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 present the 2018 Celebration Sessions featuring Indian Agent.
Trickster Company, Kindred Post and KTOO Public Media presents the 2018 Celebration Sessions featuring Juneau artist Lily Hope.
Tlingit and Dena’ina playwright Vera Starbard says she let non-indigenous audiences compromise her art.
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.
The three new house posts to be raised were carved from cedar, then cast in bronze. They weigh close to 1,000 pounds each.
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.
Each spring, about 50 pickers young and old get paid a few bucks a pound to collect spruce tips during a short harvest window in small town Gustavus.
The students are auctioning off the backdrop to raise money for their trip to Craig to compete in the Region V Art Fest.
Pharis Romero says words like “vintage” and “country” and maybe even “old folk” come to mind when describing their sound.