OPEN Noon - 6pm
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 24, 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 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 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 Oct 08, 2021
Sep 04, 2022
Counter Cartographies: Living the Land presents contemporary artworks that examine our relationship to land, proposing alternative ways of thinking about and experiencing the landscape around us.
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.