Caring for Art at the Museum

Artist Robert Tucker holding “Esquire of the Sea”, 2005-1-1. The Kodiak History Museum cares for hundreds of artworks. It is our job to collect and preserve information about each artwork and make it accessible for years to come.Each artwork in KHM’s...

Temporary Exhibit Model

In Spring 2022, the Kodiak History Museum debuted a new model for our temporary exhibit gallery. This blog post contains all you need to know about our new temporary exhibit program, how to be involved in the exhibit process, and any other facts! The Program KHM’s...

DC Blog Post

Cama’i and welcome to KHM’s new blog! My name is Lynn, and I am KHM’s Curator. This summer, I was privileged to participate in the Summer Institute in Museum Anthropology (SIMA) at the National Museum of Natural History. This program is centered on preparing graduate...

Long Haul Reflection

The Long Haul began in December 2021as part of KHM’s preparations for a new exhibit about the COVID-19 pandemic –Making History, Day by Day: Kodiak, Our Stories, and the COVID-19 Pandemic. KHM sought to initiate a conversation about how the pandemic impacted and...

Talk of the Rock – Kodiak Collective

KMXT’s Dylan Simard is joined by Lynn Walker, Sarah Loewen Danelski, and Natasha Zahn Pristas to discuss the Kodiak Collective art installation.