The Sheldon Jackson Museum in Sitka is working on an interpretive plan for their exhibits. Part of a reaccreditation project, SJM has been wanting to take a good look at their galleries for some time. The collections highlight a complex story that involves Alaska Native artwork and culture, boarding schools and colonization, and the museum’s role of collecting and preserving art. It is important to us to hear from visitors, artists, stakeholders, and the local and broader Alaska Native community. Thank you for providing your input.