Join us February 5 – May 29, 2021 for our newest special exhibit, Familiar Faces: Portraits of Community. During an era of social distancing, this exhibit provides visitors the opportunity to ‘meet’ our neighbors and community members throughout history, with up-close observations of individuals and the stories that surround them. Familiar Faces features special content by guest community members Joshua Veldstra, Christina Whiting, and Clark Fair, and draws on the Pratt Museum’s permanent collections to illustrate the deeper stories behind – and beyond – these seemingly simple images. We hope you take an opportunity to discover the soul of our community portrayed in this exhibit, and explore what portraits can reveal about the people of Kachemak Bay.
To support public efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19, the Pratt Museum is closed effective Monday, March 16, through Monday, March 30.
As an organization founded by and for community, our highest priority is to protect and support community. We thank our friends, partners, visitors, members, staff and volunteers for your support as we all we all do our part to help ensure a safe and healthy environment.
We will continue to monitor this situation and to act in accordance with the recommendations of health officials and local, state and federal authorities. We will announce any changes via our regular communication channels including our website and social media.
In Homer, more information on COVID-19 may be found through the City of Homer.
More information on COVID-19 may also be found through the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Alaska Department of Health and social Services.