The Museum of the Aleutians is a cultural history institution for the Aleutian Islands and the community of Unalaska. The museum opened its door in 1999 with the mission to collect, preserve and share the rich cultural legacy of the Aleutian Islands region. Through actively growing Unangax, Russian-American, WWII, and local art collections, the museum provides stimulating permanent and changing exhibits, as well as a home to researchers, visitors, and community members.
In the Spring, the Aleutian Arts Council hosts an annual Community Art Show in the Museum with artists who live or have lived in the Aleutian Islands. Check with the Aleutian Arts Council and sign up to take part in the online auction.