SEED Lab supports creative responses to climate change and envisions sustainable futures for Anchorage and the globe.

It happens here. Climate change is significantly impacting Alaska. SEED Lab is a space and an effort to create conversations and actions; individual and collective responses to inspire positive visions for tomorrow. We connect people and ideas and reconnect to the natural world.

SEED Lab Projects


SEED Lab hosts events throughout the year. In 2020, with COVID-19, we are focusing on the outdoors and the virtual. Our major event of 2020 will be in conjunction with the Museum’s North x North Reimagined Festival, which will run August 22 – November 22. A number of SEED Lab installations, conversations, and workshops will coalesce around this time. October we will connect projects to Anchorage Design Week and November we will focus on ideas of nature and wilderness as part of Wilderness Week.

Follow the Museum and SEED Lab on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for more information about events.

Click here for more information about North x North.

Innovators & Artists in Residence

Interested in being an innovator or creative-in-residence at the SEED Lab House? Email your bio, a project idea (research, creative) or need, and how it would connect to SEED Lab’s priorities of climate + future:

See artists in residence


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SEED Lab is made possible with support from:

SEED Lab is one of the five winners of the Bloomberg Philanthropies Public Art Challenge, partnering the Anchorage Museum with the Municipality of Anchorage.

Key Partners:
Municipality of Anchorage
Launch Alaska
Habitat for Humanity ReStore
Museum for the United Nations
Alaska Design Forum
Anchorage Downtown Partnership