The 2018 Red Carpet Concert Folk Fest Sessions were recorded at KTOO Public Media during the 2018 Alaska Folk Festival in Juneau, Alaska. Inspired by NPR’s Tiny Desk Concerts, KTOO’s Red Carpet Concert Series features Alaskan and regional bands.
Skylar Tibbits is the founder and co-director of the Self-Assembly Lab housed at MIT’s International Design Center. He is also Editor-In-Chief of the 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing Journal and the founder of SJET, LLC. Some of Skylar’s recent awards include: R&D Magazine’s 2015 Innovator
A special songwriter’s edition of Arts@360. Featuring songwriters Manner, Taylor Vidic, Avery Stewart and our host George Kuhar.
Ray Troll and the Ratfish Wranglers are a wild bunch of artist-musicians hailing from the town of Ketchikan that play what some have described as sub-aquatic neo-folk n’ fish-punk-rock. One never knows who is going to be ‘wrangled’ into this band of pranksters but at it’s core are well known Alaskan Fish artist Ray Troll…
Original short stories from Alaska writers Clint Farr, Mary Kudenov and Heather Lende come to life as they are read aloud by local actors Elizabeth Pisel Davis, Christina Apathy and Doneice Gott.
The 2017 Alaska Folk Festival Red Carpet Concerts were recorded in the historic Alaskan Hotel, performers include The Quaintrelles, Caleb Klauder and Reeb Willms, The Hannah Yoter Band, Goldwing, Emma Hill with Kat Moore, Tanya Lewis and Christopher Behnke, Annie Bartholomew, and the festival guest artists The Murphy Beds.
Joel Salatin presents the problems with mainstream food/agriculture systems, and how a return to traditional ways will help us for the future. There is an emphasis on permaculture and agriculture system design.
360 North and the Alaska Robotics Gallery present a nerdy comedy concert for all ages, featuring local musicians and nationally renowned visiting artists! Featuring songs with The Doubleclicks, Molly Lewis, Seth Boyer, and Juneau’s own Marian Call and FySH. There’s even live drawing during the show by illustrators Kazu Kibuishi and Lucas Elliot who were in…
Arts@360 Alaska Original’s presents Tim and Karen Foote with 33 years of marriage and music making under their belts. They moved to Fairbanks, AK right after their honeymoon, and have been there ever since. Their songs spring from experience and their love. Every word is true. They both equally contribute chords and lyrics and enjoy…
An Arts@360 special presentation of our Red Carpet Concert Series-short concerts that feature original music played on our arts, culture, and music office’s red carpet. These ten concerts were recorded in one day in a tiny, third-floor room in the historic Alaskan Bar and Hotel during the 42nd annual Alaska Folk Festival in 2016.