On February 11th, Guilty Pleasures is teaming up with Anchorage Concert Association, in honor of their presentation of "Potted Potter," and screening "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" starring Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Alan Rickman.
Drawing on the special relationship that the Native people of southeastern Alaska have always had with nature, Blonde Indian is a story about returning. Told in eloquent layers that blend Native stories and metaphor with social and spiritual journeys, this enchanting memoir traces the author’s life from her difficult childhood growing up in the Tlingit community, through her adulthood, during which she lived for some time in Seattle and San Francisco, and eventually to her return home.
The Municipality of Anchorage Project Management and Engineering Department and its consultant team, Lounsbury & Associates, have completed the Design Study Report (DSR) for the Spenard Road Reconstruction Project, Phase II, Hillcrest Drive to Benson Boulevard.
Adaptation and resistance, exaggeration and lies, dreams and memories are recurring themes in Nicholas Galanin’s work. He draws upon a wide range of Indigenous technologies and global materials when exploring ideas through his art.
Andrew Mitton, a local attorney with Vellum LLC with over 16 years of experience, will cover the following items in this workshop: the negotiation process, the transaction documents, owner-financing, and business valuation methods.
The predominant stereotype of the Arctic is that it is a place untouched. “Portraits of Place” breaks open the idea of a pristine landscape and replaces it with a North that is both inhabited and complex.
For more than a decade, the Rasmuson Foundation has been giving annual grants to Alaska’s museums to acquire contemporary art. This unique program has allowed museums throughout the state, to purposefully build their collections.