Visiting Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, Concert hall in Anchorage, Alaska, United States
The Alaska Center for the Performing Arts is a performance venue in downtown Anchorage, Alaska. Opened in 1988, it entertains over 200,000 patrons annually, and consists of three theaters: For more detail, visit this link:
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Anchorage Museum is a locate in downtown Anchorage in the U.S. state of Alaska.
The Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center is a museum located in downtown Anchorage in the U.S. state of Alaska. Beginning as a public-private partnershipto celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Alaska purchase, it opened in 1968 with an exhibition of 60 borrowed Alaska paintings and a collection of 2,500 historic and ethnographic objects loaned from the local historical society, and the museum has been enlarged several times since. Its official name is now Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center. The museum completed a $106-million addition and renovation project in May 2010.
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Live Theater;Grease the Musical in Anchorage Alaska
My sister and I went into town today to watch Grease the musical at the Alaska center for the preforming arts. It was so great. A must see!
Ghost Alaska - America (Official Video)
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Alaska Native Heritage Center - Anchorage, Alaska, United States
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Alaska Native Heritage Center Anchorage
Alaskan native culture is presented through storytelling, dancing, craft-making and simulated, life-sized villages representing each of the five main indigenous groups.
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Legends & Lies Skagway Inn Skagway Alaska
Welcome to the Saloon Room at the Skagway Inn, a gold rush era bordello located on Paradise Alley in the Historic Red Light District, where , in 1898 , JD Stewart was robbed of his gold poke worth $77,000 dollars in today's dollar, by the bartender and con-men of a 6th Avenue saloon.The Skagway Inn Gold Rush Saloon- an artful blend of theatre and learning through drama,song,food, and drink of the Gold Rush.
Camp Fire teaches kids in rural Alaska about healthy life choices
Camp Fire Alaska's Rural Program has been providing a day camp-like experience for kids in rural Alaska for over forty years. The focus is on decreasing high-risk behaviors and increasing healthy lifestyle choices.
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Alaska Premiere at the Anchorage Film Festival
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This weekend I got to do something I have never done up here in Alaska before. I was able to check out the Anchorage Film Festival...but not just that...I was able to hang out with a filmmaker, Ida Theresa Myklebost from Norway, as she had her film premiered for the first time in Alaska.
After - I took them on a quick little tour of Anchorage which included a super windy and snowy walk around Flattop!
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If you're in Anchorage - make sure and go see UNWELCOME at the Alaska Experience Theater - Dec. 10th @ 12:30pm. Very powerful and moving documentary that Ida has worked very hard on getting the word out.
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Our Top Alaska Cruises to Take in 2020
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With more ships sailing the region than ever before, 2020 is a great year to cruise to Alaska. If you are considering a trip to this 49th state, you will want to take a look at our picks for the Top Alaska Cruises in 2020.
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With ships from all major brands, there is a cruise ship with the features and amenities that is right for you.
Norwegian Cruise Line has two of its largest ships sailing the region again this year. Norwegian Bliss and Norwegian Joy offer many innovative attractions that are fun for the whole family including a racetrack, laser tag, and an interactive virtual reality pavilion. Not to mention, there are many great dining options, Broadway hits in the main theater, and the Observation Lounge with floor to ceiling views of the amazing landscapes.
Royal Caribbean also has some great options for cruises to Alaska in 2020. Ovation of the Seas is the largest cruise ship sailing in the region and is specifically built for cold water cruising. This ship has some innovative features of its own including the SeaPlex with bumper cars and roller skating, as well as the North Star aerial gondola and a sky diving simulator. Additionally, Radiance of the Seas is always a cruiser favorite in Alaska as the ship offers some of the greatest views of Alaska from the nine-story central atrium and outward facing elevators.
Celebrity Cruises will also host a number of ships in Alaska in 2020 including Celebrity Solstice and Celebrity Eclipse. Offering Solstice-class favorites like the Lawn Club, Hot Glass Class, and the Crush martini bar, there will be plenty to keep you entertained when you are not ashore exploring all that Alaska has to offer. Celebrity Millennium will also be cruising to Alaska in 2020. This ship has recently undergone an extensive revitalization with updates to the staterooms, dining, and more.
