Decolonizing Alaska Nov 2-30

We're seeking feedback on our Decolonizing Alaska Exhibit. The survey will be open until Dec 5, 2018.

Decolonizing Alaska is a multimedia visual art exhibit featuring contemporary artists exploring and responding to Alaska’s history of colonization. A collaboration of more than 30 diverse Alaska artists, both Native and non-Native, the exhibit introduces new ideas around Alaska culture. Exhibit curator Asia Freeman will give a presentation.

Made possible with support from Trading Union, Petersburg Community Foundation, Brunnell Street Arts Center, National Endowment for the Arts, the City of Homer, the Rasmuson Foundation, the Alaska State Council on the Arts, and the CIRI Foundation.

The Creative Experience: Altered Owl Art

Saturday, March 24, 2018 1:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Open to adults and teens 16+ | $40 fee, free for teens 16-18

Absolutely no artistic skill is required - just dive into our art supplies (collage, washi tape, watercolor, etc) with instructor Andrea Weathers and emerge with a fun and funky altered art owl.  You'll go home with a piece of mixed media art to hang on your wall or give as a gift.

Featured Artist: Doris Olsen

The work of Petersburg artist Doris Olsen will be on display behind the library front desk this summer. 20% of sales will be contributed to the Petersburg Public Library Art Education Endowment Fund.

Doris's work can also be found in both the children's room and teen room. 

 Doris Olsen, Tidal Treasures. $875   

Doris Olsen, Tidal Treasures. $875