‘The Giver’ is a classic read

Originally a phenomena when published in 1993, The Giver (the first of a loosely bound trilogy) has continued to enthrall subsequent generations. Written by...

The Bounded Text exhibit to occupy Kimura Gallery, ARC Gallery

The Kimura Gallery and the ARC Gallery's newest exhibit features unique art with a unique theme. Five national and international female artists have worked on...

Two sides to every story

UAA alumnus displays artwork at ARC Gallery outside of Consortium Library

Local Artist Spotlight: Brian Schuch

Originating from a background in wilderness survival, Brian Schuch’s knife making follows traditional practices to produce unique, authentic and practical works of art. In under...

A ‘transition year’ for UAA’s dance program

The dance program through the Department of Theatre and Dance is going through a few changes. Before the fall semester started, it was made known...

UAA’s Multicultural Fair: Celebration for everyone

UAA’s first Multicultural Fair took place in the Student Union on March 21. The event offered a chance for students to experience different nationalities...

Rich Brian’s debut, ‘Amen,’ blesses the charts

Rising artist Rich Brian, the 18-year-old rapper from Indonesia, releases his debut album

Taking classical guitar and percussion to another level

"Mundus Canis: A Guitar and Percussion Concert" will take place Nov. 2 at 7:30 p.m. in the UAA Fine Arts Building. Tickets are $9.99 for students, $14.99 for seniors and military and $19.99 for adults.

Yorgos Lanthimos trades hilarity for horror in ‘The Killing of a...

Foreign Film Fanatic Jacob Holley-Kline says there’s nothing funny about Yorgos Lanthimos’ “The Killing of a Sacred Deer,” but that didn't keep him from laughing at it.

‘New Kid’ sends important message to children disguised as humorous play

“New Kid,” the next performance on the UAA Theatre and Dance schedule, is a production aimed at Anchorage’s younger audience of elementary-aged students. The...

Student sends political message with art collection

There will be a First Friday reception for “We’re All in This Together” from 5 to 7 p.m. March 2 in the Hugh McPeck Gallery, located upstairs at the Student Union.

Kim Petras delivers everything you love about halloween in “Turn off...

Kim Petras is back at it again, delivering an eight track mixtape: “Turn off The Light Vol. 1.” It’s just in time for October’s...

Countdown to Senshi Con

Alaska's largest anime convention is more than just cosplay and comics.

UAA painting professor provokes thought with exhibition in Anchorage Museum

“When I first walked in, the thing that struck me was the level of skill that I saw in the paintings. They are incredibly...

The First Friday of fall preview

Experience new art across downtown Anchorage during this month's First Friday event Oct. 6

Anchorage International Film Festival returns with hundreds of new films

Anchorage International Film Festival is in its 16th year and runs Dec. 1-10

National juried art competition ‘No Big Heads’ to open for 33rd...

“No Big Heads,” the Hugh McPeck gallery’s annual national self-portrait juried exhibition, is returning for its 33rd year on Oct. 18. The exhibition welcomes...

Biennial faculty art exhibition to show off talent in art department

Erudite Antics, the 11th UAA Faculty Biennial Exhibition returns to the Kimura Gallery on Nov. 12. The exhibition occurs every two years in order...

‘Infinite possibility’: ARC Gallery displays nests in various forms

The subject of “nests” can mean many things. It can symbolize a home, a place of growth and even femininity. The ARC Gallery is...

Winterfest 2019 is coming: Competitions, painting, films and more

February and March are packed with plenty of things to do in the Anchorage area: Fur Rendezvous, the Iditarod, remembering what the sun looks...

Ancient Greek comedy, ‘Lysistrata,’ opens this weekend

It’s 411 BCE. The Peloponnesian War is ongoing. A woman named Lysistrata takes it upon herself to help stop the war by persuading other...

‘Roseanne:’ The reboot America needed

20 years later, the Connor family tackles modern issues with inclusive comedy

‘Shin Godzilla’ propels Gojira into the 21st century

Thank the lord for the linear thrill ride of “Shin Godzilla.” In a world where white supremacists are on the march again and our...

Connecting Inupiat culture with today

There is a new art installation at UAA’s Hugh McPeck Gallery that is Inupiat inspired titled “Simple. Modern. Traditional,” which describes what artist Britt’Nee...

November First Friday offers wide range of art, photography events

Museums, boutiques and restaurants are once again hosting works of art and events in Anchorage for the First Friday of November.Events at the Anchorage...

‘Radium Girls’ opening this weekend

The UAA Department of Theatre and Dance's production tells the story of one woman's fight for justice against dangerous corporate practices.

Reindeer sausage food quest

On a quest though downtown Anchorage to find the best reindeer hot dog.

UAA eSports Club’s competitive spirit

“I tuned in for one stream and I was hooked,” president of the eSports Club Christian Mercale said. UAA’s eSports Club was founded in the...

Bivy offers internship, aimed at art students

The small space, owned by Simonetta Mignano, is looking for an intern to fill a role working at Bivy for three to six months, four hours a week.

Looking back on ‘The Clone Returns Home’ and the Foreign Film...

Five years ago, “The Clone Returns Home” was the first movie I reviewed for this column. And as a movie about returns to life,...