The Morning Interview

SJ Museum’s Winter Lecture Series gets underway


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Yupik artist Peter Williams and Mary Boose, with Friends of the Sheldon Jackson Museum, discuss plans for this winter’s lecture series at the museum. Williams talks about how his identity as an Alaska Native is intertwined with life as a hunter and artist.

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