Grant Writing Intensive

ANC Sponsored GWI Flyer Sponsored by Alaska Aviation Museum Anchorage: 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., February 22-26 (M-F), 2016 – CLASSES ARE LIMITED TO A MAXIMUM OF 12 STUDENTS – This is a small, focused training, with hands-on mentoring during every step of the process. Participants complete the week with a written grant proposal to the […]

New fund helps museums manage their collections

Museums challenged to manage their collections have a new source of assistance, with the launch today of the Collections Management Fund. The new fund was created by Rasmsuon Foundation and will be managed by Museums Alaska. More details, guidelines and an application are on our website. Apply by October 31! Press Release

FREE Kenai Mountains-Turnagain Arm National Heritage Area Interpretive Training

This free interpretive training is taking place in Seward on May 21, 8:00-5:30. All training sessions will be held at the National Park Service, Legends Building on the corner of Washington St. and 5th Ave in Seward and is sponsored by the National Park Service.   The day-long training is being geared specifically for small museums […]

Tell Us What You Need For Collections Management

Take our ONE MINUTE survey to help improve collections management!

Advocacy Update!

PUBLIC TESTIMONY OPPORTUNITY! Don’t miss your chance to advocate for museums this week!  Take 2 minutes and participate in the hearings Tuesday or Wednesday March 5-6 (depending on your community) to tell  the House Finance Committee that you support museum funding in the operating budget. A schedule is below – just show up at your […]

Archival Training – May 2013

The Alaska State Historical Records Advisory Board (ASHRAB) plans to offer one day of archival training May 7 or 8, 2013, probably at the UAA campus.  In order to proceed with planning this event I would like to know who would be interested in attending.  This training will be similar to that held in May […]

Alaska State Museums Bulletin No.52

Check out the most recent Museum Bulletin, published by the Alaska State Museums. The next scheduled web chat is June 13 @11 am. Among other news is a list of some of the great conservation blogs created by ASM staff: What’s that white stuff? Ellen Carrlee Conservation The Alaska Fur ID Thanks to Alaska State […]


Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 50 other followers