It is tough to pick the best Alaskan cruise for 2020 among the 8 Princess Cruises’ ships sailing in the region this year. Given that we are partial to mega-ships, Royal Princess makes our list. This ship offers signature Princess amenities and some amazing views from the SeaWalk, a 60-foot glass walkway extending 28 feet off the side of the ship. Star Princess also makes our list this year as it offers unique 10-day round-trip voyages from San Francisco.
If you are looking for an all-inclusive feel and simple elegance during your cruise to Alaska in 2020, look no further than Viking Orion. This ship will sail from Vancouver to Seward and visit Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway, Sitka, Icy Strait Point, and Valdez. The best part is this trip includes seven guided tours among other amenities like complimentary WiFi, specialty dining, beer and wine at meals, bottled water, and more. These destination-focused itineraries compliment the unparalleled service and inclusive nature of the cruise line.
Finally, one of Holland America’s newest ships is also making its way to Alaska in 2020. The MS Koningsdam will be sailing 7-day round-trip cruises from Vancouver. When you need a break from sightseeing, Koningsdam offers plenty of top-notch amenities, entertainment, and dining as well, like performances on the World Stage, America’s Test Kitchen live cooking shows, and BBC Earth Experiences to bring you closer to nature.
No matter which ship you choose, your cruise to Alaska in 2020 will certainly be filled with majestic landscapes, magnificent wildlife sightings, and memories to last a lifetime.
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Video Dominion - Historic Anchorage Hotel Building, Downtown Anchorage Alaska
The Anchorage Hotel is a hotel located at 330 E Street in Anchorage, Alaska. The original Anchorage Hotel building was built in 1916; the current hotel building, which was constructed as an annex to the hotel, opened in 1936. C.B. Wark built the first hotel building; while the building was originally a wood frame structure, Frank Reed upgraded the building to a luxury hotel in 1917. The hotel outgrew its original building due to Anchorage's growth in the 1930s, so the Anchorage Hotel Annex was built in 1936 to house additional guests. The annex, designed by E. Ellsworth Sedille, had a Gothic design and was one of the tallest buildings in Anchorage at the time. Guests at the hotel included Warren Harding, Harold L. Ickes, Walt Disney, Wiley Post, and Will Rogers; the latter two stayed at the hotel only two days prior to their deaths in a plane crash. In addition, artist Sidney Laurence lived in the hotel for parts of the 1920s and 1930s; Laurence once exchanged a painting of Mount McKinley for a year's rent at the hotel.
In the 1950s, the hotel declined in status, and the buildings suffered from a lack of maintenance. The original hotel building was demolished in the 1960s, while the annex became the Hotel Ronald Lee; after a number of ownership changes, Bob and Carolyn Neumann rehabilitated the hotel in the late 1980s. After its renovation, the hotel regained its original name; it now operates as the Historic Anchorage Hotel.
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Visiting Carlson Center, Arena in Fairbanks, Alaska, United States
The Carlson Center is a 4,595-seat multi-purpose arena in Fairbanks, Alaska, United States. It is the 3rd largest arena in Alaska for seating capacity after the Sullivan Arena and Alaska Airlines Center, both of which are in Anchorage. It is home to the University of Alaska Fairbanks Nanooks ice hockey team of the WCHA and also serves as the site for the university's commencement exercises as well as graduation ceremonies for Lathrop, West Valley, and North Pole High Schools. For more detail, visit this link:
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I want to know Alaska well visited museum. It was the last thousands of years, Alaska is the land of the indigenous people. Known cases are sold Alaska to the United States 270 years ago, just after Russia dominated the Alaska Alaska becomes difficult to finance because of the Crimean War in the Western world for our money, about 82 billion won. At the time the Prime Minister, who led the Alaska Purchase sueodeu bought a huge ice bucket was useless he must receive the criticism from the public. But only after 30 years, a huge tub of ice turned into sueodeu that lays the golden land. Doeja finally found this place through genetic Alaska was truly a treasure of the United States.
