Alaska Design Forum, Arts@360

Future Tense by Bernard Khoury

Bernard Khoury studied architecture at Rhode Island School of Design (BFA 1990/B.Arch 1991). He received a Masters in Architectural Studies from Harvard University (M.Arch 1993) and started an independent practice that same year.  Over the past 15 years, his office has developed an international reputation and a significant diverse portfolio of projects both locally and…


Tidelines Ferry Tour

A small group of artists are on a floating, ferry-based residency across coastal Alaska through Sitka’s Island Institute. With the institute’s Peter Bradley, the artists are exploring the intersection of climate change and culture. Playwright Chantal Bilodeau, creative futurist Michelle Kuen Suet Fung, rapper Allison Warden and poet Devan Alexander present some of their work…

Alaska Originals, Arts@360

The Hannah Yoter Band

The Hannah Yoter Band on Alaska Originals — a 360 North production that features original music by Alaskans. Hannah Yoter is well versed in the language of acoustic music. From an early age her world was filled with songs and stories that spanned generations and genres of folk music. Hannah began playing bluegrass guitar when…

Arts@360, The Artist

Ernestine Hayes

Through readings, conversation and video footage, we explore Ernestine Hayes’ writing, her influences, and more. Hayes belongs to the Kaagwaantaan, or wolf clan, on the Eagle side of the Tlingit nation. She is a teacher, a great grandmother, and a writer. She has written several essays and books, among them “Blond Indian”–the winner of numerous…

Arts@360, Writers' Showcase

March 2016

Episode of Writers’ Showcase, featuring professional actors presenting writing by Alaskans. Family, relationships, love and a free woodstove that’s not so free are a few of the themes our writers explore.

Alaska Originals, Arts@360


On this episode of Arts@360’s Alaska Originals we feature a band who blends psych-folk and hip-hop with classical themes. They’re an experimental chamber group that defies any notion of musical normativity. This is HARM.