Through a combination of art, history and science the Anchorage Museum brings the best of Alaska to the world and the best of the world to Alaska. An integral part of an expanding Anchorage Museum, the Arctic Studies Center is comprised of over six hundred rare Native Alaskan objects on loan from the Smithsonian Institute. Many of these Alaskan artifacts are being displayed for the first time anywhere in the world in more than 150 years.
Using technology to learn the past
As the first arrangement of its kind, kubik was honoured to play a role in this historic return and exhibition of Alaskan culture. Through the use of touchscreens, visitors are able to learn and explore a vast array of artifacts ranging from garments like an 1893 Tlingit war helmet from the southeast Alaska village of Taku to large native-built canoes.
For more information on this project, or if you’re interested in working with us, please contact Executive Vice President of Maltbie Gary Brooks