OPEN Noon - 6pm
on view West Wing, Second Floor, Arctic Gallery through Oct. 3, 2021
Inupiaq artist Ronald Senungetuk (1933-2020) was a world-renowned sculptor, silversmith and woodcarver who blended ancestral Inupiaq forms with modern concepts and materials.
On view April 2 — Oct 3, 2021
Featuring work from artists of Alaska and other parts of the US, Russia, Canada, and Scandinavia, Listen Up provides audiences a listening experience and a survey of sound art today.
on view April 30 — Oct 24, 2021
Contemporary Alaska photographer Charles Mason captures present-day Denali National Park through images made with a 19th-century photographic technique called the collodion process.
on view April 30 —Oct 26, 2021
Rowan Renee explores conflicting and complex ideas of femininity, such as the ability to give life and take life, and the divide between wildness and domesticity.
On View Online
Created to Hold Power (Intellectual Property) is a digital solo exhibition of new works by Nicholas Galanin.
Arctic Remix considers how Indigenous technologies have informed, inspired, or anticipated modern-day design and technology innovations. Objects highlighted in this exhibition point to what has changed, what has been remixed, and what has stayed the same.
Whether standing on top of a vast ice field or deep in a mysterious ice cave, within each layer, viewers encounter and interact with distinct audio-visual experiences that offer new ways to perceive the interconnecting landscapes
On view Fall / Winter 2021
John Grade's Spark project explores how wildfires are becoming more frequent and intense, and their impact on our lives and landscapes. The project begins with this sculpture and continues with a series of public conversations. What we might learn from forest fire ecology?
On view East Wing Atrium, Second Floor
A pivotal art form of the last 100 years, film is a powerful medium for telling stories of people and place. Circumpolar Cinema shares a selection of films by artists from the Circumpolar North.
On view April 30 — Feb 13, 2022
This exhibition, told through archival photos and ephemera, showcases the richness and resilience of Black lives in Alaska.
On view East Wing, Third Floor & online through Winter 2021
An ongoing photography project presenting images taken by Andreas Hoffmann in the Disko Bay area in northwest Greenland.
On view online
Alaska River Time engages a network of glacial and spring rivers to regulate a new kind of clock, which speeds up and slows down with the waters.
On View online
Alaska is home to diverse cultures and tattooing traditions. Inuit tattoo has been practiced in Alaska for millennia by Iñupiat and Yup’ik women. Colonization suppressed traditional tattooing, but a new generation of Indigenous women are revitalizing and restoring the practice.