A group of researchers and historians learned key details about Benny Benson’s life, including his real age and roots in Unalaska.
Indigenous artists say the disqualification raises questions of who gets to be heard in Juneau’s art community, and who doesn’t.
Commercial fishermen from Alaska to Maine have been gathering in Astoria, Oregon since the late 1990s to share spoken-word poems and shanties about life at sea.
Elishaba Doerksen’s new book explains how she escaped despite being shuttered away in the wilderness near McCarthy.
A pair of documentary filmmakers is examining the implications of the rapid growth in cruise tourism projected for Sitka.
The course marks a big step toward Unangax̂ language revitalization.
The exhibit will showcase stories of the known carvers and provide the public an opportunity to learn more about Lingít people of the early 1900s.
This year’s Junior Native Youth Olympic Games are virtual, with nearly 300 participants sending in videos of themselves competing in the events.
Most totem poles are carved on one side, but this one is carved on both. They’re calling it a 3-D totem pole, and it’s a lot more work.
Treatments ranging from music to poetry to visual arts still have not undergone rigorous scientific testing. Artists and brain scientists have launched an initiative called the NeuroArts Blueprint to change that.