Alaska Native Art Display

The Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport has partnered with the Alaska State Council on the Arts to present one of the finest collections of current period Alaska Native art in the world. The “Art in Public Places” art gallery is located in two areas: the main collection on the Mezzanine of the C Concourse, in the Sleeping Lady Lounge, and the light sensitive art pieces are located in the “Northern Lights Corridor” (connecting the terminal with the railroad and rental car facilities).

Visitors are also invited to view the airport art collection online through two “Art at the Airport” kiosks. One kiosk is located at the bottom of the main escalators outside security. The second kiosk is located adjacent to Starbucks inside security on the C Concourse. The kiosks provide information about selected art pieces, with maps indicating the location of art in all terminals.

GARAGE UPDATE: The airport parking garage is operating at 50% reduced capacity until October 2023 as maintenance work is completed. Travelers are encouraged to allow extra time when arriving to utilize offsite parking if needed (learn more). Motorists looking for their vehicle moved due to the construction, or any other parking issue, can call Republic Parking at 907-677-1074.