A Skagway artist shares the inspiration for his newest project

Oct 28, 2021

Skagway’s new Shoreline Park restroom project will feature a Northwest Coast formline style metal cutout called Reflection. Lifelong Skagway resident Beau Dennis created it. 

Walking into Sheldon Jackson museum on a quiet afternoon, I find Tlingit weaver, Laine Rinehart, appropriately in front of his nearly five foot loom. You wouldn’t know it today, but he’s working on the beginnings of a traditional Tlingit robe.

Newcomer's Open Studio at the Anchorage Museum

Mar 23, 2017
Koahnic Broadcast Corporation

As heard on Morning Line:

The Anchorage Museum is opening studio space, instructors, and materials for an inclusive artistic experience - with tie-ins to the Welcome Week Celebrations in Anchorage this coming September.  Are you or someone you know new to Anchorage, to Alaska, or to the United States?  Share your journey and new life in Anchorage through Art! 

May 6, 2016


Art of an avant-garde Arctic in downtown Anchorage

By Zachariah Hughes, Alaska Public Media

When people imagine Alaska’s Arctic, experimental art isn’t typically first thing that comes to mind.

But a new exhibit at the Anchorage Museum is getting visitors, urbanites, and art-lovers to connect to the Arctic in different ways.  And the works expand well beyond the gallery walls.

Joaqlin Estus / Koahnic Broadcasting

Testifying in a voters' rights case, Division of Elections Director Gail Fenumiai says villages with sizable populations of limited English speakers beat the state's average turnout in the 2012 Presidential election. However, absentee and early ballots are not counted in turnout numbers. She was testifying in a case in which villages and elders say the state failed to provide complete translations of voting materials into Native languages. The state says it has met legal requirements.