Beringia Center of Culture and Science - Nome
In October of 2011, the Beringia Center of Culture and Science hired ExhibitAK to create a traveling exhibition of harpoon artifacts from their collection. In order to complete the process, ExhibitAK presented to the Cultural Advisory Committee and asked for traditional knowledge and ideas for the exhibition. ExhibitAK designed and built a small exhibit that traveled to the village of Elim, Alaska, where it was set up for a one-day event in both the school and the City Hall building. The village of Elim was invited to the exhibition, and 65 residents attended. ExhibitAK was subsequently hired to create two other traveling exhibitions: one for Wales in August of 2012, and Fancy Clothing that was exhibited in Nome in the Spring of 2014.