Bunnell Street Arts Center’s collaboration with Alaska Native artists begins yearlong tour


Homer’s Bunnell Street Arts Center opened a national tour, “Protection: Adaptation and Resistance,” at the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation in Portland, Oregon, on Friday, May 19.

Several participating artists from Alaska joined curator Asia Freeman for the opening event. Artists visiting Portland included Lily Hope, Dimi Macheras, Holly Nordlum, Linda Starbard, Katelyn Stiles, Elli Tansy and Amber Webb. There are a total of 52 artists in the show.

Event details on the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation website provides more information on the attending artists. Lily Hope was born and raised in Juneau. She is Tlingit Indian, of the Raven moiety. Following her matrilineal line, she’s of her

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