Alaska Native Heritage Center


The Alaska Native Heritage Center, a renowned cultural center and museum in Anchorage, is an exciting place where all people can come to expand their understanding of Alaska's first people. Here we share the rich heritage of Alaska's eleven cultural groups drawing upon the lifeways of long ago, the wisdom of our elders, and the traditions that endure. Our cultural center and museum is located in Northeast Anchorage, Alaska is designed to enhance self-esteem among Native people and to encourage cross-cultural exchanges among all people.

Indigenous World Film Festival

The Alaska Native Heritage Center unveils Indigenous films from Alaska, and around the globe, at the Eighth Annual Indigenous World Film Festival. Various filmmakers and producers will be present throughout the event to introduce their films and answer audience questions. Admission is free! Read more.

Alaska Native Playwrights Project: Calling All Alaska Native Artists!

The Alaska Native Heritage Center (ANHC) will host its second annual Alaska Native Playwrights Project (ANPP), designed to identify, train and nurture Alaska Native writers who wish to tell their stories and the stories of their people in theatrical form. More details on how to apply.