Thursday, Feb. 21, 6 p.m.
Steve & Anne will talk about living on Lake Clark, their writing, their building project, & their latest artistic endeavor: a documentary film.
Steve Kahn is the author of The Hard Way Home: Alaska Stories of Adventure, Friendship, and the Hunt. He has written numerous pieces for Alaska Magazine and Alaska Dispatch News. Born and raised in Anchorage, he now divides his time between Homer and Lake Clark.
Anne Coray was born at Lake Clark and grew up in Kenai. She is the author of three full-length poetry collections. She has also written and published short stories and is at work on two novels.
Both Steve and Anne have received awards from the Rasmuson Foundation for their writing.
Do you create from your heart, mind, and soul? Most artists do and we’re better for it. The heart shape itself is symbolic, intriguing and can be manipulated in such interesting ways. Show us your creative hearts in any media, color, or construction method. We want to cover the walls of the art gallery with your unique hearts. Celebrate Art from your Heart!
The Beluga whales of Cook Inlet are being observed on a daily basis by Kim Ovitz of NOAA, near the Kenai Senior Housing bluff overlook of the Kenai River. She will give a presention on May 24th at 6pm regarding her observations along with a history of the whales in the Kenai River and Cook Inlet. She has gathered formal and personal observations from locals about the Cook Inlet Beluga.
The Kenai Watershed Forum Director Jack Sinclair will present additional whale and water information as well as offering Q & A time for public questions/input.
Free and Open to all, sponsored by NOAA, Kenai Watershed Forum and the Kenai Fine Art Center.
Thursday, May 24, 6pm.
Peninsula Art Guild/Kenai Fine Art Center is proud to present Wild Shore New Music playing at Kenai Fine Art Center, 816 Cook Avenue in Old Town Kenai Wednesday September 27, 2017 at 7:00 PM. Wild Shore New Music presents adventurous new chamber music in south-central Alaska and explores how art engages the natural world in all its beauty and danger. Humans have always needed to use and understand the natural world in order to survive. Wild Shore stages this struggle, and invites audiences to reflect on it, through performances of instrumental music. Wild Shore fosters collaborations between living composers, the nation’s finest classically-trained musicians, and the extraordinarily creative artists and residents of Alaska. Wild Shore Festival for New Music is a non-profit organization fiscally sponsored by the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), which supports artists who want to realize specific projects. NYFA’s mission is to empower artists at critical moments in their creative lives.