Category: The Morning Interview

‘Opening the Box’ kits allow students to explore space between art, science, and culture

SeaAlaska Heritage is providing Blatchley students with a "maker kit" in January. The kits, which are going out to over 1,300 students in six Southeast communities, emphasize traditional learning and hands-on experience in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math). The first kit will have the kids sewing face masks. There will be new kits for students for the next three months. Read More

From arias to R&B, Watson offers homebound audiences a ‘smorgasbord of vocal delight’ in free livestream concert

Shelly Watson will perform in an online live, free concert 6 p.m. Thursday, January 14, sponsored by the Sitka Music Festival. A graduate of the Julliard School, Watson is a master of an extraordinary range of vocal styles, from opera to jazz and beyond. Sitka Music Festival artistic director Zuill Bailey will introduce Watson, who will perform from her "home stage." No ticket purchase or registration is needed. Read More