The Arts Council engages students of all ages – youth, artists, teachers and community members – in educational arts experiences!

Adult Ed

ADULT CLASSES & WORKSHOPS

ARTS UNCORKED
Arts Uncorked is a new opportunity for the 21-and-overs to experience various mediums on an introductory level. Spend a relaxed evening with friends and BYOB! (Yep, BYOB!!!)
Each of our teaching artists will be ready with materials for you to immerse yourself in the art. Bring your friends, relax, and learn from the experts!

ARTIST SALONS
In an effort to invigorate and inspire both longstanding and emerging artists, and to cultivate a future-forward artistic direction, Ketchikan Area Arts & Humanities Council invites artists, makers, thinkers, and fellow creatives to discuss, inspire, and further shape the creative landscape of Ketchikan.

ARTIST DEVELOPMENT
The Ketchikan Area Arts and Humanities Council offers artist development workshops at the Main Street Gallery with a focus on helping artists with exhibit development, portfolio review, and grant applications

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Youth Ed

YOUTH CLASSES & WORKSHOPS

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What’s the best way to spend a gray and rainy Saturday?  By adding some color!
Enroll now for Saturday Morning ART Classes in the downstairs classroom at Main Street Gallery.

WEARABLE ART SHOW Q&A
First time you’ve created a Wearable Art piece and you’re not sure where to begin? Want some helpful tips from some veteran artists? Bring your questions and ideas! All ages welcome and encouraged.

WEARABLE ART SHOW MODELING WORKSHOP I
All first-time Wearable models must attend one of the modeling workshops, and the workshops are open to all Wearable models and artists interested in perfecting their stage-presence! Learn tips about being on stage, timing, movement, etc. This workshop takes place at KTB to take advantage of their dance studio mirrors–get some advice on movement and practice those poses! Bring your music on your phone or ipod, and any prop pieces that are crucial to your choreography. All ages welcome and encouraged.

WEARABLE ART SHOW MODELING WORKSHOP II
All first-time Wearable models must attend one of the modeling workshops, and the workshops are open to all Wearable models and artists interested in perfecting their stage-presence! Learn tips about being on stage, timing, movement, etc. This workshop takes place at the Plaza Mall, allowing us enough space for a practice runway. Get some expert instruction on presentation and timing with First City Players’ Elizabeth Nelson (and have a whole lot of fun!) Bring your music on your phone or ipod, and we highly encourage you to wear as much of your piece as you can. All ages welcome and encouraged.