OPN is an open mic for filmmakers. Unedited, uncensored, and unscreened, the films of OPN are a snapshot of what's happening in the Alaska indie film community. Tickets are $5 and will be available for purchase starting Jan. 26 at the Beartooth Theatrepub and on their website.
If you've seen roller derby in Alaska then you know you need to be there. If you haven't seen roller derby yet, then now is your chance to see how crazy fun it is. Roller derby is a fast, hard, contact sport that requires offense and defense simultaneously.
A fun event for the whole family. Join us for this first annual, frozen lake run/walk (jogging strollers and sleds are welcome). Warming tents will be available at the end with hot drinks and snacks. Kids receive a finisher medal, adults receive a family-friendly recipe book inspired by local chefs. All funds raised benefit Sand Lake Elementary School to help fund library books, field trips, the science fair, the spelling bee and more.
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.
In his book, "In the Shadow of Boone and Crockett: Race, Culture, and the Politics of Representation in the Upland South," Ian Hartman explores American race theories concerning people of the upland South.
A wacky comedy which features a down-on-his-luck lounge musician who finds himself playing in an Anchorage night club, where he is soon joined by a gorgeous mother/daughter team of professional assassins, who are there to perform their next “hit.” These dangerous women have only a sketchy idea of what their next victim looks like, so it could be anybody -- the bartender (Devin Frey), the down and out lounge player, or some hapless victim in the audience...
Learn how the airplane has changed the world. Filmed in 18 countries across all seven continents, “Living in the Age of Airplanes” renews an appreciation for one of the most extraordinary and awe-inspiring aspects of the modern world.
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.