Press Room

News Media Camera

Welcome to the Anchorage Museum’s online Press Office. Members of the media may view and download information for current and upcoming exhibitions and programs, access the press release archive, and download high-resolution images and video.

Media Contacts

Hank Davis
Communications Manager

Leroy Polk
Communications Manager

Zakiya McCummings
Communications Manager

Programs & Exhibitions

Press Releases + Images

Filming Guidelines + Request Form

Filming at the Anchorage Museum is a courtesy that may be extended to projects that contribute to the museum’s mission. These may include educational documentaries, news crews and news productions, or projects that feature or promote the Anchorage Museum and are reviewed and approved by the Marketing and Public Relations or Facility Rental Department.

Due to limited resources, commercial filming requests are not a museum priority. Commercial projects include advertising for a third-party product, annual report for a third-party company, movie productions, television productions, etc.

B-roll of the museum is available to qualified members of the media.

Visit the museum Filming Guidelines & Requests Form for more information.


NOV-DEC 2023

Winter Hours in Effect
The Anchorage Museum has transitioned to its fall/winter schedule with open hours 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, with extended hours through 9 p.m. Fridays; and Noon to 6 p.m. Sundays. The museum is closed Mondays. Admission is free from 6-9 p.m. on the first Friday of the month year round.

Chatter Marks Podcast New Episode: Transforming Public Culture Around Climate Change
Miranda Massie speaks about her work as director and founder of the THE CLIMATE MUSEUM in New York City. The Climate Museum uses the power of arts and cultural programming to create an ongoing and progressive conversation surrounding the climate. Chatter Marks is a podcast of the Anchorage Museum. Now available wherever you listen.

Park Your Bench Here
Have you seen the new pavilion at SEED LAB? This project was conceived during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic to consider what outdoor co-work and collaboration spaces could look like in Anchorage. The end result is a transportable space made from 18 benches removed from the now-shuttered Northway Mall. Intrinsic Landscapes designed and fabricated the structure to fit within a typical 9-foot by 20-foot parking space - allowing it to be easily be deployed in any urban environment with parking.

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