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Winter Carnival Walkable/Wearable Parade, Calling Performers

Parade Street Performance – February 10th, 2024

Calling performers to outlandishly enliven the Homer Winter Carnival parade with built walkable/wearable sculptures in celebration of Homer Drawdown’s Non-Motorized Transportation project and the Homer Shares the Road campaign, on February 10th.

Artists, performers, pedestrians and people on bikes draw attention to the joys of walking and biking around Homer while sharing the road. Join us to share your own creations, or wear others’ and hand out Homer Shares the Road bumper stickers. This parade performance features work by Abigail Kokai, Carla Klinker, Susannah Webster, Nate Spence and other community artists.

Participate by emailing info@bunnellarts.org or calling 907-235-2662. Participants should arrive at Homer High School by 11am for the Parade which begins at noon.

Maker’s Space – January 21 – 28th, 2024

Birds! Beasts! Puffballs! Join Bunnell Street Arts Center and Homer Drawdown for two weekend Maker’s Space sessions to build walkable, wearable sculptures like marionettes, puppets, and masks to outlandishly enliven the Homer Winter Carnival parade on February 10th. Puffs & Spheres with Susannah Webster and Nate Spence on January 19 – 21; and Marionettes & Masks with Abigail Kokai and Carla Cope on January 25th – 28th.

Bring your sketches and ideas or help build collaborative community projects using cardboard and other easily sourced materials. This effort is in celebration of Homer Drawdown’s 2023 Non-Motorized Transportation project and the Homer Shares the Road campaign to draw attention to the joys of walking and biking around Homer while sharing the road. Share your creations and hand out Homer Shares the Road bumper stickers by joining the Homer’s Winter Carnival parade on February 10th.

Free and open to the public. Space may be limited. Please email info@bunnellarts.org or call 907-235-2662 to reserve a space.

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

With grant support from RURAL CAP/Thriving Communities, Bunnell Street Arts Center is pleased to present HEART residencies (Healing and Engagement Through Art) featuring a series of workshops in 2023-2024 to spark joy, health and healing for people living around Kachemak Bay. 

Homer Drawdown is a decentralized, community effort to mitigate the climate crisis at the local level and grounded in the belief that community led, middle-out solutions, are the most influential solutions we can enact. Homer Drawdown is supported by 100 Men Who Care, Cook Inletkeeper, and Kachemak Bay Conservation Society. 

Puffballs & SpheresMaker space & open studio w/ Susannah Webster and Nate Spence, Friday, January 19, 3-6pm. Sphere demonstration @5pm. Maker space & open studio, Saturday & Sunday January 20-21, 1-5pm. Free. Register by email info@bunnellarts.org or call (907) 235 – 2662

Marionettes & Masks – Maker space & open studio w/ Abigail Kokai and Carla Klinker Cope, Thurs-Fri, January 25-26, 3-6pm – Marionette armature demonstration @5pm. Maker space & open studio, Saturday & Sunday, January 27-28, 1-5pm Register by email info@bunnellarts.org or call (907) 235 – 2662

Homer Winter Carnival Parade: Feb 10th, 2024 at noon. Meet at Homer High School at 11am.   

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