On View Apr 22, 2022
Feb 19, 2023
The Place I Call Home reflects the people, places, textures, and moods photographer Jovell Rennie associates with his hometown of Anchorage, Alaska.
On View Nov 04, 2022
Mar 05, 2023
Alaska Biennial is organized by the Anchorage Museum and celebrates place through the lens of contemporary art. Alaska Biennial participants are Alaska-based contemporary artists exploring the North, its people, histories, and landscapes through a variety of media.
On View Jun 17, 2022
Mar 31, 2023
Water Moves Life is a multi-site-specific work exploring the linked forces of a changing climate and rising inequality that braids together allusions to freedom, survival, containment, and control.
On View May 06, 2022
Mar 31, 2023
Throughout 2020, Rasmuson Foundation gathered with Alaska Black leaders to discuss critical issues and how the Foundation could be a better partner to the Black community in Alaska. Through these conversations, a need for more positive media by and for Black Alaskans was highlighted.
On View Oct 21, 2022
Apr 09, 2023
Protection: Adaptation and Resistance centers Indigenous ways of knowing. In times of pandemic, climate crisis, and ongoing assaults to human rights, Indigenous Alaska artists today are envisioning the future through design, tattoo, regalia, and graphic arts.
On View Oct 07, 2022
Sep 03, 2023
Visitations by Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir and Mark Wilson explores how polar bears interact with humans in times of climate change. The socially engaged and research-based collaborations are informed by artists, historians, ecologists, folklorists and zoologists.
Pass the Mic celebrates contemporary Alaska musicians and sound artists, inviting interactive participation in making and listening to the sounds and songs in Alaska today.
On view Sep 30 2022 - Winter 2023
A selection of films examining how Indigenous Alaskans are responding to the impacts of climate change on their homelands and communities.