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Artists from Australia to Finland tackle marine trash
The Northern Initiative brings together thought leaders to explore the current and future state of the North and the Arctic.
The Anchorage Museum seeks short film entries for Cabin Fever. The exhibition, opening Nov. 21, examines the emotions and
behaviors that manifest after hours of darkness and isolation, a state
of mind particularly common in the North.
In 1986, Alaska’s Oil Boom had just turned bust, all the cool kids had Walkmans, and a gallon of gas cost 89 cents. A lot has changed. It’s time for the Anchorage Museum’s history gallery to do the same.
The Anchorage Museum has been named an official Smithsonian Affiliate. The designation formally acknowledges the museum’s longtime partnership with the Smithsonian Institution and increases opportunities for collaboration. The Anchorage Museum is the first Smithsonian Affiliate in Alaska.
Tommy Joseph is helping the Anchorage Museum preserve his own artwork. In June visitors can observe and ask questions as he does conservation work on a 10-foot red cedar totem pole he created in 2000.
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