Griffin and Bennett dropped into KTOO to play us some tunes. This is the musicians’ first time to the Alaska Folk Festival.
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.
After years of preparation, and months of interviews and rehearsals, “Aan Yátx’u Sáani: Noble People of the Land,” opens tonight at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center. The multimedia theatrical presentation features five people with histories in the Juneau’s Indian Village and Willoughby District. Lillian Petershoare is one of them. “Instead of having five…
Comedian Paula Poundstone says she never does the same show twice.
Sealaska Heritage Institute says the Dance of the Deer Foundation exploits shamanism.
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.
A new play illuminates the power that traditional culture can have have in modern life.
This year’s theme is “Positively Powerful!” and speakers have been encouraged to make calls to action.
The deadline to submit entries to Poetry Omnibus, the contest that puts locally written work in our Capital Transit buses, is Jan. 31.
The ranking methodology favors communities with a high concentration of creative jobs and creative industries. The revenue of arts nonprofits, like ticket sales, grants and community contributions, also factored in.