Today on Our Community, the Morning Line crew highlighted events at the Anchorage Museum and the Gathering Place at the Alaska State Fair.
Erin Marberger, Curator of Science and Innovation spoke about some fun experiences families can participate in at the Anchorage Museum, as well as a Science Passport as a fun way to track what you've seen there.
Meanwhile, in Palmer, perfomers like AKU-MATU are proving that, while her performance can be high art at a place like the Anchorage Museum, it can also work in a less formal setting like the Alaska State Fair.
Gathering Place organizer and stage director Amy Sparck says the importance of venues like the Fair is that it showcases the fact that Alaska Native cultures are growing, changing and evolving,
Sept 1, 1pm & 5pm AKU MATU, Inupiaq rapper and multimedia artist
Sept 2, 1pm and 4:30pm Lepquinm Gumilgit Gagoadim Dancers sharing Tsimshian Dance and Stories
Sept 1 & 2, 7pm, Pamyua Alaska's Own Inuit Soul Music Experience
Sept 4, Noon, Eskimo Ninja Warrior Nick Hansen & Miss Alaska Alyssa London
Sept 4, 2pm, Marjorie Tahbone, world record fish-splitter, tattoo artist and culture bearer/speaker