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Alaska Native Heritage Center, Anchorage, AK (12/9/2018)
Let me know what you think about the images. This place was really nice. I went on a Sunday when the center wasn't officially open. There was a church service there on the same day . The members were affected by the recent earthquake and they had to relocate to the heritage center.
The Salisbury Theatre at UAF
Excerpt from Alaska Is Our Campus, a 1971 film about the University of Alaska Fairbanks. This clip shows a theater class being held in the recently-constructed Lee H. Salisbury Theatre, which was built in 1969 and originally dedicated as the Fine Arts Theatre. This clip includes two glimpses of Lee Salisbury. He began teaching at the university in 1955. For many years, Salisbury was the sole faculty member of the university’s speech and drama program. He played a pivotal role in securing support for building the theatre on campus. Salisbury directed nearly 100 plays over more than 30 years at UAF, the longest continuous tradition of theater production in Alaska. When he retired from teaching in 1988, he became a Professor of Speech Emeritus, and in 1992, students petitioned the board of regents to rename the theatre in his honor. Although the regents approved the name change, it is university policy that no facility be named for a living person until they have been retired for five years. On June 4, 1993, the theatre was rededicated with his name. Salisbury passed away in March 2015, in Washington state. (Color/Sound/16mm film).
This sequence contains excerpts from AAF-390 from the University of Alaska collection held by the Alaska Film Archives, a unit of the Alaska and Polar Regions Collections & Archives Department in the Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks. For more information please contact the Alaska Film Archives.
Bears are Soft and Cuddly! - Alaska Cruise Day 2
Got some bear head in Juneau, Alaska.
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Road Trip to Alaska Pioneer Park-Fairbanks Alaska
Travel with the publisher of Travel Guide to Alaska this summer. Scott Graber will guide you through every step of this exciting road trip to: Alaska,Yukon,British Columbia,Alberta, and back to the Northwest USA this Fall. Scott plans to travel over 15,000 miles by road, air and the Alaska Marine Highway.
Summer activities in Alaska - Tordrillo Mountain Lodge
Professional skier Amie Engerbretson spends a week at Tordrillo Mountain Lodge in Alaska Heli-skiing, Fishing, paddle boarding and enjoying all that this wonderful lodge has to offer.
Tordrillo Mountain Lodge is the premiere and longest operating heli ski lodge in Alaska. Known for their warm hospitality and alpine adventures, and there is never a dull moment while staying here.
Join Amie in this one of a kind experience and get an up-close look at skiing and life in Alaska. Tordrillo Mountain Lodge promises an epic Alaskan outdoor experience.
welcome to a day in the life at Tordrillo Mountain Lodge:
Here's a snippet: It's 1030pm and i just got done having dinner. Fresh salmon was served and cooked to perfection. The light is gorgeous so I headed out for a SUP session out on the water. It is calm and serene and ever so relaxing. With sunshine all day, the possibilities are endless and everything is absolutely magical.
Study Film at the University of Alaska Fairbanks
Film is a B.A. degree which included the standard liberal arts core. We are the only film degree program in the state of Alaska, and we are a fully integrated interdisciplinary program that has built off of the expertise of faculty in Art for Animation; English for Screenwriting and Film Criticism; History for Film History; Journalism for Documentary; Languages for Regional Film Studies (French, Russian, European Cinema, and Arctic Cinema); and Theatre for Acting and many technical courses. In addition we teach classes in film pre-production, production, post-production, and theory. Many of our students work on film sets with professional production companies while they are enrolled in our classes. We have been co-producers or producers of a variety of feature films, including:
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We also produce documentaries, and many of our students work on reality television shows (like Ice Road Truckers, Golddigger, etc.) and have their own projects and short films which they produce. We have a film in production right now for PBS television release, and another short narrative film at the Anchorage Film Festival.
In general, our program encourages hands-on experiential learning, paired with film theory, criticism, and production and real world experience.
New Sagaya City Market - Lobsters/Clams/Oysters - Anchorage Alaska
A look at the lobsters, clams and oysters for sale at the Downtown New Sagaya City Market in Anchorage Alaska. Recorded on December 16th 2017.
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