At the APK showcases events at the Father Andrew P. Kashevaroff State Library, Archives, and Museum that relate to art, history, culture, literature, and education in Alaska. The Alaska Division of Libraries, Archives, and Museums preserves historical books, manuscripts, and state records for study and research, operates the state museums, offers library and information service to state agencies and the Legislature, provides for the orderly management of current state records, operates the Talking Book Center for Alaska, and supports libraries, archives, museums, and cultural centers around the state through professional consultation services.

MUG UP: THE NN CANNERY HISTORY PROJECT

April 4, 2018

Artist talk with Linda Infante Lyons

March 7, 2018

Windows into Heaven: An Artist Talk with Deacon Charles Rohrbacher

February 3, 2018

At the APK: As We See It, A Talk with Guest Curators India Young and Suzanne Fricke

December 8, 2017

AUTHOR TALK – JANET COLLINS

November 9, 2017

MOVING MOUNTAINS WITH ANNETTE BELLAMY

November 9, 2017

THE LITUYA BAY DISASTERS

November 9, 2017

LOST LANGUAGE WITH DANIEL PAPKE

November 9, 2017

LECTURE WITH BEN HUFF

November 9, 2017

ART & LIFE IN THE AFTERMATH with JOAN NAVIYUK KANE, DON REARDEN, VERA STARBARD

November 9, 2017

AN ARTISTS TALK WITH JACKSON POLYS

November 9, 2017

THE WORKING MODELS: SCULPTURES BY ROBERT MURRAY

November 9, 2017

What Shall We Do With Our Heroes? with Ernestine Hayes

November 8, 2017