Decolonizing Alaska has been on tour since August of 2016.
If you’ve seen the exhibit, please take a short 3-minute evaluation survey.
Decolonizing Alaska Artist Talk Part 1
Asia Freeman, Crystal Rose Worl, Melissa Shagnioff, Michael Conti, Kesler Woodward, Michael Walsh and Annette Bellamy:
Decolonizing Alaska Artist Talk Part 2:
Rebecca Lyon, Getchen Sagan, Rika Mouw, Ben Schleifman, Joel Isaak, Sonya Kelliher Combs, Sheila Wyne, and Sheryl Maree Reily:
Decolonizing Alaska Exhibition Schedule:
Homer, AK: 8/5 – 8/31/16, Bunnell Street Arts Center
Valdez, AK: 9/16 – 10/23/16, Valdez Historical and Fine Arts Museum
Washington DC: 2/3 – 3/18/17, Corcoran School of Arts and Design
Juneau, AK: 5/5 – 10/15/17, Alaska State Museum
Ketchikan, AK: 11/4 – 12/22/17, The Ketchikan Arts and Humanities Council
Fairbanks, AK: 2/1 /2018 – 9/30/2018 The UA Museum of the North
Portland, OR: 11/1/2018 – 1/12/2019 Center for Art + Culture at PNCA
Decolonizing Alaska is sponsored by Bunnell Street Arts Center, curated by Asia Freeman and supported in part by grants from ArtWorks, The CIRI Foundation and Rasmuson Foundation with additional support from the exhibit venues and Rasmuson Foundation through the Harper Arts Touring Fund, administered, under contract, by the Alaska State Council on the Arts.
The Juneau Empire
Indian Country Media Network
“Alaska Natives have struggled for centuries against the onslaught of colonization that seized their ancestral homeland to plunder its wealth of natural resources while seeking to stamp out indigenous traditions…”
George Washington University:
Alaska Public Media
KBBI Public Radio (audio)
KTOO Public Media