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Sometimes success begets success, so Anchorage photographer Brian Adams will spend a full year visiting two dozen villages to document the people and places of rural Alaska.

Tara Young
With "I am Inuit," a follow-up to his "I am Alaskan" series, photographer Brian Adams will spend a year visiting some 20 Alaska villages to deliver a portrait of the people and places of rural Alaska. Tara Young

Visitors to the Anchorage Museum on Friday morning did double-takes as a robotic tour guide greeted them, rolled through the galleries like R2-D2, looked over the exhibits, made conversation and sometimes asked for help.

Mike Dunham
A robotic "virtual tour guide" made its first trip through the Anchorage Museum Friday, drawing stares from grown-ups and greetings from kids.Mike Dunham
Additional seating has been put on the stage to handle demand for tickets to the Alaska Airlines Winter Classics chamber music series. Mike Dunham
Alaska Dance Theatre's "Winter's Dance" program will combine contemporary dance and the uniquely Alaskan pop vocals of Pamyua.Mike Dunham
After 20 years, the Cypress String Quartet has announced it will disband this summer. Alaska audiences will be among the last to hear them live.Mike Dunham
UAA expects more than 100 people for its first "Family Paint Night" event on Friday, Feb. 5, and invites the public to join in.Mike Dunham
The foundation began in 2002 with the goal of creating “a new model for the sale and stature of Alaska Native art” and increasing economic opportunities for artists.Mike Dunham
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