The Alutiiq Museum has hired Christina Thompson as its Events Specialist. Thompson will coordinate and advertise the museum’s events, working in collaboration with staff to host both recurring museum programs and special initiatives. She is currently organizing Alutiiq Culture Fest, a community celebration to be held in conjunction with the museum’s annual meeting on Friday, September 8th. This event will include free fry bread, a headdress pageant, and an exhibit preview. Thompson will also facilitate the museum’s fall lecture series, Thursday evening presentations by local culture bearers and scientists beginning August 24th. The eight-week series is sponsored by the City of Kodiak.
You're invited to grand opening weekend for the Rasmuson Wing, the Art of the Northgalleries, and the new Alaska exhibition Friday through Sunday, Sept. 15-17. Polar Nights also kicks off this weekend with half-price admission to galleries from 6 to 9 p.m. Polar Nights runs Friday evenings through April.
AK House Movement (AKHM) will debut its first annual summer series of their Hous’n for the Homeless event at the Anchorage Museum. This event will bring together four local Alaska DJ’s as well as 3 LA DJ’s who have partnered together to help with each other’s communities in regards to the homelessness crisis. With many residents in these cities asking what they can do to help, AKHM with the help of True House LA came up with a model called Hous’n for the Homeless.
An exhibit featuring photographs by Fairbanks photographer J. Jason Lazarus will be displayed in the Café Gallery at the University of Alaska Museum of the North. The public is invited to an opening for “Stories Fading Fast: Capturing the Remnants of the Alaska Gold Rush” on Friday, Aug. 4, from 5-7 p.m.
New York-based agency Terri & Sandy was honored Wednesday night as Ad Age's Small Agency of the Year, an annual award celebrating the best shop with fewer than 150 employees.
Mingle over appetizers from Moose's Tooth Pizza and Glacier Brewhouse Beer as you network with Boardroom members, Alaska Startup Week attendees, and other local business professionals.
Jeremy Bauer & Jason Clifton of BAUER/CLIFTON INTERIORS received four 2016 Interior Design Society (IDS) Designer of the Year Awards in an award ceremony last month. Hailed as a prestigious honor by IDS designers, the Designer of the Year Awards recognizes outstanding achievement in residential interior design among its members; one of the country's largest design organizations dedicated to serving the residential interior design industry.
Native Voice One recently welcomed Bob Petersen to take on the role of manager, leading the charge in producing quality programming that educates, advocates and celebrates indigenous life and values.