Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies
Ocean's Lament: an Art Exhibit

OPEN CALL to All Pacific Rim artists:  
 
The Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies, 
with local Homer artist Lynn Marie Naden, 
and the Homer Council on the Arts will be hosting
Ocean's Lament, marine debris art exhibition.    

We will be accepting pieces from any artist
or group residing in or visiting the Pacific Rim. 

Pacific Gyre

 Submission deadline: June 21 
 
 Exhibition: July 4 - Aug 29
 Homer Council on the Arts
 Homer, Alaska 

 For more information and prospectus:
 
 
 
Debris Art
 
Summer WILL Come!

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On a magnificent sweep of oceanfront land and maritime forest, Homer is a place filled with natural wonders. The unique and picturesque surroundings provide a spectacular setting for a rewarding experience you won't soon forget.


We welcome families, nature gurus, avid outdoor adventurers, historians and wildlife lovers alike.  Our Naturalists lead tours on the beaches and forest trails of our Peterson Bay Field Station, under the docks at the Homer Harbor and the 140acre Boreal Forest of the Wynn Nature Center overlooking Kachemak Bay! 

Our small group tours planned and continuously refined over 32 years, include many elements that would be next to impossible to do otherwise.  Each participant, regardless of age or ability or experience will find new discoveries and joy along the trail best suited for them.  Tours range from a couple hours to several days and pricing is affordable! 



 
 

Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies, 708 Smokey Bay Way, PO BOX 2225, Homer, AK 99603, (907) 235-6667