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“Spring into Art: 2018 Annual Student Art Show” opened March 23, 2018 with an opening celebration that evening. The show will run until May 3, 2018. Over the last 18 years the Annual Student Art Show has been a great opportunity for the Museum to partner with the Valdez City Schools to help supplement their…
PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release End: February 28, 2018 Valdez Museum & Historical Archive & Juneau-Douglas City Museum to Join Hundreds of Museum professionals for Congressional award to Senator Lisa Murkowski in Washington, DC In February, Michelle Cullen & Patricia Relay from the Valdez Museum & Historical Archive, and Jane Lindsey from the Juneau-Douglas City…
While applying for their PFD online, Alaskans can choose to Pick.Click.Give. in increments of $25. All donations are tax deductible and donors will receive tax documentation from the State once their donations have been processed. Permanent Fund Dividend applications are available from January 1 to March 31, though Alaskans may choose to add or adjust…
In 1901, just three years after thousands of Gold Rushers arrived in Valdez, prospector Joseph Bourke put together a small exhibit of curios that were displayed in various buildings until 1964. These objects are part of the Valdez Museum’s core collection, now numbering approximately 75,000 objects, photographs, and historical documents related to Valdez’s regional history….
Valdez, Alaska, September 12, 2017 – On March 27, 1964, Alaska experienced the largest-ever recorded earthquake in North America. Known as the Good Friday Earthquake, this event caused an underwater landslide that washed away the waterfront area of Valdez and resulted in the loss of 32 lives. As a result of the earthquake, the Valdez…