Come see recent additions to our collection at the Alaska Native Arts Foundation. Exciting new jewelry, walrus ivory, whalebone carvings,paintings and masks. Free to the public, this show will be up for the month of March.
As we learn more about how the brain functions, we appreciate more how individualized the processes are. This program will address how our increased knowledge affects how lawyers evaluate and process cases.
Curious about what’s in the night sky? Take a guided tour through space and time in this live show, customized to highlight current astronomical occurrences. Galaxies, nebulae, binary stars … all features of the universe are explored. Except black holes. No one can see black holes. Presented in the Thomas Planetarium.
Be transported by mood-altering art and 3-D graphics choreographed to Led Zeppelin’s biggest hits, including “Whole Lotta Love,” “Immigrant Song” and “Ramble On.” This immersive experience plays out on the museum's full-dome planetarium screen in concert with a state-of-the-art sound system. Audience advisory: Adult subject matter. Presented in the Thomas Planetarium.
Sevigny Studios is pleased to present multi-talented local artist David Kennicott. In this show David debuts paintings created by laying down layers of paint and then selectively sanding through them to reveal the many colors below
Cake Studio presents David Kennicott with all new encaustic originals.This show features Jonny’s colorful salmon and life-sized octopus. To round out the evening, singer/songwriter Crystal Hutchens will serenade visitors with original folk pop tunes
Treat your toddler to dancing, singing, creating and learning through adult-led activities every Friday. Each week brings new themes and happenings, and new ways to explore the museum. Included with admission.
Experience the creative process of invention in Spark!Lab's hands-on laboratory. This space engages visitors in innovation and invention through facilitated experiences. Spark!Lab at the Anchorage Museum is made possible through support of the Ford Motor Company Fund.
Exploring Alaska's Changing Light. - We have called this show “Arctic Illumination” to inspire our artists to capture the rarified light we experience in Alaska. In March, as the daylight returns and we emerge from winters darkness, we are ready to experience light and all the life that comes with it.
Carrie Watts is forced by circumstances to live with her daughter-in-law who hates her and a loathsome son who does not dare take her side. Set in 1947, the unhappy family lives in a small Houston apartment. Carrie dreams of returning to Bountiful, where she was raised.
An ensemble cast of six girls tell the stories of girls across the world as they each investigate their inner “emotional creature” with songs, dances, poetry, laughter and tears. Runs 7 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays and 3 p.m. Sundays, Jan. 12-March 8.
ATY's Drama Center Program offers young performers a variety of workshops that last from one weekend intensives to four Saturdays in duration. Skill building workshops have been offered in: acting, auditions, Broadway voice, comedy, dance, theatre games, improvisation, stage combat, make-up, movement and and more.
Treat your toddler to dancing, singing, creating and learning through caregiver-led activities. Each week brings new themes and happenings, and new ways to explore the museum. Included with admission and with membership.