Alaska Legislature Decolonizing Alaska

Decolonizing Alaska Opens in Juneau at Alaska State Museum.

Decolonizing Alaska visits our state’s capital.  Bunnell’s founder and Artistic Director, and curator of the exhibit, Asia Freeman meet the Alaska State Legislature.  Congratulations to Asia and to the participating artists for this exhibit’s success in confronting culturally sensitive issues of identity.  Read more here.

 

 

Linda Infante Lyons Exhibit, July 2017

Artist Talk: https://www.bunnellarts.org/wp-content/uploads/Linda-Infante-Lyons-Artist-Talk-July-2017.mp3   Artist Statement: All Things Sacred -July 2017 In 2016, I painted a Russian icon inspired portrait of my Alutiiq great-grandmother, haloed and adorned with elements of ancient Alutiiq masks for the exhibit, Decolonizing Alaska, curated by…

Decolonizing Alaska Exhibits in Corcoran School of Arts and Design, DC

Decolonizing Alaska opens at the Corcoran School of Arts and Design in Washington, DC on February 3rd through March 17th. Read more here. Full media here.

Objects of Importance, Workshop by Melissa Shaginoff, September 8-9th

Melissa Shaginoff is of Athabascan and Paiute descent. She grew up on the southern coast of Alaska in the small fishing town of Kenai. She received her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from the University of Alaska Anchorage. After working…