Roger Gentry of the Alaska Arts Confluence, right, rakes up the long grass while summer intern Braden Foster jots down notes at the burned-out barracks site on Tuesday, June 25, 2019. The nonprofit is leasing the property from the Port Chilkoot Company to develop a sculpture garden.
Movement at the Fort Seward Sculpture Garden
Things are stirring at the Fort Seward sculpture garden.
The garden was created in 2014 with funding from the ArtPlace America Foundation on the foundations of an old barracks building, which burned do...
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