A Tsimshian bentwood box. Photo courtesy A. Davey, Flickr.

Sulianich Art Center

This Kotzebue-based nonprofit provides a space for northwest Alaska artists to make and exhibit their work. Part of the center’s mission is to market artists, and they recently launched a new online store,

Sealaska Heritage Store 

Sealaska Heritage is the regional nonprofit in Southeast that perpetuates Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian cultures. In addition to a beautiful space in downtown Juneau, Sealaska operates an online store.

Alutiiq Museum store 

This museum preserves and shares the culture of the indigenous people of Kodiak and coastal southcentral Alaska. Their store includes the work of local artists. 


Anchorage Museum store 

Check out the “Alaska Native Art” tab on the Anchorage Museum’s online store for work from artists around the state.

Museum of the North store 

This Fairbanks-based museum sells jewelry, baskets, masks, clothing, and other artwork from indigenous makers across Alaska. 



Alexander Deedy formerly worked as the assistant editor and digital content manager for Alaska magazine.

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