The second part of the fish skin porcupine quill earring making class taught by Sheldon Jackson Museum Alaska Native Artist-in-Residence, June Pardue (Alutiiq/Sugpiaq) is up on the Friends of Sheldon Jackson Museum YouTube Channel!

You can watch the video and part I of the two-part class on the channel by visiting: 

Thank you for being here, June Pardue! Thank you, National Endowment for the Arts, private donors, and Alaska Airlines for supporting the Alaska Native Artist Residency Program. The Friends first started this program over 30 years ago and it continues to adapt, change, and bring talented Alaska Native artists from all over the state to the museum.