The 20-foot-long sculpture was made by Lingít artist Robert Mills last year during the pandemic
Kindred Post owner Christy Namee Eriksen, her staff and other community members whittled 250 entries down to 10 winners, with a priority on artists who’ve been social marginalized. Their work will be sold in a run of 1,000 postcards in October.
The 1-hour documentary explores the artistic lineage of many Tlingit culture bearers, including weavers, carvers, bead artists, musicians and more. It premieres at 8 p.m. on 360 North.
Regular students will study alongside community members taking advantage of the non-credit option.
A Skagway business owner and her employee are scheduled to go to trial for allegedly misrepresenting Alaska Native-produced goods. In the spring, both pleaded not guilty to the federal misdemeanor charges against them.
Strength, loss, healing and transformation: those are themes present in a new permanent art installation that acknowledges the history of the original Sheldon Jackson Training School. The school later became a college and was influential in the lives of many Alaska Natives.
Federal investigators have found the Andover Newton Theological School broke the law regarding its Native art.
Juneau’s new Walter Soboleff building balances traditional and contemporary Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian art forms.
A 74-year-old totem pole that once stood at the Auke Recreation Area in Juneau is being restored for a second time.
It’s finally here! The biggest First Friday gallery walk of the year.