Arts and Culture


Arts & Culture

 
Juneau’s vibrant arts scene is among our city’s clear strengths, as is our rich cultural history. The two are also often intertwined, such as in the many expressions of Northwest Coast Native art that can be found throughout Southeast. In study after study, the arts have been shown to be beneficial in many different ways, including promoting social connectedness, building bridges between diverse populations, engaging students, and stimulating personal growth and community involvement. The arts also contribute significantly to our local and regional economy.

Through our partners, and the Arts & Culture Field of Interest Fund, the Juneau Community Foundation strives to create and maintain vibrant and accessible arts and culture opportunities in Juneau and Southeast Alaska. Since 2005, we invested close to $700,000 in 40 arts and culture organizations and programs:

Alaska Wildlife Alliance

Alaska Youth Choir

Artchange, Inc.

Canvas Art Studio

Empty Chair Project

Ernestine Hayes’ Book Project

Friends of the Alaska State Museum

Friends of the Juneau-Douglas City Museum

Friends of the Juneau Public Libraries

Generator Theater

Goldbelt Heritage Foundation

Island Institute

Juneau Alaska Music Matters

Juneau Arts & Humanities Council

Juneau Dance Theater

Juneau Dance Unlimited

Juneau-Douglas High School Theater

Juneau Jazz & Classics

Juneau Lyric Opera

Juneau String Ensembles

 

Juneau Symphony

Living Voices

New Juneau Arts & Culture Center

New Old Chautauqua Review

Opera To Go

Perseverance Theatre

Scholarships in Music

Scholarships for the Arts

Sealaska Heritage Institute

Seward Statue

Sheldon Jackson Museum

Sheldon Museum and Cultural Center

Sitka Fine Arts Camp

Skagway Arts Council

Skagway Convention & Visitors Bureau

Skagway School District

The Whale Project

Theatre In The Rough

Tlingit Haida Regional Housing Authority

Woosh Kinaadeiyi