"Communities, Disaster & Change" is a traveling exhibition coordinated by the Valdez Museum and Historical Archive, in Valdez, Alaska. It provides a twist on the fiftieth anniversary of the Good Friday Earthquake commemoration through its connection with other communities and other disasters. The exhibit will travel around the state as well as to Oregon, and Hawaii. The full travel schedule and complete online gallery of the exhibit can be seen here.

This blog serves as a place to host a global conversation about the indomitable nature of the human spirit and communities' reactions to change, how they survive disaster and how they rebuild for the future. We hope this can be a tool for people like you, all across the world, to reach out and share your stories on survival and the will to carry on.

If you have seen the exhibit whether online or in person we want to know your reaction to the work of these twenty-eight Alaskan artists. Please join us in an ongoing conversation, and chime in with your thoughts, views and your personal stories of your community, disaster, and change.

23 October 2015

CDC at the Juneau-Douglas Museum

CDC Crates arrive at the Juneau-Douglas Museum
 CDC is back in Alaska after it's long journey to Gallery Iolani, Winward College in Honolulu and Coos Bay Museum, Oregon!! Communities, Disaster & Change, our traveling exhibition, has one final stop in Juneau, AK. CDC has been traveling for a year! The show will be featured at the Juneau-Douglas Museum October 18th to October 30th.  Please, check it out! This is your last opportunity to experience this amazing show. Stay tuned for more pictures of Juneau-Douglas opening reception.

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