Atz Kilcher performs for folk school
Walk through the Pratt Museum’s summer art exhibit, “Dirigibles of Denali,” and the show looks like a normal installation. Large pixelated prints hang on walls. Two tapestries fill up the space over the stairwell. Drawings of futuristic domed cities tell of a past-imagined vision of tomorrow. Prose poems add a literary art perspective. And in the middle appears a blank pedestal, as if creator and artist Nathan Shafer forgot a piece.
Barbara Lavallee visits Art Shop Gallery
As part of the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Attu, three artists visited Attu and Kiska Islands.
At the peak of summer with long days, warm temperatures and sunny skies, First Friday in Homer bursts out with a diverse collection of art. From Old Town to Bartlett Street, shows examine the history of a forgotten Alaska battle, future speculations and the relationship of artists to their cultures.