Nutjuitok (Polar Star)
Sadly artist Terry Adkins died Feb. 7 from heart failure.
Our thoughts are with Terry’s family and friends. His exhibition, Nutjuitok (Polar Star), was still in development at the time of his death and cannot be shown as scheduled.
Arctic Desert: Kobuk Valley National Park
On view May 2 through Sept. 7
Did you know that Alaska has a desert? Many people don't. Nearly half a million caribou migrate yearly across the Great Kobuk Sand Dunes, their tracks crisscrossing across dunes rising up to 100 feet high. For 9,000 years, people have hunted these caribou. This exhibition is a photographic exploration of Kobuk Valley National Park, located 25 miles above the Arctic Circle in northwestern Alaska.
Brick By Brick: Toying with Design
On view Oct. 3 through Jan. 11, 2015
An exhibition of LEGO®
toys and bricks curated by the Anchorage Museum featuring artwork by Nathan Sawaya and Mike Stimpson, as well as hands-on stations emphasizing LEGO bricks as learning tools with artistic, scientific, technological, engineering and mathematical applications.
All Alaska Juried XXXV
On view Nov. 7, 2014 through Feb. 1, 2015
For more than 30 years, All Alaska Juried has recognized the unique contributions Alaska artists are making to the world of contemporary art. The exhibition also encourages Alaska artists to create new work and showcases the finest art being produced in the state.
Anchorage Centennial Exhibitions
The Anchorage Museum is proud to be an official partner in the Anchorage Centennial Celebration. Our Anchorage Centennial exhibitions and
dynamic programs engage local artists, organizations and the community. Celebrate
with us! Join the discussions and collaborations. Visit and participate in our
Anchorage Centennial exhibitions and events.