The Alaska Native Arts Foundation is a non-profit organization formed to support the Alaska Native art community. The organization was established in 2002 and is headed by Trina Landlord. Its mission is an economic development organization focused on building markets for Alaska Native art and offers programs to empower artists. In addition, the Foundation maintains extensive inventory of Native art and utilitarian, handmade items of all sorts, based on the "subsistence" lifestyle of its makers: walrus ivory carvings, baleen etchings, whalebone sculpture, salmon and halibut skin baskets, caribou antler dolls dressed in traditional sealskin clothing; and wearable art and accessories: jewelry, baskets, traditional "ulu" knives, fur parkas, hats, gloves, mittens, traditional "mukluks", summer

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  • The Alaska Native Arts Foundation is a non-profit organization formed to support the Alaska Native art community. The organization was established in 2002 and is headed by Trina Landlord. Its mission is an economic development organization focused on building markets for Alaska Native art and offers programs to empower artists. In addition, the Foundation maintains extensive inventory of Native art and utilitarian, handmade items of all sorts, based on the "subsistence" lifestyle of its makers: walrus ivory carvings, baleen etchings, whalebone sculpture, salmon and halibut skin baskets, caribou antler dolls dressed in traditional sealskin clothing; and wearable art and accessories: jewelry, baskets, traditional "ulu" knives, fur parkas, hats, gloves, mittens, traditional "mukluks", summer parkas, bolo ties, "scrimshaw" belt buckles, silver, gold and copper jewelry, and hair ornaments. (en)
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  • Board of Directors: (en)
  • (Alvin Amason, Susie Bevins-Ericsen, Da-ka-xeen Mehner, Barbara Overstreet, Mary Sattler, Veronica Slajer, Cheryl Frasca and Georgia Blue) (en)
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  • Perry Eaton, Chair (en)
  • Trina Landlord, (en)
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  • Anchorage, Alaska (en)
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  • The Alaska Native Arts Foundation is a non-profit organization formed to support the Alaska Native art community. The organization was established in 2002 and is headed by Trina Landlord. Its mission is an economic development organization focused on building markets for Alaska Native art and offers programs to empower artists. In addition, the Foundation maintains extensive inventory of Native art and utilitarian, handmade items of all sorts, based on the "subsistence" lifestyle of its makers: walrus ivory carvings, baleen etchings, whalebone sculpture, salmon and halibut skin baskets, caribou antler dolls dressed in traditional sealskin clothing; and wearable art and accessories: jewelry, baskets, traditional "ulu" knives, fur parkas, hats, gloves, mittens, traditional "mukluks", summer (en)
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