As you may know, a recent initiative on the City and Borough of Juneau municipal ballot to grant $4.5M to the New JACC unfortunately failed to pass, with a 31.4% voter turnout. First and most importantly, we want to convey to you that, despite the election results, The Partnership remains
The New JACC is now hiring a Communications Manager. This is a part time position, open until filled. The Communications Manager for the New JACC will promote widespread awareness of and support for the New JACC throughout Juneau, the state, and nationwide as appropriate. The job includes the deployment of
The Partnership, Inc., Board of Directors received the 2019 updated version of the Financial Feasibility Study for the New JACC at its monthly meeting on Monday, April 1st. Board members Bud Carpeneti and Annie Calkins presented some of the highlights from the updated Study at a community meeting hosted by
The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council and the New JACC Announce the 100th Donor of More Than $10,000! Juneau’s local arts agency and the New JACC are delighted to announce exciting good news about reaching a major milestone in local support for the effort to build a dedicated arts and culture facility for Alaska’s
Young and old alike enjoyed a few creative moments painting on the big mural depicting the New JACC during the Mayor’s Awards for the Arts on August 17. This eye-catching project was developed by Capital Campaign members Marjorie Menzi and Barb Kreher, with support from Bing Carillo and Rachelle Bonnett.