Gwich’in Athabascan songwriter Daniel Firmin of Fort Yukon and Fairbanks performs “Call Me What You Want” as part of the Red Carpet Celebration Sessions.
Trickster Company, Kindred Post and KTOO Public Media presents the 2018 Celebration Sessions featuring Juneau artist Lily Hope.
U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith is visiting Juneau as part of a national tour to rural communities in Alaska, South Dakota, Maine and Louisiana.
After their breakout set at this year’s Alaska Folk Festival in Juneau, Seattle by-way-of Southeast Alaska band Amish Robots have changed their name to Revilla and released a new EP.
Once again, your friends at KTOO listed the downtown evening venue schedules all in one place. As these things go, we’ll be updating the schedule daily with changes, new events, and start times as we learn more.
Ketchikan artist Ray Troll’s band performs two concerts in Juneau. See Ray Troll and the Ratfish Wranglers play a free show at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 1, @360 in the KTOO building. The group performs a fundraiser show at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 2, at the JACC.
Christy NaMee Eriksen’s new poem “How To Say Goodbye” follows a pair of friends over a lifetime. It’s dedicated to her late friend Amy Henderson.
More than 30 artists, children and crafters got together this past weekend for an open studio gathering at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center. The Artists of All Nations events are a result of the JAHC’s Diversity and Inclusion Task Force, which responded to Alaska Native artists’ desire to create art as a collective experience.
A library worker in youth services says the event raised a few eyebrows, but didn’t draw any formal complaints.
Watch Gustavus songwriter Tania Lewis perform “The Swell” with Christopher Behnke at the Alaskan Hotel.