Dena’inaq’ Huch’ulyeshi

In 2013, the Anchorage Museum exhibited the first major exhibition ever presented about the Dena’ina Athabascan people, Dena’inaq’ Huch’ulyeshi: The Dena’ina Way of Living. The exhibition showcased films, life-size re-creations, archival images and more than 160 artifacts on loan from museums across Europe and North America. The graphic design elements of the exhibition were varied and extensive … Read More

100 Snapshots

100 Snapshots was an exhibition that provided a glimpse into the daily lives of Anchorage residents, beginning with the arrival of railroad workers and their families in 1915 to the boom of oil in the 1980s. Each image was a window into a private story of a life being lived in Alaska’s largest city taken … Read More

Brick by Brick

The Brick by Brick exhibition explored the creative potential of LEGO® toys and bricks, and featured works by New York artist Nathan Sawaya, who creates large-scale sculptures from LEGO® bricks, and English artist Mike Stimpson, who is known for re-creating historic events and popular culture scenes using LEGO figurines. Exhibition Design: ECI Hyer Title Sign … Read More