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Alaska Native Heritage Center

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Alaska Native Heritage Center

8800 Heritage Center Drive

Anchorage, Alaska,99508

United States

Company Description

The Alaska Native Heritage Center is committed to maintaining the cultural integrity of all facilities, exhibits, and programs. We strive to nurture cultural and economic ties with indigenous people locally, in rural Alaska, nationally, and internationally. ... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Development Assistant

First Alaskans Institute


Affiliations

Anchorage

Board Member


Pamyua

Owner


Theatre Artists

Founder


Web References(32 Total References)


Board Of Directors and Staff | Alaska Native

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Stephen Blanchette, Community Engagement Officer, Yup'ik
Operations & Administration


Board of Directors | Visit Anchorage

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Stephen Blanchett
Alaska Native Heritage Center


Alaska Native Heritage Center

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Stephan Blanchett, Educational Specialist Dance, Yup'ik


The Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum

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Stephen P. Blanchett II, Alaska Native Heritage Center


www.nativepeoples.com

Steven Wounded Deer Alvarez (Mescalero Apache/Yaqui/Athabascan) is a stage actor, percussionist, vocalist, film and stage producer, music educator and arts administrator who is currently serving as the Director of Cultural Education and Strategic Initiatives for the Alaska Native Heritage Center (ANHC) in Anchorage.Raised in a multi-ethnic military family that moved to several foreign countries, he is at home in the world at large and brings his global perspective to all his endeavors.Working as a musician since age 16, Alvarez currently performs with the Anchorage Symphony Orchestra, as well as the Anchorage Opera, the Anchorage Concert Chorus and contemporary bands Medicine Dream and Pamyua.He recently co-founded Theatre Artists United, an Anchorage-based theater company, where he has directed a production of Hair.His innovative theater piece Connections, which fuses live storytelling with film and live music, debuted at the National Museum of the American Indian and has been presented at numerous other locales. In October, Alvarez will be directing ANHC's fifth annual World Music Festival, which he launched; directing the music for the premiere of ECHOES (see "Happening," this issue); and musically directing and playing the lead role of Che in Evita.Among those receiving grants were painter Joe Feddersen (Colville), for a 112-page exhibition catalog; Tania Willard (Shuswap) for site-specific work at Stanley Park in Vancouver; storyteller Jack Dalton (Yup'ik) and dancer and singer Stephen Blanchett (Yup'ik) for production of an original dance performance; playwright Rhiana Yazzie (Navajo); and visual artist Carolyn Anderson (Navajo), choreographer Emily Johnson (Yup'ik) and Pangea World Theater dramaturge Meena Natarajan to produce a play titled Ady.


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