Arts@360 is a new public television and radio series that focuses on arts, music and culture. The series is produced and broadcast statewide by 360 North, and locally by the KTOO radio stations. Individual programs are recoded live @360 in Juneau, Alaska. Contact us at email@example.com.
Writers’ Showcase: Local celebrities and actors read a variety of short fiction and creative non-fiction pieces written by Alaskans. Producers are looking for fresh, diverse prose that is related to a seasonally selected theme. The average reading time for a piece is about 10 minutes.
Alaska Originals: Alaska Originals is an Arts@360 concert series. Alaskan musicians play original compositions in front of a live studio audience with conversation.
The Artist: A series where we focus on the work of the individual artist. We’ll explore the artist’s history, influences, inspiration, and process along with demonstrations, examples of work, and more.
Like the collective experience of watching a play, or a movie at the theater, part of what makes Arts@360 special is our live audience. Some shows will be ticketed, others free or “pay as you can.” All programs will be recorded for broadcast on 360 North Statewide TV and/or the KTOO radio stations, and may be webstreamed. @360 can seat approximately 80 people.
This episode of 360 North’s Writers’ Showcase features several holiday-themed essays, including Geoff Kirsch, Patricia Hull, Rebecca Braun, Carol Prentice, Miki and Julie Collins, Alicia Hughes-Skandijs, and special guest Seth Kantner, the award winning author of “Ordinary Wolves.” Read the actor and author bios here.
This concert features Soldotna’s Amy Lou and Juneau’s Josh Lockhart. Amy Lou kicks off the hour with songs inspired by teaching, collaborative art and courtship. Featuring guitar, bass (Jeff Boman), drums (Dave Hurley) and cello (Meghan Johnson), Josh Lockhart’s quartet entertains us with songs about love, commitment and solace in Central Park.
This episode features two concerts: Nome’s Sarah Hanson and Juneau’s Tony Tengs. Singer songwriters Sarah Hanson and Tony Tengs bring us their unique perspectives on things Alaskan and otherwise. Nome resident Sarah Hanson sings to bears, her lover, and about a nasty storm that shakes her home. Juneau’s Tony Tengs postulates on peace, skunk cabbage, and cooks us a pot of stone soup.
Arts@360 is funded by:
Fjord Flying Service