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Summer Art


Seward Arts Council Summer School is brought to you in partnership with Youth360!
Meegan Miller - Theatre

Seward High School Theatre Collective’s Director and Drama Advisory, invites actors aged 12-18 years to an immersive 7-day summer workshop.

From 12 pm to 5 pm daily, participants will engage in a transformative journey, culminating in a 30-minute performance of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”

Students will explore character development, language, and stagecraft, fostering confidence and creative expression. This collaborative environment will foster friendships and a lifelong passion for the performing arts. 

Join Meegan Miller’s workshop for an unforgettable experience and a chance to unleash your acting potential! 
Ages 12 to 18
12:00 - 5:00 pm - July 21 - 28
** Show scheduled for the 28th **

Justine Pechuzal - Painting - Art & Nature Explorations

Come play with paint, feathers, flowers and more in this week-long art program.

Beautiful Seward will be our daily inspiration, whether that means sketching a mountain or collecting objects from nature to study and draw. 

No art experience necessary, just an interest in creativity and fun.  
Ages 7 to 12
9:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m., July 22 - 27

All classes will take place at Resurrection Lutheran Church
The Artists
Megan Miller

Meegan Miller

Meegan is pleased to be back in the theatre after taking a lifetime away to pursue a career in design and raise her beautiful family.  She began her acting career at Dixon High School in California.

High school theatre inspired her to continue her actor training at Solano College and the American Conservatory Theatre Company in San Francisco. After completing her acting education, Meegan went on to work professionally on stage and screen in San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York City. 
Justine Pechuzal

Justine Pechuzal is a community artist based in Seward, Alaska whose
work joyfully connects the viewer to our natural environment. Originally
from the Southwest, Justine holds a masters degree in art education and
bachelors degree in art history, creative writing and studio art from the
University of Arizona.

A passion for wilderness brought her north;
opportunities in community art convinced her to stay. She has created over
fifteen public murals in Alaska and abroad with a focus on subsistence and
culture, and displays her drawing and painting in local galleries. You can
find her @paintedwhale on Instagram, or contact her at 

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