Goal: to explore visions of Kachemak Bay fifty years in the future. Artwork Due: April 9 – 16, 2018, (M-F, 9am-5 pm.) Exhibit: May 4 – July 1, 2018 Guidelines Artists may submit work in any medium: visual art, media, or narrative.* Please inquire about extra large works or special concerns. * please no live […]
May 4 – July 1, 2018 “Ties Us Together” seeks to mend the divisions in our community by exploring the similarities of Homer’s people. Working from community-sourced themes, Sharlene Cline weaves current and historical perspectives on the activities that tie us together as a community. Historical photos from the Pratt collection, collaged with original painting, […]
February 1 – March 31, 2018 Come see what’s new in 2018! The annual recent acquisitions show in the lower level Art Gallery features contemporary Alaska art acquired through donations and the Rasmuson Foundation’s Art Acquisition Fund, as well as select donations in the areas, cultural history and natural sciences.
The effects of climate change are evident throughout our forests and waters. Population growth, industrial development, and urbanization threaten habitat and wildlife. Poorly managed resource extraction takes a toll on our environment. How we react to these natural and human-induced changes can either destroy or preserve the abundance of our place and, consequently, the quality […]
The art gallery offers a canvas to display the Pratt’s diverse collection of Native, contemporary, and Alaskan art. The gallery regularly showcases our most recent acquisitions, as well as selections made by guest curators and other special exhibits.