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Opposite attraction: Winner of art competition at Celebration is an Eagle carver who is ‘drawn to Raven when I am creating’
She knows the value of strong mussels.
The objects will be returned to home, to be displayed in a future cultural ceremony.
‘No longer just a hashtag.’
The design, which cost taxpayers nothing, were created by Southeast artists.
Projects range from huge public murals to albums to dances and more.
Sealaska Heritage Institute announces winners.
Students brought home gold medals and an American Vision Award.
And the winners are.
February First Friday fun.
Her new work will be released Saturday.
Nominations are now being accepted.
A reader-submitted poem.
They brought dance and walrus skin with them.
Art is a billion-dollar industry in Alaska.
Old Massett totem pole raising revisited in Christopher Auchter’s documentary Now Is The Time
“Without art, there is no spirit.”
Reader submitted photos of art in unusual places.
Plus, see the rest of a loaded March 1 schedule