Youth, ages 12-19 (living in Tasmania and Alaska)
Places perceived as peripheral are often at the center of environmental knowledge, change, adaptation and response. In these ways, they are connected rather than remote. People in peripheral places share a sense of time and landscape. With Taslaska, we connect Tasmania and Alaska. We invite contributions to our virtual zine, hosted by the Anchorage Museum in Alaska and Project O and the Burnie Art Gallery in Tasmania.
In a time when we are physically distanced in new ways, we invite new ways of sharing place and people. Send videos, photos, audio interviews, portraits, illustrations, animations, poems, maps, favorite places, or other portrayals of your place. We will create a virtual tour and a shared place.
For the zine, send entries to email@example.com with your name, age, city, and any statement you want to include.
Or, share your own work to your own social media platforms, at any time, and tag #Taslaska.
By submitting, you also agree to have your entries shared on social media and in the virtual zine.
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the lands in which we work.
We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.
Always was, always will be Indigenous Land.