Established in 1974, the Skagway Arts Council is a non-profit, volunteer organization whose mission is to improve and enrich the quality of life in Skagway by expanding and diversifying art awareness and involvement.

Second Annual Spring Show of Winter Work

A Celebration of Creativity in our Community

APRIL 16th & 17th, 2010


Poets, storytellers, musicians, painters, sculptors, carvers, jewelers, bakers, candlestick makers, quilters, photographers, potters, cake decorators, knitters, textile sculptors, visual, poetic, performance, and literary artisans of all kinds.

You are personally invited to submit your art.

Submission forms are available at the Skagway Library and online by clicking here.
Click on form name, and then click on the "download" button. Form can then be printed out.

You may also want to print out the cover letter. It can be accessed and printed by clicking here.

Submission Form Deadline: Friday, April 9, 2010

For more information call Tegan (603-493-7655) or Dawn (907-983-3302).

Stewart Ely & Keith Heller in Concert March 21 at 7:00pm

A co-founder of the legendary Pelican Boardwalk Boogie, Ely has performed as a solo artist, as the singer and guitarist with the bluegrass group the Starr Hill Billies and in a duo with guitarist Keith Heller.

Juneau singer Collette Costa said that Ely has introduced her to some of her favorite songs, by songwriters she would otherwise never have known.

"He has a gift for finding these amazing songs that you would never get a chance to hear, I go to hear Stewart because he manages to excavate these songs from God knows where that are masterpieces of songwriting."

Keith Heller, an accomplished fingerpicking guitarist, is also a Pelican resident and favors the ragtime and blues styles.

This promises to be a memorable evening of folk music and it is being held in Skagway's premier acoustical setting, the First Presbyterian Church at 5th and Main.

You don't want to miss this one!