Museums - Programs & Events

Museum Middays

A series of Museum presentations and programs for your lunch hour.

Upcoming Museum Midday VIRTUAL events:

Thursday, May 6, 2021 @ noon
This Place Matters
 Panel presentation in celebration of National Preservation Month.

2021 Museum Midday VIRTUAL events:

Thursday, January 14, 2021 (Watch Now)
Mapping the Landscape
 Curator of Exhibits Ryan McHale and Graduate student Brandon Castle (University of Washington, Museology) present a new exhibit at the Totem Heritage Center that re-centers Indigenous place names on the map reasserting the continued presence and sovereignty of Indigenous Peoples.

Thursday, February 4, 2021 (Watch Now)
The History and Future of Ketchikan’s Wearable Art Show
 Reflections with wearable artists and event coordinators on one of Ketchikan’s most vibrant traditions.

Thursday, March 4, 2021 (Watch Now)
Captured in Time
 Ketchikan Daily News photojournalists past (Hall Anderson, Taylor Balkom) and present (Dustin Safranek) discuss how images tell stories and create a photographic record of our collective history.

Thursday, April 1, 2021 (Watch Now)
Slowing Life Down, Frame by Frame
 Brooke Ratzat photograpghy

Want to see a selection of past Museum Middays?  Check out our Vimeo page for videos!