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.

Annual Membership Meeting/Gordie Tentrees

Chris Proctor, September 21, 2011

Join us for this rare opportunity - Chris Proctor, winner of the U.S. National Fingerstyle Guitar Championship, and popular Sugarhouse, Rounder, Flying Fish and Windham Hill recording artist will be performing in concert. An internationally recognized 6 and 12-string guitarist, composer, recording artist, performer, and clinician for Taylor Guitars, Proctor has produced several books and videos that teach his techniques and compositions for solo guitar, and writes extensively for the guitar press.

Chris’s warm stage presence and sense of humor, his 12-string and slide work, his adventurous 6-string techniques and tunings, his stunning original guitar pieces and arrangements, and his pioneering use of the electronic bow have all made him a favorite with guitar fans everywhere.

Garden City Market, September 17


This is the last market day til next summer. Think ahead for those winter gifts you will need. Support your local gardeners and artisans! Thanks to Jess, Emily, Marisa, Brooke, Courtenay, and all the other organizers, tent builders, musicians, cooks, bakers, painters, jam makers, etc., that made the market days so fun this year.

Roger Marin




7:00 p.m. Tuesday, May 3, 2011

The Historic Skagway Inn

$15 general admission / $13 members


Includes a selection of fruit and cheese with a cash bar for wine and select cocktails.

Musicians Wanted for Skagway International Folk Fest April 29th






To download musicians application form click here.

3rd Annual Spring Show of Winter Work April 22-23





Presbyterian Fellowship Hall at Fifth and Main Street

April 22 5-9pm
Opening night will feature music performances and a reception

April 23 11am-4pm

Come celebrate our community's abundant creativity and view the projects created by our budding artists who attended the stained glass, leather mask, drawing and painting classes sponsored by the Arts Council this winter.

Gilles Apap Trio April 24 and 25















Two Concerts in Skagway

Sunday April 24 at the Red Onion Saloon
Monday April 25 at the Presbyterian Church
Both concerts start at 7:00pm
Tickets $14 ($12 for SAC members)
Tickets available at Skagway News, the Red Onion or from SAC board members.

Custom Built Burrito Bar, March 4


Come join the fun at the Elks on Friday, March 4th from 5:30-7:30pm when we will be building your burrito from the tastiest of ingredients - your choice of tri-tip, chicken or vegetarian.

3rd Annual Winter Weekend Film Festival

To check out the list of short films and read descriptions, follow this link to a pdf file.

Ukulele Making Class February 19/20, 26/27


Chris Maggio will be leading this ukulele making class using kits. Attendance at all 4 sessions will be necessary to finish a ukulele. Classes will be from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm on Saturday Feb. 19, Sunday Feb. 20, Saturday Feb. 26 and Sunday Feb. 27. Cost is $32 non-members, $30 SAC members. Send an email to SAC or contact Kathy Wassman (-3650) for more information or to sign up for the class. Space is limited. No woodwork experience necessary!

Tien Hsieh February 20, 2011


Ms. Hsieh is a classical pianist that will be playing at the Skagway School on Sunday evening, February 20, 2011, beginning at 6:30 pm. Admission is $15/adults; $5/students; for members is $13/adults; $3/students. Advanced tickets are available at the Skagway School, The News Depot, Skagway Brewing Co., and You Say Tomato. Thank you to the Skagway Brewing Co. who has graciously agreed to give a 25% discount on dinner (food only) to ticketholders on the day of the concert. For more information see her website:
http://www.tienhsieh.com/

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