The Art in the Arctic Art Show celebrates wildlife and their habitats as a legacy of environmental conservation and National Wildlife Refuge management in Alaska.
Held annually in Fairbanks, this Art Show celebrates Alaska’s northern National Wildlife Refuges. The scale, expanse, and wildness of Alaska’s Refuges distinguish them from most other Refuges in the National Wildlife Refuge System. This year’s show celebrates how these vast tracts of public lands are open to all Americans to use and enjoy. Hunting, fishing, hiking, wildlife viewing, river-floating, photography – these are just a few examples of activities we can all pursue on Alaska’s National Wildlife Refuges. Through art, we will showcase the myriad recreational opportunities supported by these iconic public lands.
This event is co-hosted by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, WildLandscapes International, the National Wildlife Refuge Association, and the Friends of Alaska National Wildlife Refuges.
Exhibition: Artwork will remain on exhibit at Venue for about one month.