Each year, The Northern Alaska Environmental Center chooses an artist whose work embodies the spirit of Northern Alaska, and features an original work on publicity materials. For our 50th anniversary, we featured two carved and painted wood panels by Sara Tabbert (“Spruce Burn” shown above).

Like last year, we’re looking for an original piece by an Alaska artist to be featured on our event publicity and fundraising materials throughout 2022, with the original being auctioned in the fall/winter. The featured artist will be compensated and a contract will be negotiated individually with the selected artist.

How to Be Considered

If you’re a visual artist interested in contributing an original work this year, please send your CV and links to your website and social media to events coordinator Christin Swearingen at events@northern.org by January 28.  Feel free to contact us with any questions.

About the Northern Center

Since 1971 The Northern Alaska Environmental Center has promoted  conservation of the environment and sustainable resource stewardship in Interior and Arctic Alaska through education and advocacy.

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