The Morning Interview
Roger Schmidt, director of Sitka Fine Arts Camp (SFAC) and faculty member Dan Lendzian preview upcoming performances by middle school campers who have been at the camp since June 12th. Downloadable audio.
Jeff Budd, of the Greater Sitka Arts Council, and Ranger Ryan Carpenter will be in the studio to talk about statewide celebrations of Alaska's sesquicentennial. October 18, 2017 marks the 150th anniversary of Alaska becoming a United States territory. Downloadable audio.
UAS Sitka assistant Art professor Liz Zacher and adjunct instructor Mark Sixbey discuss two NW Coast Art classes this summer. Downloadable audio.
Lauren Bell, research biologist at the Sitka Sound Science Center, is joined by former aquarium director Taylor White, who is a PhD student at University of California Santa Cruz. Downloadable audio
Stevenson is one of the five original musicians from the first festival in 1972, and she came to Sitka almost every year for the first 40 years. Downloadable audio
KCAW has a new summer intern and we met with her during The Morning Interview. Katherine Rose is pursuing a master's degree at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, with a focus on radio journalism. Downloadable audio.
Glenda Cunard is an organist and music director for Grace Lutheran Church in Ormond Beach, Florida. She performs free recitals, 12 p.m. daily at Sitka Lutheran Church through June 20. Downloadable audio
Berett Wilber of Sitka and Reid Magdanz of Kotzebue recently crossed Admiralty Island on foot, with a canoe! KCAW's Emily Kwong speaks with them about their journey. Downloadable audio
The Sitka Fine Arts Camp has begun their summer programming! Executive Director Rodger Schmidt joined us in the studio to talk about this summer's shows and special programs. Downloadable audio
Ken and Amy joined us in the studio to talk about Only Fools Run at Midnight, the Beatles and Barbecue Solstice Cruise, and the 4th of July Root Beer Floats. Downloadable audio.