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Photo: Moving Sealaska's treasures

...into a protective mount for transport and storage on Tuesday. SHI is moving their collection to the vault in the new Walter Soboleff Center this week. Lorings work is being paid by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
My Turn: Thanks, CHAMPs, for promoting the arts

If you were downtown at all this past week, you may have come upon Alaskans wearing with little white buttons saying "CHAMP". These people were not all claiming to be victors in some unnamed fight, nor was it a case of mass narcissism.
Fall Arts Preview

...literary program in Southeast Alaska made possible by a grant from the Alaska Humanities Forum and the National Endowment for the Humanities. The program includes the Sept. 19 Evening at Egan presentation, "Crosscurrents: Learning to Listen...
My Turn: Clearing 'New Pathways'

...vibrant the arts are across Alaska.? The Alaska Humanities Forum is the Anchorage-based affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, serving all Alaska with education-based programs augmenting cross-cultural understanding. The Forum...
Honoring artistic Alaskans

Later this month the Capital City will host an exciting event that honors Alaskans who have made significant contributions to artistic and cultural life on the Last Frontier.
The Elizabeth Peratrovich Project: The tools to talk about civil rights

...evaluator and editor. The project was made possible in part by a grant from the Alaska Humanities Forum and National Endowment for the Humanities, with matching funds provided by the Alaska League of Women Voters and financial support from Sealaska...
Extracting truth from myth

The 1925 dog-team serum run to Nome is one of Alaska's best-known stories. So famous, it's been retold in countless formats, including a full-length animated feature called "Balto.
UAS posts videos of Tlingit-language speakers

...Sr. and David Katzeek. The project was undertaken at UAS and funded by National Science Foundation and National Endowment for the Humanities. For more information, visit More Alaska Native language...
Life-saving serum run documented in new film

ANCHORAGE - A deadly epidemic had gripped a gold rush town in the impenetrable U.S. territory of Alaska nearly 90 years ago, transfixing the nation. A cure existed, but there was no way to deliver it.
Celebrating Singer

...You're young and you blow things off." A lesson was learned. And earlier this year, when Berg spotted a National Endowment for the Humanities grant funding programs that commemorated the 100th anniversary of Singer's birth in 1904, Berg knew...
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