Join KUAC’s Lori Neufeld as she welcomes Boston-based The Deadly Gentlemen, to the studio. The critically acclaimed acoustic group is touring Alaska and making their second appearance on Alaska Live. Catch some of their new songs before tonight’s performance at the Empress Theatre. Tune in today at 2 pm on KUAC FM, KUAC online, KUAC HD, and KUAC TV 9.5.
Alaska Live is made possible by a generous grant from Design Alaska.
This marathon is for the crafting community! What’s your craft of choice? Get inspiration from the many artists and mediums with which they choose to express themselves. From woodworking to quilting, from painting to glass blowing, you will get a history lesson of craft in America. Tune in Saturday & Sunday from 8 to 2 on KUAC Create TV Channel 9.3 or GCI Cable Channel 94.
Stay on top of your technique and the trends with this knitting-crocheting series in its fourth season. Tune in for tips of the trade as well as interviews with notable crafts people, authors, bloggers and designers as well as reports from knitting conventions and industry trade shows. Saturday afternoons at 2:30 on KUAC TV Channel 9.1 or GCI Cable Channel 9.
A high contrast night at the Loveless Barn as raw and raspy folk stomper Lanhorne Slim sets up a smoother set of rocking blue-eyed soul by American Idol finalist Paul McDonald and his wife actress Nikki Reed. Also on the show is acoustic guitar alchemy from Bill Mize and gospel rock from Annabelle’s Curse. Turn up the volume Saturday evening at 6, on KUAC TV Channel 9.1 or GCI Cable Channel 9.
Catch up on last season of Downton Abbey before Season Four begins in January! The Great War is over and the long-awaited engagement of Lady Mary and Matthew is on, but all is not tranquil at Downton Abbey as wrenching social changes, romantic intrigues, and personal crises grip the majestic English country estate. Sunday nights in December on KUAC TV Channel 9.1 or GCI Cable Channel 9.
Each year, KUAC puts out a Call for Art for our annual poster offered as a thank you gift during our television fund raisers. Celebrating over 40 years of public broadcasting in Alaska, KUAC is proud to recognize and support talented artists in Alaska.
Like KUAC’s 2013 poster artist Tom Payer, whose winning entry “Ford Dump Truck” was very popular, many of Alaska’s renowned artists have had their work selected, including: Barry McWayne, Karen Franzen, Todd Sherman, Alvin Amason, Claire Fejes, Randall Compton, Byron Birdsall, David Mollett, Barbara LaVallee, Jon Van Zyle, Sue Steinacher – and many more.