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Soldotna to use $20k grant for arts and culture master plan
The council last summer approved legislation supporting the creation of the master plan
A book is born: Juneau author releases poetry book portraying the many faces of childbirth
It details “the incredible power of women, and their partners”
Serenity and salinity: Emily Anderson’s ‘Salt & Water’ nearly ready to flow
It’s not a typical “grief album”
Old styles in new ways: Beader talks art and octopus bags
She’s been selected for both a local collection and a major Indigenous art market
Roots music: New album draws from memories and connections made in Southeast Alaska
Steel (pedal) yourself for new music.
Totem pole rededication ceremony emphasizes tradition, togetherness
“It represents history.”
Saga over garment design copyright infringement ends with ceremonial fire
The case was settled in March.
Baseball in the Land of the Midnight Sun
Alaska author shares untold story of frontier baseball in a new book
Kenai visitor center to showcase work by Indigenous artist
Local businessman Robert Favretto wanted to showcase Cross’ art after he recovered it from the late artist’s house last summer.
KDLL, Fine Art Center team up for art auction
The pieces up for bid are on display at Veronica’s Cafe in Old Town Kenai.
First-ever first Tlingit opera will premiere locally
It is a collaboration between Perseverance Theatre and the Sealaska Heritage Institute.
Renowned Northwest Coast artist named USA Fellow
United States Artists awards $50,000 to the Ketchikan-based artist.
‘It just feels very surreal’: a Q&A with Southeast’s recent Caldecott Medal winner
The prestigious award for her illustration work tails her Google Doodle being featured in December.
Weavers celebrate new robe with first dance
The event is part of a resurgent trend for traditional weaving.
‘Molly of Denali’ drums up fun, cultural pride
Cartoon tells Native stories with Native voices.
Album review: You should hang out with ‘Buddies’
Equal parts tight EP and shaggy dog hangout album.
At-first reluctant author talks about her Elizabeth Peratrovich book
Alaska Native rights advocate also took in cats and read Victor Hugo to high schoolers.
Alaska Native weaving project honors survivors of violence
Family thread runs through endeavor.
Local pianist to join with rare singer for ‘emotional’ concert
Audiences will get the chance to hear something rare this weekend in Soldotna. Local musician Maria Allison is teaming up with Michigan singer Rehanna Thelwell… Continue reading