See the Arctic, its people and landscape through the lens of Iñupiaq photographer Brian Adams. Adams travels to Inuit communities throughout the Alaska Arctic to capture Inuit (Iñupiat, Yup’ik, Cup’ik and St. Lawrence Island Yupik) life, culture and society through photographs and short stories for I Am Inuit. Read More
Photographer Brian Adams opens his new exhibition I Am Inuit with a gallery talk about his work, process and inspiration. Included with admission. Select galleries and spaces are open late every Friday, and museum admission is discounted during Polar Nights.
Gather friends for an evening of socializing and painting in Muse restaurant. Create two beautiful fireweed wine glasses with local artist Christina Wilson. To spark your creativity, add on a beverage or appetizer from Muse’s special menu. $45, museum members receive a 10 percent discount; includes instruction and materials. Food and beverages are extra. Register
Travel back in time and experience the massive volcanic eruptions that shaped the Earth and solar system. Journey to Yellowstone National Park, Neptune’s moon Triton and Jupiter’s moon Io to witness historic eruptions. Register
Credits: Photo of Mike Stan Harvey (detail) by Brian Adams; live drawing studio photo by Oscar Avellaneda-Cruz; photo of Brian Adams by Ash Adams; spring break camps photo by Chris Arend; adult and teen classes image by Jimmy Riordan; Muse wine tasting photo by Greg Martin; Painting Night glasses by Christina Wilson; planetarium image courtesy of Supervolcanoes Production Group; mask carved from cedar wood with black and red pigment by Tsimshian artist Jarvis Perez; Muse and get involved photos by the Anchorage Museum.
Anchorage Museum, 625 C Street, Anchorage, AK 99501