State to host community workshop for Statewide Library Archives Museum project

The design team and the State of Alaska will be hosting an open forum workshop for the Statewide Library Archives Museum project at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 2 in the upstairs gallery at the Alaska State Museum in Juneau.

According to a release from the state, design documents are nearing completion and construction is just around the corner. The public is invited to a presentation of design renderings, a review of innovations in energy efficiency and a workshop on exhibits. Participants will learn more about on-site activity and hear about the new “eagle tree.”

For additional information contact Brian Meissner via email at or by phone at 907-561-5543. Additional project information may also be found at


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