Stage & Screen

Alaska Originals, Arts@360

Arts@360: Alaska Robotics Mini-Con Concert Special

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…

Alaska Originals, Arts@360

Arts@360: Alaska Originals’ Woosh Kinaadeiyí

Arts@360’s Alaska Originals is excited to present the work of Woosh Kinaadeiyí, featuring spoken word performances by Christy NaMee Eriksen, Veinglorious , Guy Unzicker and Mike Christenson, set to the music of Jacob Pickard. Conor Lendrum hosts. Woosh Kinaadeiyí is a nonprofit organization committed to diversity, inclusive community, and empowering voice. Woosh Kinaadeiyí organizes free…

Forum@360

How Childhood Sexual Assault Survivors Turned Trauma into Art

Alaska writers Vera Starbard and David Holthouse were sexually assaulted as children. Each of their stories has been turned into plays – Our Voices Will Be Heard and Stalking the Bogeyman. At this Forum@360, hear their incredible journeys of healing through storytelling, and the power of shattering the silence onstage. Storyteller Jack Dalton will also…

A Roof

Crazy – A Film by Lisle Hebert

“This film’s title is CRAZY, not because it deals with mental illness but because the way we deal with mental illness and homelessness is crazy.”

Forum@360

Political Satire by Alaska Robotics

Juneau-based Alaska Robotics recently raised several thousand dollars on Kickstarter to create six web video episodes of satirical political news over the course of the 2014 Alaska legislative session. We talk to the three funnymen behind the Alaska Robotics label, Pat Race, Aaron Suring and Lou Logan. Related articles: Alaska’s Daily Show? Alaska Robotics takes…

Forum@360

Wild Coast Trekkers

Wild Coast Trekkers, the first episode in the Forum@360 series, is about the adventurers who were highlighted in the film Journey on the Wild Coast, making films in the far reaches of Alaska, and their future projects — both film and in print.

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