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Changing Landscapes Opening Friday, May 5th,  from 5-7pm, artist talks at 6pm.

For the month of May, Bunnell presents Changing Landscapes, a group invitational exhibit featuring new work by Deb Lowney, Sharlene Cline and Kristin Link. Exhibit opening will be on May 5th from 5-7pm, artist talks at 6pm.

As human activities increase the rate at which natural processes like glacial retreat, weathering and erosion shape the landscape, what agency do artists offer as witnesses, interpreters and documentarians of disappearing landscapes? How do artists steward how we hold and express feelings about change? How might art help humans find strength, reckon with loss, and face what is revealed with courage, purpose and love? Artists featured are: Sharlene Cline, Deb Lowney and Kristin Link

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, May 19th, Broadcast at 7pm

Atz Lee Kilcher is a celebrated stage musician who has anchored local bands Yellow Cabin and Three Legged Mule. He is a trained sound engineer and leading character in “Alaska: The Last Frontier” based in Homer. “Songs from a Lifetime” brings an eclectic variety of introspective wordplay and joyful meanderings along with a dose of sorrow and realism in this night of music. Says Atz Lee, “These stories and poetry that no longer can be confined within the constructs of my own mind… My long awaited solo career starts here.”

"Fox & Flight" painter Julia Garrity, potter Maygen Lotscher

2023 Plate Project Viewable May 19th

Painted plates may be selected at the $250 membership level or higher beginning May 19. View the plates in-person or online here.

Make a donation of $250 or higher to ensure your early pick of this year’s beautifully created plates. Not sure if you’re current? Email or call (907) 235 – 2662 to check. Join us on Friday, May 26 for the project’s opening at Bunnell Street Arts Center and choose your art plate when you donate $125+. That evening we will celebrate the painters, potters and members who make the annual project possible, as well as share art programming we have planned for the year. Refreshments will be shared from 5-7pm.

2023 Plate Project Opening and Member’s Celebration

Plate selection is based on donation tiers. To reserve a plate prior to the May 19th sneak-peek, a member must make a donation of $1,000 or higher. Otherwise, plates will…

6th Annual Community Supported Art Box 2023

The 6th annual Community Supported Art box features original artwork by Homer area artists Sharlene Cline, Marie Herdegen, Valisa Higman, Abigail Kokai, Adele Person and Winter Marshall-Allen. Thirty CSA shares…

Protection: Adaptation and Resistance, Bunnell’s nationally touring exhibition opens in Portland, Oregon

Bunnell Street Arts Center is pleased to announce that our nationally touring exhibition, Protection: Adaption & Resistance has arrived at Native Arts and Cultures Foundation (NACF) in Portland, Oregon. NACF…

Linda Infante Lyons Exhibit, July 2023

Statement In the spirit of inclusivity, I blend the spiritual symbols of Western culture with those of the Alaska Native people, elevating the culture and worldview of my ancestors. I…

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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Sunday 12 - 4

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