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SUMMER 2020 INTERNSHIPS: Are you a student gearing up for college admissions? Do you want to learn what it takes to be part of a fast paced growing arts center? Do you want to be part of a team of dedicated people shaping our community through art and culture? Apply to be a DAC summer 2020 intern!
Submission deadline May 12th
RESOURCES FOR ARTISTS & ARTS ORGANIZATIONS:
Here at DAC, we know the COVID-19 outbreak is impacting everyone differently and hope you find our list of resources helpful. You can find resources from online art instruction to uplifting words to emergency funding. We will continue to update this list as we find more resources for you.
List of Arts Resources During the COVID-19 Outbreak from Creative Capital
Foraker Group coronavirus-response
Mat Su Health Foundation Covid Response Grants
Common Field: COVID-19 Resources for the Artist Organization Field
COVID-19 Freelance Artist Resources
Resources for Online Art Instruction
Emergency Grant Resources from 3arts
Coronavirus Resource & Response Center from American for the Arts
Wonderful words from the Albers Foundation via instagram
Rasmuson Foundation: A very thorough list of resources for Alaska https://www.rasmuson.org/news/help-for-alaskans-in-the-time-of-coronavirus/
Mat Su Health Foundation: Grant Opportunity! Target Wellness Grants for Coronavirus (COVID-19) Prevention and Response (CPR) -The Mat-Su Health Foundation (MSHF) is offering Coronavirus Prevention and Response (CPR) grants of up to $50,000 to Mat-Su nonprofit organizations. The grants are designed to support local nonprofits as they address unplanned expenses and/or lost revenue relating to the Coronavirus pandemic. Applications submitted under this program will receive expedited handling. Assistance securing a line of credit is also available.
Examples of things that may be funded by this special Coronavirus (COVD-19) grant program include:
- Support to build and develop pandemic education and prevention strategies for an organization’s staff and clients.
- Assistance in communicating with clients about service/outreach changes due to a heightened risk of exposure to Coronavirus.
- Funding for critical safety-net needs for the clients of nonprofits, including housing, transportation, medical care, childcare, and food security for those affected by disease, quarantine, or school/agency closures.
- Grants for psychosocial supports and mental health services for staff.
- Quarantine supplies for nonprofit residential programs.
- Unexpected work-from-home expenses, which could include establishing collaboration platforms and secure file sharing.
- Prevention-related expenses for items such as sanitizing supplies and equipment, or professional cleaning of common areas.
- Costs for offering services to a nonprofit’s clients in less risky ways to deliver services (for example, bringing pick-up or home-delivered meals rather than serving congregate meals, and offering virtual rather than in-person service delivery).
- Operating expenses associated with Coronavirus, such as lost revenue, continuity planning, or increased labor costs.
Alaska Arts and Culture Foundation : links to articles, resources and other materials that you think may be useful to the arts and culture sector in Alaska
Foraker Group Blog: A collection of resources for nonprofits to help you respond to Covid-19. “We all have hard decisions to make about what policies we put in place for our employees, how our services may change, and what to do about planned events. Here is a collection of resources to help you to make those decisions. We will continue to keep this page updated as we learn more”.
Alaska Small Business Development Center: Excellent source of information and help.
National Council of Nonprofits:Covid-19 and Nonprofits page that is updated regularly with the latest information and resources that nonprofits can use to prepare and respond.
Circus and Stretch POSTPONED 3.24/3.31
Alaska B4UDie Comedy Fest APRIL 3 2020 doors 7pm/ Show 7:30pm $10-12
The comedians chosen for this show are all very respectful and professional, that being said we would recommend television rules. So TV-MA is ages 14+. It can be an all ages show from our perspective but attending parents should be aware that some colorful language may occur.
What is Alaska B4UDie Comedy Fest?
Alaska B4UDie Fest is a week long comedy arts festival with shows in Anchorage, Soldotna, Talkeetna, and Juneau, Alaska. We believe every performer should have the chance to step on stage in Alaska before they die. The Festival offers an opportunity for the best standup comedians in the nation to showcase their talents to Alaskan audiences, while also elevating and celebrating the work of Alaskan comedians.
Alaska B4UDie Comedy Fest is committed to offering the best that Alaska has to offer to its performers, including sightseeing trips and opportunities to explore the wilderness of the Chugach National Forest. Experience some of the best comedians in the country, and create unforgettable memories in one of the last truly wild places on earth.
Alaska B4UDie Comedy Fest and The AKComics907 are committed to servicing the Anchorage Community and helping out to those in need. In 2017, The AKComics907 raised over $6,000 dollars for Planned Parenthood.
POSTPONED until further notice Wooden Spoon Carving Workshop~ MARCH 29 Limited spaces available SIGN UP BELOW
9:00 – 5:30, with a 45 min lunch
Join us Saturday May 16th Film Night “LONG HUNTERS” doors 7pm | Showtime 7:30pm Admission $10
This story records the life of a young pilot flying in Alaska’s Frontier Arctic. You’ll experience the front seat thrills of bush planes operating in the most dangerous conditions on Earth. Flying in minus 60 temperatures and horrific storms, airborne among the magnificent mountains, glaciers and rivers that only Alaska has to offer. Once you’ve seen this adventure you’ll not be satisfied until you visit Alaska yourself! Includes true-life interviews and experiences of accidents, comradeship, humor, heartbreaks and life in Frontier Alaska, gone forever when dismantled in the 1980’s. Filmed 99% on location, Alaska Long Hunters opens with an interesting and well researched early history of the 49th State, leading to the eventual use and development of a new tool of transport – the single engine airplane, but not without extracting a terrible price. Experience what it was like to growing up among the dangerous game, hunting the massive caribou herds and absorbing the greatness of the county in the 60’s. Every boy, man and aviator will be compelled to grapple with its final truth, concluding with a crisis encounter that forever changed the pilot’s life. Coming out May 2020. See www.longhunters.org and join our newsletter for more!
Oosik Opening Night Friday March 13th FREE! CANCELED
ART ON VIEW “SKI” 3/6-4/1 2020
POSTPONED Film Night “At Eternity’s Gate” March 20th PG13 $10 Suggested Donation
Doors 7pm / Show 7:30pm All proceeds support your local arts hub!
Famed but tormented artist Vincent van Gogh spends his final years in Arles, France, painting masterworks of the natural world that surrounds him.