Arts

The horror spoof "Moose," made in Wasilla, may not be the greatest Alaska movie of all time, but it's probably the funniest.Mike Dunham
"Tundra" cartoonist Chad Carpenter's wacky film about a killer moose terrifying a quirky Alaska town will open at Valley Cinema in Wasilla on Friday, April 24.Mike Dunham
Tickets go on sale May 1 for Garrison Keillor, Pat Benatar, Portugal. The Man and other acts added to the lineup for the Alaska State Fair.Mike Dunham
Bethel’s Cama-i Dance Festival -- three days of drumming and singing, fry-bread eating and ice-cream-cone licking, learning, teaching and storytelling through dance -- wrapped up Sunday.Lisa Demer

The cultural explosion that is Bethel’s Cama-i Dance Festival is drawing thousands this weekend for dance and song, Native foods and family, dramatic regalia and live performances by a Yup’ik YouTube sensation.

Tara Young
Southeast Alaska Tlingit artist Rico Worl opens doors for himself and fellow Native artists with his striking work on skateboards, skis and snowboards that's attracting notice nationwide. Steve Quinn
With hundreds of dancers, drummers and singers, 400 volunteers and thousands of spectators, Bethel’s Cama-i Dance Festival brings a whirl of color and a steady beat of drums.Lisa Demer
A play now on tour in Western Alaska, “The Winter Bear” uses humor and a depiction of both the good and bad of village Alaska to reach into the lives of those who see it. It's an effort intended to combat suicide through theater.Lisa Demer
Not only did Anchorage see a solid production of Mozart’s last opera April 10-12, but Smith was also able to announce an ambitious upcoming season.Mike Dunham
The Anchorage Festival of Music’s spring soiree will feature some remarkable music for string quartet, some of which -- maybe all of which -- is getting its first performance in Alaska.Mike Dunham