The Anchorage Museum of Art hosted a wonderful exhibit of Yupik art and culture. The Yupik people live on the western edge of Alaska and have lived off the land for thousands of years. These photos show art as well as survival methods and equipment.
Hat worn during seal hunts so that when you popped your head up over the ice flows to spot a seal, the seals wouldn’t see you since your head looked like a piece of ice.
Coat of skins.
Spirit mask costume.
Internal skeleton of the kayak.
Kayak made from seal skin.