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The Egan Library’s lower level is used for public and private events and regularly features Evening at Egan Lectures, concerts (Juneau Symphony, Juneau Jazz and Classics) and conferences. There is seating in place for 140 and room for ~60 more chairs. The space can be configured with tables for more formal seating at additional cost. Those interested in using the space should see our Facility Use Policy page.
Byron’s mix of traditional and modern styles serves to preserve Yup’ik culture and bring it into the mainstream media. This high school senior from Toksook Bay is making a big impression on the Alaska music scene, and beyond, with his new album, “I Sing, You Dance.” Sponsored by UAS Student Activities and PITAAS.
5:30 All Day
The Friends of the Egan Library - a network of the UAS Alumni & Friends, will host the first annual reception recognizing members of the UAS community publishing scholarly and creative work in recent years. Opening remarks by Ben Huff, UAS Adjunct Professor of Photography and author/photographer of The Last Road North, appetizers, no-host bar and an opportunity to learn more about the Friends of the Egan Library, UAS Alumni & Friends and ScholarWorks@UA an open access, online showcase of the intellectual output of UAS.We hope attendees will consider staying for Sound and Motion.UAS Sound and Motion | The Photography of Ben Huff 7:00pm @ Egan Lecture Hall Photographer, and UAS adjunct faculty, Ben Huff, will share pictures from a current body of work being made in Adak, as well as a local project. He will discuss book making, narrative qualities of photography, and his larger philosophy in regards to photography and art.