Wed, Apr 01, 2015
Today's artists, scientists, explorers and inhabitants are questioning the future of the landscape.
As part of the Anchorage Museum’s Polar Lab program, we invite artists to create interventions in museum galleries and public spaces, through performances and temporary installations.
Featuring topic experts from Alaska and beyond, the Think Up Here conversation series explores a wide range of current and emerging issues in art, culture, science, politics, literature and social action.
5:30 p.m. Saturday, April 11 Dena’ina Civic and Convention Center Join us as we go on a Northern expedition during the 2015 Anchorage Museum Gala.
Beginning in March, the Anchorage Museum becomes home to one of only a few Spark!Labs outside the Smithsonian in Washington, DC...
The 43rd annual Anchorage School District exhibition includes artwork from some of the district’s student artists.
As we open the exhibition Arctic Ambitions: Captain Cook and the Northwest Passage, we look at how the challenges of navigating arctic sea ice effectively ended Cook’s quest for the Northwest Passage.
Long considered a footnote in Arctic exploration...
The Anchorage Museum invites artists and artisans to apply for the annual popular juried craft event, Thanksgiving Weekend, Nov. 27-29. Artists may submit digital images via the online application process beginning Monday, March 2. Deadline for entries is Friday, April 24.
For the Anchorage Museum, the year 2015 is a Centennial year and an Arctic season.
Anchorage’s Centennial coincides with the United States assuming chairmanship of the Arctic...