Monthly Archives: May 2015

Walter Soboleff Center

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The Walter Soboleff Center opens Friday, May 15th in Juneau, Alaska. The Center, named after Tlingit leader Dr. Walter Soboleff, will be home to the Sealaska Heritage offices, an exhibition space, an artist in residence studio, as well as three monumental works by Preston Singletary, David A. and David R. Boxley, and Robert Davidson.

Alison Bremner was fortunate and honored to have worked on two of the major screens by Singletary and the Boxleys. The art pieces will be unveiled as part of the opening celebration.

In addition, Bremner’s rattle “Generations” will be on display inside the Center’s clan house.

For more information, visit:

8:30 AM
Walter Soboleff Center
Juneau, Alaska



Yakutat Tern Festival

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Alison Bremner is pleased to be the featured artist at the 2015 Yakutat Tern Festival. Bremner will be leading workshops for youth and adults, as well as unveiling several new works for display.

The mission of the festival is to highlight the natural and cultural resources of Yakutat and to stimulate the local economy by hosting a festival celebrating Aleutian Terns. Participants of the festival will enjoy birding activities, natural history field trips, art exhibits, educational events for youth and adults, Native cultural presentations and more.

For more information on the Yakutat Tern Festival, visit

May 28-31, 2015
Yakutat, AK

Bellingham National 2015

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Three of Alison Bremner’s works will be included in the upcoming Bellingham National 2015 exhibition at the Whatcom Museum. The exhibition will be juried by Scott Lawrimore, director of the University of Washington’s Jacob Lawrence Gallery.

“There is a strong undercurrent of social justice, gender identity, ecological, human rights, and other political issues running through the exhibition,” said Lawrimore.

May 31 – September 6, 2015
Whatcom Museum Lightcatcher Building
Bellingham, WA