Join us Friday for discussion on Black in Alaska projectConversations with Alaska Black leaders have noted a need for more positive and multi-dimensional portrayals. One result: the Black in Alaska storytelling project. Join us Friday evening for a panel discussion on the project.
Gatherings and workshops scheduled for Alaska artists, makers and culture bearers seeking grantsCalling Alaska artists, makers and culture bearers! The Foundation is offering gathering and workshops to help with applications for an Individual Artist Award.
Monthly President’s ReportPlease enjoy President and CEO Diane Kaplan's last monthly President's Report. This month includes a $500 million milestone, celebrating the vibrancy of Kodiak and the public-private partnership to increase homegrown social workers in Alaska.
Alaska artists: Apply now for a 2023 awardRasmuson Foundation is marking the 20th year of Individual Artist Awards with the first increase in grant sizes since 2012. Alaska artists can apply through March 1.
Foundation’s new CEO coming home to AlaskaMeet our new CEO! She's got a background in public service, extensive experience in health care — and deep roots in Alaska.
With new awards, Foundation giving will top $500 millionLearn about the Foundation's most recent commitments to Alaska organizations and projects.
Dear Alaska: My new chapter is about to beginDiane Kaplan reflects on nearly 30 years with Rasmuson Foundation and the multitude of projects and initiatives that have transpired: "I have been blessed to work with the best of the best, people who are improving lives every day in every community of Alaska."
Monthly President’s ReportA donation from billionaire philanthropist Mackenzie Scott, leadership training across the pond and Alaskans response to Western Alaska floods all are highlighted in our most recent monthly President's Report. Enjoy the updates from President and CEO Diane Kaplan.
Remembering Gov. Bill SheffieldWe are remembering former Gov. Bill Sheffield today. For his 80th birthday, our CEO wrote a poem, and with partners, we made a movie about him.
- Łuk’ae Tse’ Taas comic artist collective highlights Alaska Native storytelling, traditional and fantastic worlds - Alaska Public Media March 13
- Third Avenue Navigation Center open for business March 10
- Take a peek at what’s happening for First Friday | Juneau Empire March 3
- Tlingit leaders dedicate totem pole in Sen. Murkowski’s D.C. office March 1