Coming attractions you won’t want to miss!

• Mask Performance workshop by Wonderheads, March 23, 6:00 p.m.

For location and reservations for this free class, call Donna at (907)983-3222.  Open to all ages, approximately two hours.

• Wonderheads, March 24, 7:00 p.m. in the Skagway School auditorium.

“The  Middle Of Everywhere” is a captivating, wordless journey of physical theatre.” (Edmonton Journal).

In this riveting play, Winston, a man of particular particularities, is expecting nothing other than a perfectly normal day.  The appearance of eleven year old Penny at his bus stop is the first thing to upset his routine, but what he doesn’t realize is that today, Penny would be the least of his worries.  The universe has conspired to send these strangers on a fantastical journey through time and space, forcing them to confront their fears head-on as they struggle to find their way home.  But will they claim their place in the universe?

“Whether you’re a parent with a school-age child or just a grown-up who needs reminding that the universe is awesome, you’ll be delighted by Wonderheads.” (Winnipeg Free Press).

For more information on Wonderheads, you can find them online at www.wonderheads.com.  These activities are supported, in part, with funds provided by the Western States Arts Federation, the Skagway Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Admission:  $12. Per person, $10. SAC members, seniors and students, $25. Family.

• Art Fest, April 7-10, will be held at the Skagway School and various locations around town.  Students from SE Alaska high schools will be arriving in Skagway to immerse themselves in four days of art classes.  The weekend culminates with an art show at Kirmse’s on Broadway on Sunday evening, April 10th.  If space is available after student registration, we will offer available class slots to interested community members for $50 per class.  Watch for posters a couple days before classes start for details.

• Spring Show Of Winter Work, starts Friday, April 15, at the AB Hall. This weekend art show is free and not to be missed!  See what fellow Skagwegians have been creating this winter!  All community members are welcome to show off finished art work and works in progress.  For details and due dates for submissions, look for posters around town or the next Skagway News.  Forms are also available at the AB Hall, the Public Library and the Recreation Center.  Start getting your artwork ready now!

• The 30th Annual International Folk Festival, Friday,  April 15, 7:00 p.m. until the finale! Eagles Stage, all welcome, free admission with donations gladly accepted!  Come out for a fun filled evening of live music performed by folks from the Yukon, Juneau, Skagway and other far away places.

Fifteen minute sets are available for groups and performers of all ages.  Call Donna at (907)983-3222 or email Skagwayartscouncil@gmail.com if you would like to participate.

Keep in mind that Skagway Arts Council Memberships are available at all events and online.  Membership is good for one year and you receive $2 off each event you attend all year long as well as helping a great organization bring quality events to Skagway.  Memberships are $10 per individual, $6 for seniors and students or $25 for families.

Scholarships are also available for a wide variety of activities.  Perhaps you would like to participate in the upcoming North Words Writers Symposium, take an art class, need help buying an instrument, repairing an old one, updating equipment in your studio or buying more supplies…we have funds available to help!  Applications can be found online or ask at an event and we will get a form to you.  We hope to see you soon at these wonderful events!  www.skagwayartscouncil.blogspot.com. –SAC