Author and photographer Amy Gulick discusses her book “The Salmon Way” – An inspiring look into the lives of Alaskans and salmon and how they intertwine.
Fairbanks based artist Sara Tabbert discusses her various art forms, travels and inspirations, as well as dives into her process.
Photographer David Michael Kennedy takes us through his long and remarkable career. *WARNING: Some of the language in this video may be considered insensitive or disturbing by some viewers.
Master carver Wayne Price discusses the in intricacies of constructing traditional canoes and the adventures of traveling in them through Southeast Alaska.
Anchorage based artist, Amy Meissner discusses her textile artwork.
Author Dr. Emily Moore discusses her book Proud Raven, Panting Wolf and the creation of our many totem parks that came out of the Great Depression.
Weaver Kathryn Rousso discusses her amazing baskets as well as types of basket weaving.
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
Linda Infante Lyons’ paintings imagine scenes of hushed stillness, devoid of human presence and inhabited by flora and fauna. Her painting series, Ebb and Flow, includes medium and large format oil paintings of Alaska-inspired landscapes.
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…