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‘Assimilation’ playwright flips the script on Native history
KTOO - In a dystopian future, Western civilization has crumbled and indigenous people are in control. That’s the premise of Jack Dalton’s play “Assimilation,” now touring Alaska. It flips the history of boarding schools with whites violently assimilated into Native culture. "Assimilation" will play at the Egan Library on the UAS Auke Lake campus this Friday as part of the Evening at Egan Lecture series. ...More
A Day in the Life of: Chas' Koowu Tla'a Teri Rofkar
Capital City Weekly - For renowned Sitka Ravenstail and spruce root basket weaver Teri Rofkar, the past, present and future are interwoven. Rofkar teaches weaving at the University of Alaska Southeast-Sitka. A current project, her "Tlingit Superman" series, is a prime example of that. She's woven what she believes to be the first all mountain goat wool robe - and definitely the first all mountain goat Ravenstail robe - in more than 200 years, complete with double helix designs for DNA, to indicate Baranof Island's unique mountain goat population. She's also making a robe that lights up like the aurora. And she's making a bulletproof robe, out of Kevlar. ...More
"Read Local: An Alaska Book Week Celebration" to be held Oct. 10
Juneau Empire - In celebration of Alaska Book Week, observed Oct. 3-10, an author event has been scheduled in Juneau on Saturday, Oct. 10, at 7 p.m. at Coppa, 917 Glacier Ave. The event will be hosted by the University of Alaska Southeast’s One Campus One Book program in collaboration with 49 Writers, the Alaska Center for the Book, the Alaska State Library, the Anchorage Public Library, and the Alaska Quarterly Review. Coffee, ice-cream and pastries available for purchase. ...More