We’re excited to report that The Winter Bear Project’s 2014 Yukon-Koyukuk Documentary will air on KUAC 9.1 TV at the following times:
- Tuesday, 4/12, at 8pm
(repeats in overnight Wednesday, 4/13, at 2am)
- Tuesday, 4/26, at 10:30pm
(repeats in overnight Wednesday, 4/27, at 4:30am)
The 30-minute documentary covers our September 2014 tour to the communities of Ruby, Nulato, and Kaltag. Thank you to KUAC for the great partnership!
The Yukon in Autumn. Kaltag, 2014.
Mr. Huntington with just a few of his grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
At Sidney Huntington’s 100th Birthday party in Galena earlier this month, the guest of honor showed incredible stamina taking pictures with numerous guests and taking in almost two hours of speeches and tributes from family, friends, colleagues, and even the Obamas. Continue reading
Lisa Demer of Alaska Dispatch News sat down to interview several Winter Bear artists during our stay in Bethel.
“For a play that is intended to combat suicide, “The Winter Bear” is surprisingly funny. Its humor and depiction of the good and bad, the old and the new of village Alaska — fish soup and sno-gos, bingo and Facebook, alcohol and despair — help it reach beyond performances into the lives of those who see it.”
***Read the whole article here.***
THE WINTER BEAR performs at Bethel Cultural Center. Photo by John Wallace. tundraphotos.com