Lecture by Adriane Colburn, Performance by Steven Alvarez

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Performance by Steven Alvarez, CONNECTIONS, 6:30 p.m., and Lecture by Adriane Colburn of San Francisco on her artwork inspired by mapping the Arctic Ocean, 7pm.

Anchorage Museum auditorium.  $5 general admission.

Steven Alvarez comes to Anchorage from the San Francisco Bay Area where he was active as both a performer and educator. Raised in a multi-ethnic military family, Steven had the opportunity to grow up in and around many diverse cultures including Hispanic, Native American, Hawaiian, Japanese, and all three coasts of the continental U.S. He graduated from San Jose State University with Bachelor of Arts degrees in Music (Voice and Percussion) and History and a minor in Philosophy.

An artist with hands in many mediums, he works professionally as a percussionist, vocalist, stage actor, film and stage producer and music educator. He is currently producing a film on the Alaskan Native and Inuit games and regularly performs an innovative theater piece that couples live storytelling and singing with film which recently debuted at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington D.C. He is a percussionist for the Anchorage Symphony and the Anchorage Opera, directs theatre productions, performs in musicals , and serves as the Director of Cultural Education & Strategic Initiatives for the Alaska Native Heritage Center.


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