A new exhibit at the Juneau-Douglas City Museum features paintings created by local artist Avery Skaggs. Skaggs is in a wheelchair and is non-verbal, but expresses himself through art.
Alaska lost a champion and a colossal philanthropist when retired banker Ed Rasmuson died Tuesday at age 81.
The year 2021 was a great one for public art in Juneau.
A youth art competition will help determine messaging for signs in Dillingham’s harbor in an effort to keep the water clean.
NPR asked children’s media experts to recommend their favorite new books, TV shows and video games with characters and storylines representing the diversity of the U.S.
It’s the darkest time of year in Alaska, which means plenty of hours for aurora hunting.
“Unigkuat—Kodiak Alutiiq Legends” chronicles traditional Alutiiq stories and legends. A digital edition will be available on Alutiiq Museum’s website.
For his song “G and Enkidu,” Tracen Wassily said he drew inspiration from some of his favorite artists, like Denzel Curry, XXXTentacion and Zillakami.
The tribe’s main reason for buying the inn is for the Hoonah Lingít to have a physical presence in their homelands once again.
The song titles grab your attention, but guitarist Jacob Tix̂lax̂ Stepetin says the point is to create an opportunity to talk about Indigenous issues.