The Burke Museum's exhibition Alaska-Yukon-Pacific: Indigenous Voices Reply is one project of many in a city-wide commemoration of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition centennial. Other events and projects include:
- Northwest Folklife Festival: Centennial kickoff celebration.
- Museum of History and Industry: Photographing the Fair: The AYPE Photos of Frank Nowell exhibition, Discovering A-Y-P: A Community Research Project workshop series, and more.
- Washington State Historical Society & Museum: Columbia Magazine article series on AYPE, Votes for Women conference.
- Seattle Public Library: AYPE searchable digital collection.
- Nordic Heritage Museum: Nordics and Seattle’s First World’s Fair: Celebrating the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition exhibition.
- Center for Wooden Boats: Spring Cruise on Lake Union (lecture on AYPE and discussion of changes on the lake since 1909).
- History Ink/HistoryLink.org: AYPE cyber tour, AYPE picture and timeline book, and more.
- Seattle Channel: Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition: The Documentary.
- University of Washington Libraries Special Collections: Online finding aids for Frank Nowell photos and more.
- Igorot Village Revisited at Pagdiriwang: The true culture and history of the Phillipine mountain tribes, Benguet, Ifugao, Bontoc, Apayao and Kalinga (BIBAK), will be showcased at a recreation of the 1909 Igorot Village at Pagdiriwang, the annual celebration of the arts and culture of the Philippines.
For more city events, vist www.ayp100.org
Garrett Jackson (Tlingit), 2009, wood, paint, fur