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Fairbanks Arts Literary Reading: UAF Graduate Student Reading

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4/8/2017 - Starts: 6:00 PM
Bear Gallery (3rd Floor, Alaska Centennial Center for the Arts), Pioneer Park, 2300 Airport Way, Fairbanks, AK 99701
Fairbanks Arts teams up with the University of Alaska Fairbanks English Graduate Organization to host a reading featuring the work of Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing students completing their third, and final, year of the program. The students will share work from their theses, the manuscripts that are the culminating projects of the program. Featured writers are Micah Allen, who concentrates in fiction, Megan Mericle and Whittier Strong, who concentrate in nonfiction, and August Johnson and Kori Hensell, who concentrate in poetry. Come enjoy these new Alaska voices sharing their work!
Alyssa Enriquez, Visual Arts Coordinator, 907-456-6485 ext. 226

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Alaska Native Studies Conference Keynote: The Right to Be Cold

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4/8/2017 - Starts: 9:00 AM - Ends: 12:00 PM
UAF Schaible Auditorium
Nobel Peace Prize nominee Dr. Sheila Watt-Cloultier will discuss her advocacy work showing the impact of global climate change on human rights, especially in the Arctic in relation to Indigenous peoples. The keynote is scheduled during the Alaska Native Studies Conference’s opening plenary session from 9 a.m.-noon on Saturday, April 8, 2017 at the Schaible Auditorium located in the Bunnell Building on UAF campus. The presentation is followed by an Alaska Native expert response from Wilson Justin and Theresa Arevgaq John. A book sale and signing of Watt-Cloultier book, “The Right to Be Cold,” immediately follows the keynote. This event is free and open to the public. For more information or to register, visit www.alaskanativestudies.org or Facebook.com/Alaska-Native-Studies-Conference.
Sean Asiqłuq Topkok, Ph.D.
(907) 474-5537
cstopkok@alaska.edu

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Alaska Native Studies Conference

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4/7/2017 - Starts: 8:00 AM - Ends: 5:00 PM
4/8/2017 - Starts: 8:00 AM - Ends: 5:00 PM
4/9/2017 - Starts: 8:00 AM - Ends: 5:00 PM
University of Alaska Fairbanks
The fifth annual Alaska Native Studies Conference is slated for April 7-9, 2017, at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. This year's theme, “Sustaining Indigenous Livelihoods,” explores the connection Alaska Native people have with their environment, cultural practices, and contributions to academia and research. Conference sessions include roundtable workshops, research paper panels, interactive workshops and traditional presentations. The conference is open to the public. Registration costs $125 and $30 for students. A schedule of events is available at www.alaskanativestudies.org.
Sean Asiqłuq Topkok, Ph.D.
(907) 474-5537
cstopkok@alaska.edu

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NPB - Family Garden Sign-UP Begins in April

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4/1/2017 - 4/30/2017
North Pole Branch LIbrary 656 NPBS Blvd. North Pole AK
Join our Family Garden. Space is limited to 20 families, Sign-up begins in April.
Call 488-6101 for more info

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NPB - Ice Sculpture on Display all through April

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4/1/2017 - 4/30/2017
North Pole Branch LIbrary 656 NPBS Blvd. North Pole AK
Christmas in Ice, Inc., has donated an ice sculpture of Lucy and Mr. Tumnus from the Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis. This piece was carved by Heather Brice, and is located near the front entrance.
Call 488-6101 for more info

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NPB - Artistic Masks on Display all through April

Event Dates and Times

4/1/2017 - 4/30/2017
North Pole Branch LIbrary 656 NPBS Blvd. North Pole AK
North Pole Middle School Students' mask artwork will be on display in the Young Adult Room.

Come take a look!
Call 488-6101 for more info