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Blue Star Museum


We Support Military Families
Free admission for Active Duty Military & their Families
Memorial Day through Labor Day
May 26 - September 1, 2014
Thank you for your service
 

Sponsors


Alaska State Council on the Arts

Generous Sponsor of
Museum Operations
 

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Permanent Exhibits

The Alutiiq Museum's permanent exhibits tell the story of the Alutiiq people - from the distant past, through historic times, to the present day. Archaeological discoveries, oral histories, photographs, ethnographic objects and contemporary artwork fill displays on cultural history, villages, housing, subsistence practices, the cycle of life, women’s work, men’s work, and ceremonial culture. An interactive computer kiosk provides access to language activities. There is also a video viewing area.
 

Wamwik - A Place to Play

Children are invited to explore with their hands in the Alutiiq Museum's Wamwik - a place to play. This replica of a traditional house transports our youngest visitors into the Alutiiq world with dress up clothing, Alutiiq-themed toys, puzzles, and plush animal puppets. Developed with generous assistance from the Alaska State Museum Grant in Aid program.

 

Inartalicirpet - Our Weaving Ways

May 2014 - May 2017

Explore the renewal of Alutiiq weaving traditions, the inspirations of contempary weavers, and the chain of knowledge that continues to grow.

Produced by the Alutiiq Museum with generous support from the Paul G Allen Family Foundation and Monica Wyatt.

Finding Our Balance

Available for Loan


What do the Alutiiq, the Anishnabae M’Chigeeng, the Muscogee Creek, Paiute-Shoshone, Pyramid Lake Paiute, the Rosebud Sioux, the Seminole, and the Tohono O’odham have in common?  A great deal.  In 2006, members of these tribes worked together to create a traveling exhibit that highlights shared experiences under the direction of the National Museum of the American Indian.  A short movie tells the story of the project.  Learn about the development of this exhibit at the National Museum of the American Indian website.


This three panel traveling show is available for loan. To show this display in your lobby, rotunda, or public space, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , 907-486-7004. There is no fee to borrow this show.  Borrowers pay only for shipping costs.  This show can be shipped to rural area.

Photo:  Finding Our Balance on display at the US Coast Guard's Air Station Kodiak.

Exhibiting at the Alutiiq Museum

The Alutiiq Museum seeks short term exhibits that compliment our mission. We host artist's exhibitions, produce shows on local culture and history, and bring traveling exhibits to Kodiak. If you are interested in sharing an exhibit with the museum or mounting your own show, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , 907-486-7004, and consult our exhibit policies and procedures.

Exhibits Advisory Committee

Community volunteers assist the museum in planning and reviewing exhibits.  This group meets as needed to review proposed displays, and share their ideas for interpretation. 

Committee Members:
Elizabeth Eufemio, Quentin Fong, Lisa Hupp, Jill Lipka, Jackie Madsen, Gayla Pedersen, Vicki Vanek
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