The Alutiiq Museum, which is based in Kodiak, will begin to digitize its collection with the eventual goal of expanding and digitizing collections from other museums. Museum collections curator Amanda Lancaster says they’re already using a database and have most of their objects catalogued. “We use a database called Collective Access…. So, we already have…
The achievement represents a lifetime of creative excellence and outstanding contribution to Alaska’s arts and culture.
Lende spoke with KHNS about her writing and about what it means to be named Alaska’s laureate.
Principal Faith Jurs says all grade levels will see a boost in Iñupiaq content under the new curriculum.
Lillian Atmak Michael joined KYUK in 1981 as a translator and producer, and within a year she became the Yup’ik news director.
The Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act — NAGPRA for short — gave Tribes a legal avenue to pursue the return of remains and some funerary objects.
For the Fairbanks Concert Association, there have been no live performances for more than a year.
“Especially during the pandemic, when it’s just so crazy, it’s nice to have something happy,” one nurse said.
“Sasquatch” is the search for a different type of monster, which, as Holthouse told Alaska Public Media’s Casey Grove, starts with a scary story circulating among illegal cannabis farmers in mid-’90s Mendocino County, California.
Some parents argue that a cornerstone of the district’s policy is flawed: Students should not need permission to wear cultural regalia at their graduations.