The Morning Interview

Art Shares

Sitka Fine Arts Camp (SFAC) faculty members WT McRae and Amy Butcher discuss Art Shares, the evening performances presented by SFAC faculty, which are open to the public. Every night for the next week, faculty will perform a free sampling of their work. Most performances are at the Odess Theater starting at 7 p.m. The weekend shows are presented at the Performing Arts Center.
This week, starting Tuesday, July 1, camp counselors will show off their music, dance, theater and writing skills. On Wednesday, July 2, the visual arts faculty will present slides of their work and on Thursday, July 3, the writing and theater faculty will present improv, poetry, fiction and non-fiction.
A full schedule of all the events scheduled through July 10 will soon be posted on the Sitka Fine Arts Camp Facebook page.

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