The education and engagement of Kodiak’s citizens is as essential to the Baranov Museum as is Kodiak’s history.  Assisting teachers of our youngest community members through creative programming is one of our most worthy and pleasurable pursuits. As you will discover, the resources offered by the Baranov Museum are abundant, readily available tools for the classroom and beyond.  By exploring our community’s past, with both its burdens as well as its beauties, we can discover a better future for our children, as well as a healthier Kodiak community today. 

Arts & Crafts at the Baranov Museum: Mask Making for Russian New Year.

The Baranov Museum programs include group tours, monthly arts & crafts workshops, monthly storytimes, “History Speaks” professional lectures, community conversations, art workshops, artist/author receptions and musical concerts, and much more.

Fish printing on the Porch was fun in August, 2016.

Volunteer Susan Reid explains the blanket stitch to participants of the holiday Arts & Crafts session in December, 2016.














Programs are available during regular museum hours or through special accommodations made in advance for offsite or after hours requests. For more information or to request a program, please contact:

Natalie Trenery, Curator of Education
(907) 486-5911