The Alaska museum is teaming up with a local writer and newspaper to help its community reconnect in a world changed by COVID.
Two artists exemplify the power of storytelling at the center of Native American art.
The beads, located in three Indigenous sites in Alaska, date to the mid-to-late 15th century, prior to Columbus’s landfall.
Explore radical new modes of thinking about and responding to our collective futures during this five-day creative conference in Alaska on April 13-17.
If legislators don’t override the governor’s plan, Alaskans will lose their state art council and become the only US state or territory without a state arts agency.
Keeping an art form relevant to the next generation is essential for its survival, and a skateboard company in Juneau, Alaska, is using the Native formline art of the Northwest Coast to both celebrate this cultural tradition and create some sweet decks.