All educators and community members are invited to attend the action-packed, hands-on, workshop all about wildland fire. Sponsored by Alaska Division of Forestry. For more information or to sign up, please visit www.anroe.wordpress.com and click on professional development workshops.
Families join us for a fun early literacy program where we will play, read, sing, write, and talk. Including interactive storytelling, music, and a literacy activity. Ages 5 & under with their families.
An uncompromising playlist of the very best in outdoor adventure, adrenaline-fueled films. The 3 hour show features short films from around the world played at the most recent Mountainfilm Festival in Telluride, Colorado.
ATY's Drama Center Program offers young performers a variety of workshops that last from one weekend intensives to four Saturdays in duration. Skill building workshops have been offered in: acting, auditions, Broadway voice, comedy, dance, theatre games, improvisation, stage combat, make-up, movement and and more.
Family Tree Presents is proud to bring Night Verses to Anchorage for an all ages show with local support: The Harlequin State, Turquoise Boy and Thunderfish. Tickets are available online here: www.flavorus.com/nightversesallages. Also visit www.nightverses.com/
Like Alaskans who suffer through long winters, American experimental filmmakers often work in darkness and isolation. Join us in Homer for the second of three off-site film screenings associated with the Cabin Fever exhibition. This edition will include Cabin Fever-themed poetry readings, performances and a DJ.
Enjoy programming for grownups at the museum after hours. Parts of the museum are open late on designated Fridays. Admission is half the usual price. Exerience BeerCraft and help museum staff build the museum in Minecraft while enjoying delicious craft beers.
Ever see an exhibition and wish you could talk to the artist about it? Here’s your chance. Painter Ashley Lohr offers behind-the-scenes information about her work. Former Anchorage resident Amy Mackie, who curated the "It Could Go Either Way," Marian Ghani and Erin Ellen Kelly video installation. She also discusses her work and answers your questions. Included with admission or with membership.
Linda Infante-Lyons guides participants in working with oils to create their own Alaska landscape. Inspired by the "Art of the North: Landscapes" gallery, students discuss process, composition, color and light. Enroll online.
Treat your toddler to dancing, singing, creating and learning through caregiver-led activities. Each week brings new themes and happenings, and new ways to explore the museum. Included with admission and with membership.