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.

Community Arts Classes Are A Big Success



A total of 14 people attended the leather mask making class held November 6-7th. They created some amazingly beautiful and exotic masks. Due to demand, a second class was held two weeks later.



The stained glass students who attended Debbie Ackerman's class Nov 27-28 created some beautiful works of art. There are plans for another class soon.


If you would like to be part of the fun, check this web site for information on future classes. Contact the Skagway Arts Council by email here.



Blue Feather Music Festival, Whitehorse

The annual Blue Feather Music Festival 2010 is happening this weekend in Whitehorse!!! It's too late for the Arts Council to organize a group trip to this event, but if you happen to be in Whitehorse this weekend, you might want to catch some of the acts. Or make a special trip to enjoy the whole weekend!!! Below are the details.

What: Blue Feather Music Festival 2010 - Decade of Dedication

When: Friday, 11/5/10 and Saturday, 11/6/10; Doors open at 6 pm, Feast begins at 6:30; Show starts at 7:30 (all Yukon time)

Where: Yukon Arts Center, 300 College Drive, Whitehorse

How Much: Adults $20; Students/Elders $15; Kids $19; Weekend pass $30.

Who: Friday's show includes Electric Cheese, Singlestream, Common Knowledge, Trigger and Marija. Saturday's show includes Nicole Edwards & the Joyseekers, Klukshu Flats, Kevin Barr & Blue Eagle, Diyet, and Deering & Down. Featuring: Groundwork Session Crew.

For more info: Call the Blue Feather Music Society at 867-334-3313 or visit their website at www.bluefeathermusic.ca

Leather mask-making workshop

The leather mask making workshop scheduled for last weekend didn't happen AGAIN because of the supply order. But we're not giving up. It has been re-scheduled for THIS WEEKEND!! Same place (Skagway School Shop), same time (Saturday (11/6) and Sunday (11/7) from 1pm to 3pm, same price ($10).
If you signed up for last weekend and still want to attend this weekend, you are already on the list so do nothing but show up on Saturday the 6th at 1pm. If you haven't signed up yet, we have exactly two spots left -- either reply to this email or call Kathy at 983-3650.

The details:

The Skagway Arts Council is offering a 2-day workshop on creating molded leather masks. This is open to all adults plus junior and high school students. The workshops will be held on Saturday and Sunday afternoon, from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm, November 6 and 7 in the shop at the school. Tegan Baldwin and Kathy Wassman will guide you in designing, cutting and molding your mask; all tools and materials will be provided to decorate with paint, string, glitter, fur, feathers and other items. There will be a materials fee of only $10 per person and you will leave the class with your own mask to wear and/or hang on the wall. Space is limited so please reserve yours ASAP by responding to this email or calling Kathy at 983-3650.

Please join us for this creative fun!!!