Yup’ik culture bearer and musician Qacung Blanchett received numerous notable recognitions in late 2021 and early 2022.
Indigenous people across Alaska used grass to weave baskets that are both masterpieces of art and useful tools.
A Yup’ik college student discovered an environmentally friendly way to use microbes to extract valuable rare earth elements.
An atasuaq is a tiny parka made with bird skins that Yup’ik mothers would use to keep their infants warm.
Golga Oscar, a Yup’ik artist from Kasigluk, blends traditional and contemporary material. He made a sealskin medicine bag over a month during the pandemic.