Meet artist James Haven who creates scientifically accurate life-size sculptures and paintings of our ancient Alaskan past, and examine the relationships between fur, feathers and fashion in a contemporary landscape. Exhibit on-going.
NEW EVENING COURSE Illustrating Science & Nature 6 to 9pm Wednesdays, Oct 21 - Dec 2 (no class on 11/25) $120 member/$135 non-member Explore techniques necessary for illustrating scientific subjects and their environments. Draw inspiration from the museum's collections and specimens. This six-week art study will highlight a variety of illustration styles and mediums. Space is limited. Intended for 16+ with all supplies included.
Meet the instructor, Sam Harper Sam holds a Bachelors Degree in Marine Biology and a Minor in Studio Arts from the Humboldt State University located in Northern California, as well as, an Associates Degree from the Colorado Film School.
Register by calling 274-2400 Location: 201 N Bragaw, 99508
The Alaska Museum of Science & Nature is looking for volunteers to help us tell our story. We are looking for individuals who have a thrist for knowledge about the natural world. If you are interested, complete an application and email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions or want a tour of the museum, call 907-274-2400 to schedule a time.
Our new pterosaur is here!!! Come see our 26 foot pterosaur sculpture, a James Havens creation! And while you're here, check out the newest dinosaur painting from James Havens, the Pachyrhinosaurus Perotorum, Alaska’s very own horned dinosaur, while it is being housed at the museum.