Alaska Spirit Coaches Association is hosting an annual Cheer & Dance Competition for ages 4 through adult to promote the future and education of Alaska's spirit leaders. Most scholarship funding comes from tickets and donations.
UAA is proud to present the 29th Annual No Big Heads self portrait exhibition. This year's juror, Jesse Shaw, is a printmaker from Tennessee who is known for his satirically narrative and politically charged work.
The Poet appears in an empty theatre to tell a story about sacrifice, war and the rage of mankind. Homer’s classic comes roaring to life in a contemporary new telling and becomes breathtakingly relevant.
In the spirit of karma, inclusiveness, and simplicity, Open Space Alaska staff have decided to put all of their drop-in classes on donation. In this way, everyone has access to wellness and quality classes with some of the best teachers in town.
"Conversing in Nicaragua" are drawings of a visit by Anchorage students and teachers to a mountain village, Jinotega, as English teachers in a children's camp. Proceeds of art sales to benefit Outreach 360.
"Conversing in Nicaragua" displays drawings of a visit by Anchorage students and teachers to a mountain village, Jinotega, as English teachers in a children's camp. Proceeds of art sales to benefit Outreach 360.
Deep in the ice at the heart of Antarctica, IceCube, the biggest and strangest detector in the world waits for mysterious messengers from the cosmos. Scientists are using tiny and elusive particles called neutrinos to explore the most extreme places in the universe.
As Halloween approaches we look up at the night sky and seek out the thrilling, chilling monsters in the stars. From hydras to giant scorpions, we will inspect these beastly creatures and explore their mythology.