Alaska Resources

An ivory carving entitled "Ayveq (Walrus)" by Ben Pungowiyi, St. Lawrence Island Yupik © 2019



IACB Source Directory of Alaska Native Artists

Seeking an Alaska Native Artist to Lead Arts Workshops in Rural Alaska

The Resilient Alaska Youth AmeriCorps program is offering an opportunity for an Alaska Native artist interested in running workshops in rural communities across Alaska for their Art Connections! Series.  Workshop activities could range from carving to music and should guide youth participants to explore why art is an important part of cultural connection.  Applications are due by 2/11/2022.  For more information, please click here. 


PUBLICATIONS (*to request free copies of these and other IACB publictions, click here)

Sustainable Tradition: The Beauty of the Northern Sea Otter in Alaska Native Art

Alaska Native Ivory

Alaska Native Art 2021

Tips for Buying Alaska Native Arts & Crafts

Alaska Native Artist Resource Workbook

Grant Writing Handbook for Alaska Native Artists & Organizations



Alaska State Council on the Arts

The CIRI Foundation



Support Authentic American Indian and Alaska Native Art - 2021 Calendar

Support Authentic Alaska Native Art  2020 Calendar