In September 2020, the UA Museum of the North became the official repository for Bus 142 (aka "Stampede Trail Bus", "Magic Bus", or "Into the Wild Bus").
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
UA Museum of the North Website
Explore a variety of ways to make art by carving! 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.
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.
Discover Big Things
Discover Alaska Native cultures, natural wonders, diverse wildlife and Arctic dinosaurs. Explore 2,000 years of Alaska art. Learn about research by museum scientists. Original exhibits and breathtaking architecture.
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A formidable scenario in Interior Alaska, a family of brown bear’s interloping a berry picking adventure. The inland brown bears are commonly called grizzlies and dine on plants, berries, carrion, fish, and mammals. Set of Birch Bark Containers Ca. 1960 Thomas Collection.