Storytelling project: What it means to be Black in Alaska

The Foundation is excited to announce the rollout of Black in Alaska, a multimedia project that shares stories through interviews, photos and short videos. "If you are Black in Alaska, you can often feel misrepresented or unseen," says Foundation Vice President Angela Cox. "Our goal with this project is to help change that.”


2021 Individual Artist Awardees revealed

Thirty-five artist awardees from 21 Alaska communities were selected from a pool of nearly 300 applicants by a national panel of artists and creative community leaders from outside of Alaska. Many of the awardees had never applied before.


Grant opportunity for Alaska summer camps

Nonprofits, tribal entities, communities and faith-based organizations can apply for awards to expand opportunities for Alaska children in day camps, outdoor camps, culture camps, faith-based camps, museum camps, learning pods, and summer programs across the state.

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