Post a Project!

Alaska museums tell about projects in their own words…

(this page is experimental, so please feel email us your thoughts and suggestions)

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10 comments on “Post a Project!

  1. Hi everyone,

    I would like to hear from other museums that have started planning for the 50-year anniversary of the 1964 Good Friday Earthquake. Our museum has just started discussions with the city on ways to commemorate this event. Please contact me off-list at curator@valdezmuseum.org – I look forward to seeing what other institutions are up to.


    Andrew Goldstein
    Curator of Collections & Exhibits
    Valdez Museum & Historical Archive
    217 Egan Drive – PO Box 8
    Valdez, Alaska 99686
    Phone: 907-835-2764 Fax: 907-835-5800 Direct Line: 907-835-8905

  2. Hello All,

    I would like to ask for everyone’s help in completing a statewide compensation survey for museum staff. The survey is anonymous, and I will share the results once it is completed.


    Thank you!
    Katie St. John
    Museum Manager
    Alutiiq Museum

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