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Founded in 2010 - "The Alaska Paleo-Project" is a non-profit, educational, hands-on public outreach and exhibition of works in progress. Painted and sculpted on location and in large public venues, this event features the flora and fauna of ancient Alaska and is designed to help raise public awareness of Alaska’s fantastic paleontological past, foster new knowledge of subject and encourage public participation in the hands on processes of creating a large scale piece of original art.
The Alaska Paleo-Project provides a hands-on educational traveling natural history museum exhibt featuring actual fossils, original art, casts and reproductions from Alaska's pre-history. Each project offers new opportunities to share new scientific discoveries and educate the public to the wonders of Alaska's ancient past.
The Alaska Paleo-Project provides hands-on educational programs that offer insight into the process of creating large scale museum works as well as providing access to the worlds top scientists for a complete "art meets science" experience. We are avaialble for field trips, school events and in-studio tours and exhibits.
*NEW! In addition, due to Covid protocals, we will soon have virtual tours and classes as well as aworking web cam to watch the progress of the new W.I.P "Arctic Nomad."
You can also check out or Facebook page @alaskapaleoproject
Inspiring and touching lives since 2010!
This event is also designed to celebrate Alaska’s dedicated professionals that continue the mission of bringing Alaska ancient past to life and the many wonderful local museums. Scientists, museum staff, and paleontologists are to speak in relation to the project as they develop. We work closely with the worlds top Scientists and experts to bring to life an accurate, authentic portrait based on current science of what the animals should look like. Our scientific advisors explain and descibe through thier own words the current data and scientific discriptions both old and new.
Scientific advisor Dr. Pat Druckenmiller, UAF Museum of the North, describes the Nanuqsaurus.
On location - new Alaskan mosasaur discovery!
Video documentaries created and produced by the artsit " first person" from the very start of every project. The bi-weekly videos document artist James Havens and the Havens Studio team on location in the studio as well as Alaska's rugged wilderness. Join the expeditons with paleontologists and proffesional rock hounds to unravel ancient mysteries of brand new discoveries. Learn insights from the worlds top scientists and watch as the project develops and evolves step-by-step into what will one day become a finished large scale art installation and museum exhibit combining the most advanced technology, science with the most traditional of hands-on sculpture and painting.
Come with us as we explore Alaska's ancient past!
The first part of the 2019 / 2020 project is wrapping up!
JESSE PRUITT / Buzzsaw Studio - Special thanks to Jesse Pruitt for his brilliant skull reconstructions and digital printing. He's the best in the business and is a must for this type of project. Checkout his world famous "Buzzsaw Studio!"
DAVE CAVITT / FURNATURE ENTERPRISES of ALASKA Inc.- Special thanks to Dave Cavitt and the entire mall crew for their support and providing exceptional exhibt spaces for the Alaska Paleo-Project pop-up educational exhibitions over these many seasons.
PAT DRUCKENMILLER / UAF Museum of the North - Special thanks to Pat for being our scientific advisor over these many years and providing many of the hands on exhibit items within Alaska Paleo-Project exhibts.
THANK YOU - to all the contributers (to many to list ) over these many years - you know who you are and are very much appriciated - thank you!
AND TO YOU OUR SUPPORTERS AND FOLLOWERS: THANK YOU!
Jesse Pruitt 3D digital expert / Buzzsaw Studio
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