Posted February 13, 2012 12:10 am - Updated February 13, 2012 08:42 am
Photos: Wearable Art 2012
Corrie Nash models her piece, "Grunden's Geisha," made of raingear and fishing gear, during Sunday's Wearable Art Extravaganza. Nash's piece was inspired by the show's theme, "Fusion," and combined her Asian heritage with her experiences growing up with commercial fishing.
Guitarist Dan Hopson displays his Mayor's Award for the Arts, presented by Mayor Bruce Botelho, background, during Sunday's Wearable Art Extravaganza at Centennial Hall.
Kathy Kartchner models her piece, "Lady Blue," made with blue mussels collected from Southeast Alaskan beaches. Each shell was cleaned, dipped and drilled prior to being attached to the dress.
Kendra Lein models Teresa Busch's piece, "Painfully Beautiful," during Sunday's Wearable Art Extravaganza at Centennial Hall. The piece was made of pantyhose and other embellishments, and it was inspired by the lengths to which women go to make themselves feel beautiful.
Photos from Wearable Art 2012. The theme of this year’s show is fusion.
On Jan. 20, 1987, lawmakers and Alaskans prepared to hear Gov. Steve Cowper’s State of the State address. With Alaska’s budget deficit running higher than ever, legislators were hoping to hear a comprehensive budget plan for the next two years.
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