Growing up, Crystal Worl remembers looking up at the 120-foot-long mural on G Street that showed major events in Anchorage’s history. But there wasn’t anyone in the painting who looked like her.
Ironman Alaska finishers Richard Secretaria and Joseph Paray figure that, between themselves and their significant others, they spent around $8,000 on their trip.
The year 2021 was a great one for public art in Juneau.
Both sides of the newly revamped ambulance feature Tlingit formline design symbolizing the human power of healing.
Celebration’s first Native Fashion Show was standing room only.
Seventeen Alaska Native artists and 40 models will showcase contemporary indigenous design at Sealaska Heritage Institute’s Native Fashion Show.
A Tlingit artist and Juneau resident protested the sale of Native artifacts at an auction in Paris. She considers the items that were sold living beings.
“It was unreal. I remember standing in front of my print while people were approaching and talking to me, and I was just kind of like outside of my body watching myself, like, ‘Is this really happening?’”