Norwegian/Unangax filmmaker, Anna Hoover lives in Alaska, and has spent her summers in salmon territory on the waters of Bristol Bay. She is an artist, Indigenous issues activist, filmmaker, and founder of the non-profit First Light Alaska. She earned master’s degrees in Native American art history and Indigenous documentary filmmaking and bachelor’s degrees in art history and interdisciplinary fine arts from the University of Washington.  

She is currently an artist and filmmaker-in-residence at the Museum’s Seed Lab.