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Art for Peat: Two Artist Opportunities, Open until 9/1

Bunnell Street Arts Center is delighted to collaborate with Homer Drawdown and the Pratt Museum to present art programs which elevate the importance of peatlands for planetary sustainability. Artist in Residence Sheryl Maree Reily spends two weeks in mid-June and again in mid-September exploring, documenting and interpreting peatlands in the Homer area through photographic research and documentation, interviews and community engagement. More information about Sheryl’s residency. ‍

Additionally, Art for Peat includes two artist opportunities: a participatory exhibit at the Pratt Museum, and a mural at the Homer Airport.

Art for Peat Exhibit – Call for Art

Art for Peat at the Pratt Museum is an exhibition highlighting the importance of Art for Peat. The exhibition is September 10 – October 10 in the museum’s lower level. The show includes a new installation by Sheryl Maree Reily and an exhibition opportunity for additional artwork on the surrounding walls. Artwork may be of variable dimensions and media, wall mounted, projected, performed, etc. Call for art closes on September 1st. Questions can be directed to

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Art for Peat Mural – Call for Proposals

Art for Peat Mural at the Homer Airport Terminal is an opportunity to tell the story of sustainable stewardship, cultural heritage, human and environmental justice, and respect for future generations embedded in local peatlands. Interested artists are invited to send proposals for the mural until September 1st. Questions can be directed to

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