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Nicholas Galanin: The State of Being, Displaced
State Museum posts two exhibits online 091113 NEWS 1 Capital City Weekly Nicholas Galanin: The State of Being, Displaced
Wednesday, September 11, 2013

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State Museum posts two exhibits online

Nicholas Galanin: The State of Being, Displaced

Nick Galanin, a Sitka-born Tlingit artist, understands that being part Alaska Native and part non-Native means that his world cannot be so clearly defined. Through his different mediums of art, such as video, monotype, prints, masks and paper, Nick expresses himself and the intertwined cultures in which he was raised. His exhibit may be viewed at http://museums.alaska.gov/online_exhibits/nick_galanin_2013.html.

Tommy Joseph: Rainforest Warriors

Tommy Joseph is a Tlingit artist who has been carving since the third grade. Amongst his carvings, Tommy has carved a lot of Tlingit armor that is representative of the Battle of 1804 that took place in Sitka. He has an exhibit on display at ASM and online at http://museums.alaska.gov/online_exhibits/tommy_joseph_2013.html.


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