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Tradition Innovation Exhibition Now Onlineby Daniel Cornwall on March 1st, 2021 in Sheldon Jackson Museum, Museums | Comments

For Immediate Release
Feb. 24th, 2021

The Sheldon Jackson Museum is pleased to announce that the exhibition Tradition Innovation may now be viewed online on the Alaska State Museum website. Images of Yup’ik artist Peter Williams’ works, including garments, hunting and sewing equipment, and environmental-based art, a copy of Williams’ artist statement, and a video recording of his January 16th opening reception artist talk may all be accessed online at: https://lam.alaska.gov/peter-williams
Tradition Innovation will be on exhibit at the Sheldon Jackson Museum until the last week of April 2021. The proposal for the exhibition was selected by panel from over a dozen applications. The next Solo Show Exhibition Series will take place in 2022. Images of the exhibition will be posted on the Alaska State Museum website in the online exhibitions section for viewing.

For the most up to date information on museum operating hours, please visit: https://lam.alaska.gov/sjm-info.

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