Museum Calendar

Check out our Virtual Museum page to explore the museum from home!
 

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Butterfly and moth specimens in a drawer.
Ongoing
UA Museum of the North Website

Visit the UA Museum of the North from home with resources for all ages!

Detail of Migration 3, by Ron Senungetuk.
December 12, 2020 - March 14, 2021
Special Exhibits Gallery

Iñupiaq artist Ronald Senungetuk was a world-renowned sculptor, silversmith, and woodcarver. As an artist, educator, and mentor, he had a profound impact on the visual arts in Alaska. He founded the Native Art Center in 1965, and was one of the first Alaska Native professors to receive tenure from UAF.

Two children walking through a sunny forest, with snow on the ground.
Friday, March 19
10:00 AM
UA Museum of the North Website

Create and discover with your toddler or preschooler. Explore at home and share your discoveries with us. Hands-on activities are posted online. March's theme is the Sun!

Artist’s concept of the Parker Solar Probe spacecraft approaching the sun.
Saturday, March 20
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
UA Museum of the North Website

Discover Earth's closest star! Register in advance (children 6 and older) to receive activity supplies and to meet online with a museum educator. At-home activities will also be freely available online.

Sunrise in an orange sky, with mountains in the background and trees in the foreground.
Saturday, March 27
12:00 PM
UA Museum of the North Website

Create and discover with your family! Explore at home and share your discoveries with us. Discover the mysteries of the Sun. Hands-on activities and videos will be posted online.

Revisit the 2018-2019 UAMN special exhibition, ShAKe: Earthquakes in Interior Alaska. Entrance to the gallery.
Ongoing
Virtual Exhibit

Revisit the 2018-2019 UAMN special exhibition, ShAKe. Explore the 21-part video tour (69 minute running time) to learn about earthquakes in Interior Alaska from guest curator Carl Tape.

Ongoing
UA Museum of the North

Explore artwork and history outside on the museum grounds.