non-art spaces. Visitors are invited to participate and engage with the work through multiple entry points as a form of reciprocity. Many pieces are informed by and made in collaboration with artists, writers, musicians, researchers, and wayfarers.” – Katie Ione Craney

Katie Ione Craney is a multidisciplinary artist connecting memory, access, and belonging with the rapidly changing North. She creates sensory-focused work with found material, photography, sound, text, and writing in Braille. Her work has received support from Alaska State Council on the Arts, Rasmuson Foundation, the Puffin Foundation, and a Connie Boochever Fellowship. Katie lives in Deishú, also known as Haines; a small town nestled between the mouth of a braided river and the edge of a deep, glacially carved fjord in Lingít Aaní.

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, February 17th, Broadcast at 7pm: Dreamy rock trio The Wet Spots hit the Homer music scene in summer 2022 and the dance floor hasn’t been the same since. Singer/Guitarist Charles Aguliar, Drummer Seussa Kandror, and Bassist/Multi-instrumentalist Dylan Smith play an eclectic mix of eerie dance tunes fused with undertones of No Wave and Psychedelic Blues Rock. 

 

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

Monday - Saturday 11 - 5
Masks are optional.

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