Arts

Juneau-based Alaska Robotics and musicians Molly Lewis, Marian Call, and Seth Boyer teamed up to create a parody of David Bowie's 1969 song "Space Oddity" with a twist. David Bowie's website picked up the parody days later, and the video is steadily racking up views. Laurel Andrews
Up-and-coming violin and cello sister team "duo parnas" will perform in Anchorage and Sitka. ACT gets a new executive director and an East High teen will have her art displayed at the U.S. Capitol. Mike Dunham
David Ives’ Tony-nominated comedy “Venus in Fur” is described as “a study of sex and power” and promises to be a show you’ll be talking about long after you’ve left the theater. Mike Dunham

Bluegrass fans spent three days at the Trapper Creek Bluegrass Festival enjoying the music, dancing, camping and hanging out with fellow fans in Trapper Creek, Alaska, starting on Friday, May 22, 2015. 

Bob Hallinen

The intention of Seeking the Source is to collect a history of the trail and the neighborhoods that surround it. Eight artists have converged to contribute in their own ways to mapping the trail.

Tara Young
A Bolshoi performer joins Alaska Dance Theatre staff, Stabenow and Dubus head for local writers conferences and winners of ACC's scholarship contest perform.Mike Dunham
The fossil of a bizarre shark with a "buzz saw" bite, found in the Brooks Range and lost for 29 years in the Smithsonian archives, is back in Alaska for an exhibit in Seward, thanks in part to the intervention of artist Ray Troll. Mike Dunham
Alaska’s summer festival and fair season -- and all its audio, visual and edible offerings -- may just be enough to make outdoor enthusiasts forget that their snowshoes sat in the closet for most of the year.Chris Bieri
UA professor emeritus of art Garry Kaulitz receives the $40,000 Distinguished Artist award from the Rasmuson Foundation, with other awards going to 35 other Alaskans.Mike Dunham