Showing 1-9 of 102
This talk considers the complexities of the New Deal program and highlights several poles restored by the Civilian Conservation Corps.
A free webinar on the state of contemporary Native art and the issues involved in ethical curation.
Makah artist Alexander Swiftwater McCarty will discuss how the Ozette village artifacts influence his work as a contemporary Native artist and carver.
Join Tony A. (naschio) Johnson (Chinook) as he tells the stories represented in his art installation, Guests from the Great River.
Virtual all-ages program for families
Virtual program for schools
The "Clean-Up Veterans" experiences are not often acknowledged or understood.
A new outdoor installation called Guests of the Great River greets guests as you arrive at the museum’s east entrance.
Gonzalez is the 14th curator at the Burke, and joins Dr. Peter Lape as the second curator of archaeology at the museum.
Host your one-of-a-kind gathering at the Burke Museum and give your guests an experience they'll never forget.
Experience even more. A membership pays for itself in 3 visits!
Continue to general admission tickets page.