355 West Pioneer Avenue, Homer, AK 99603  (907) 235-4288

Tia Pietch is the winner of season passes for 2 to all of HCOA's ticketed events!

Runners up Brennan Evarts and Karoline Geiker receive admission for two to any one event!

Paint and Paddle - September Gallery Exhibit

First Friday opening, September 4, 5-7 p.m. Work by Barb Deal, Jody Jenkins, Annie Olson, and Rita Pfenninger

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Pink Martini: Monday, September 14

Featuring a dozen musicians, Pink Martini performs its multilingual repertoire around the world. and they're coming to Homer! Tickets on sale now. Opening act: Devils Club Orchestra.

Watch Pink Martini!

TheatreShakes starts October 6!

This year's production is "The Comedy of Errors."

Details and registration form

Letters Aloud: Tuesday, November 10

A highly entertaining reading series where intimate, private letters, written by some of history’s most famous (and infamous) people, are read aloud in front of a live audience. Tickets will be on sale soon.

Visit Letters Aloud

WONDERHEADS: March 31-April 1

Multi-award winning physical theatre company specializing in mask performance and exquisite visual storytelling for adults and children.


Events at a Glance

Great performances coming to Homer! See what's in store for the 2015-2016 season.

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Experience and participate in the arts with a performance, workshop, or class.

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Homer Council on the Arts

Homer Council on the Arts (HCOA) serves the communities of Kachemak Bay and the Lower Kenai Peninsula. Our mission is to provide opportunities for everyone in the community to experience and participate in the arts.

The historic roots of the organization reach back to 1958 with the founding of the Homer Concert Association. Later, Homer area arts groups determined that a formal organization was needed to meet increasing demand for programs and to provide a cultural arts facility in Homer. HCOA was established in 1975 for this purpose.

HCOA advocates for the arts as an integral, essential part of community life. We offer arts education programs and sponsor public events such as concerts, plays, gallery exhibits, talent shows, and craft”faires.”



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Donations to the general fund support day-to-day operations. Donations to the endowment help secure the future of HCOA for generations to come.

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Businesses, organizations and individuals have an array of opportunities to support the arts and demonstrate their commitment to the success of our community.

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Membership shows your support of the arts in our community. Members receive discounts on registrations, tickets, space rentals, and vendor fees.

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