Bunnell Street Arts Center PickClickGives Meaningful Context To Peninsula

first_imgBunnell Managing Director Adele Person: “…which is a really creative economy, which is a really engaged community, which is really ways to survive and thrive in this place inspired by the landscape, the really interesting entrepreneurial people who live here.” Over the last couple decades, it has been the home of the Bunnell Street Arts Center, and for the residents of Homer it has helped define the community.Bunnell Managing Director Adele Person says those investing in the Alaskan arts community do so as a way to help create the Alaska they want to see. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Courtesy of Bunnell Street Arts CenterDown by the shores of Bishop’s Beach sits the Old Inlet Trading Post Building, an earthly sage green historic building with smart white divided light windows. Bunnell was created to sustain artists, cultivate audiences and engage a vibrant Alaskan community by nurturing and presenting exceptional innovative art in all media for diverse audiences. Pick.Click.Give donors receive membership to Bunnell, and Person says have been instrumental in setting aside an Operating Reserve and seeding an Endowment Fund. Bunnell Managing Director Adele Person: “Pick.Click.Give has helped up do some of our community outreach programs like we have done a Pioneer Avenue revitalization program, had a peonies on Pioneer effort over the last couple years that had murals and gardens installed on Pioneer.”last_img

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