ALASKA Projects is a Sydney based Artist Run Initiative established in 2011.
To date ALASKA’s achievements are born out of our core objective to support artists to realise dynamic and innovative work. A commitment to diversity is at the centre of ALASKA’s philosophy.
Since opening ALASKA has presented over 150 exhibitions showcasing a diverse range of emerging, established and experimental Australian arts practice. In addition to its Sydney projects, ALASKA has presented several exhibitions interstate. Internationally, ALASKA has staged exhibitions in New Orleans (Good Children, 2012), Los Angeles (Werkärtz) Gallery, 2014) and Christchurch (Dog Park, 2014) and participated in the London Art Fair (2018) as part of the curated Projects section which saw nine international galleries invited by curator Misal Adnan Yıldız to stage stands solely representing female identified artists.
We have partnered with key arts organisations that include; MCA, AGNSW, MoNA, Kaldor Public Art Projects, Sydney Contemporary, Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, Art Month Sydney, Safari and Performance Space. ALASKA has also collaborated with fashion label Romance was Born, The University of Technology Sydney, UNSW Art & Design, FBi Radio, Sydney Film Festival, National Writers Festival, Musica Viva, Louis Vuitton, Blvgari and the Sydney Symphony. In 2013 ALASKA Projects received an FBi SMAC award for most innovative use of space in Sydney and was again nominated for Best Arts Program.
ALASKA is proud to be on Gadigal Land