104 College Dr
Sitka, AK 99835
June Pardue is the second artist-in-residence this year, under the Sheldon Jackson Museum’s Native Artist Residency Program.
June is an Alutiiq/Sugpiat artist who is a basket weaver, beader, and gut skin sewer. She has been an artist demonstrator at the Sheldon Jackson Museum and also at the Alaska Native Heritage Center in Anchorage. She has conducted workshops on her art at numerous other places around the state.
While in residence, June will be teaching a virtual (ZOOM) two-part class in Quill and Salmon Skin Earring Making Class on July 25th and July 28th.
She will be presenting a virtual artist talk on August 1st and a virtual recap talk on August 8th.
Please come and see the artist at work!