“Painting at the End of the Ice Age” opens Friday at the Alaska State Museum, followed by a lecture from the artist.
September events including First Friday with the Alaska State Museum, Juneau Arts and Humanities Council, Kindred Post with Chloey Cavanaugh, plus the Alaska Writers Guild Annual Conference
The workshop is one of the community learning events the Alaska State Library hosts to serve the state’s cultural and natural heritage.
Julia Keefe’s Indigenous Big Band plays Juneau Jazz & Classics in Juneau plus the opening of Visceral: Verity, Legacy, Identity at the Alaska State Museum, and Juneau Artists Gallery Kelsey Hoke Martin
Segments: Slacktide band visits from Sitka; The UAS One Campus, One Book project; and Alaska State Museum’s new exhibit.
For Filipino American History Month, Peñaranda visited Juneau last week for the closing of the exhibit. He reminisced over names and faces in the exhibit, like the Filipino union leaders who formed the Alaska Cannery Workers Association.
The National Archives in Seattle is slated to close. It warehouses federal documents obtained from states across the Northwest. And it’s especially important for Alaska.
If you’ve driven on Mendenhall Loop Road, you may have seen the huts. The rusted steel half-circles look a bit like mini-airplane hangars.
Tlingit battle helmets were designed to inspire fear. The thick, wooden head armor carried imagery of strong warriors, fierce animals or revered ancestors.
Robert Murray reflects on Nimbus, the piece deemed “Alaska’s most-controversial sculpture,” and says his art is supposed to rattle people’s cages.