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The Nunalleq Culture and Archaeology Center needs your help!

October 5, 2018

It is now close to two months since the grand opening of the Nunalleq Culture and Archaeology Center in Quinhagak. Those of you who have followed the project on the blog knows what treasures it holds – but to those of you new to the site; this is the largest collection of Yup’ik archaeological material in the world with over 60,000 artefacts – everything from precious amber jewelry and ivory artwork to anonymous wooden sticks. This Native owned and Native curated collection hosed in the Culture center run by the non-profit organisation Quinhagak Heritage Inc. In addition to being an archaeological repository and research facility, this is also a cultural education center, and museum, aiming to keep it’s door open to community members as well as visitors to the community. With your support we can make sure this happens!

Donate to the Centre by clicking the yellow button to the right of this post  Don't Delay: Offer More Value to Generate More Cash for ... or by following the link to the GoFundMe-campaign for the Culture Center.

By donating to Quinhagak Heritage Inc., you’ll help towards paying utility bills of the Center, build exhibit cases, purchase much-needed conservation lab supplies, support craft workshops and other cultural- and educational activities, and so forth.

Every dollar counts, any kind of support is welcomed – however small!

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Warren Jones and Grace Hill cutting the ribbon to the Culture Center

Quyana – Thank you!

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