THE ANCHORAGE MUSEUM AND SEED LAB ARE CLOSED IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19.
Adding ideas to where residents are bearing witness to climate change in Anchorage.
Future Arctic game developed by Lateral North and the Anchorage Museum, to imagine the city with solutions.
Future Arctic board game designed by Lateral North with the Anchorage Museum to imagine the future of Northern cities.
Future Arctic Workshop with Lateral North at the Museum’s SEED Lab.
Fabricating reusable bags with recycled t-shirts to extend use and to respond to the plastic bag bans. Reuse is a way an individual can respond to climate change.
Collaborating with the Habitat for Humanity ReStore at the Museum’s SEED Lab building to demonstrate for the public ways to creatively extend the life of objects. Reuse is a way an individual can respond to climate change.
Artist Sheila Wyne with her furniture made of recycled materials and bike parts at the Museum’s SEED Lab building to demonstrate for the public ways to creatively extend the life of objects and the sustainability of a bikeable city. Reuse is a way an individual can respond to climate change.
Workshop on designing for solutions for Houselessness at the Museum’s SEED Lab.
The water tower at Pt. Woronzoff. Reimagine.
Seed ideas. Anchorage downtown bus stop.
Think Next Over Now. Installation with mural by James Temte and Michael Conti at the Museum’s SEED Lab.
Installation at downtown city parking garage.
It is possible. Installation on the side of the Museum’s SEED Lab building. Pictured left to right: Julie Decker, Director/CEO of the Anchorage Museum; Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz; Anita Contini of Bloomberg Philanthropies
Dreams for My City program at Anchorage Design Week. Sketching the future.
Dreams for My City program at Anchorage Design Week. Imagining the future.
Installation at the Anchorage 5th Avenue Mall.
Installation at the Z.J. Loussac Library.
Buttons and stickers with phrases for the future.
Imagining Alaska River Time with community members and artist Jonathon Keats.
Installation with designers Taylor Keegan and Nicholas Horn Rollins to highlight the Indigenous histories of Kincaid Park, with storytelling by the Anchorage Museum Curator of Alaska History & Culture, Dena’ina historian and President of Eklutna Aaron Leggett.
Wezup II installation by Marek Ranis at the Anchorage Museum, fabricated from trees charred in an Anchorage forest fire.
Tidelands installation by Karen Larsen, Buck Walsky and Petra Sattler-Smith near the Port of Alaska and Ship Creek in Anchorage, highlighting the city’s relationship with a tidal landscape, food security and public spaces.