Gut skin sewer and beader June Pardue (Alutiiq/Sugpiaq) was the most recent artist in the Alaska Native Artist Residency Program at the Sheldon Jackson Museum. Her last day at the museum was June 5th. Right before she left Sitka, she was interviewed by KCAW. You can listen to her interview here:
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10:00 am Creative Play for Ages 5 and Under
Creative Play for Ages 5 and Under
Oct 5 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
On Sat., Oct. 5th 10-11am, join us at the Sheldon Jackson Museum for our Creative Play – our new free program for Children ages 5 and under. Creative Play focuses on fostering social skills, movement,[...]
all-day Bring a Grandparent to the Museu...
Bring a Grandparent to the Museu...
Oct 12 all-day
Sat., Oct. 12th is Bring a Grandparent to the Museum Day at the Sheldon Jackson Museum. After exploring the gallery together, make a #1 Grandpa/Grandma button – button supplies limited and first come first serve.[...]
all-day Indigenous Peoples Day – Free Ad...
Indigenous Peoples Day – Free Ad...
Oct 14 all-day
On Monday, October 14th, in honor of Indigenous People’s Day, the Sheldon Jackson Museum will be open from 10am until 4pm and offer free admission to all visitors. As part of the celebration, the Friends[...]