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Denali National Park & Preserve

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Artists have had a major impact on the creation and development of America's national parks from the beginning of the national park movement. Similar to Thomas Moran’s contribution to the creation of America’s first national park, the painter Belmore Browne was a strong advocate for the establishment of Mt. McKinley National Park, now known as Denali National Park, in 1917. Since then artists and writers have continued to contribute to the celebration and preservation of Alaska’s public lands.

Over the years, many artists have supported the park and worked within its landscape to create powerful works that have merit not only as beautiful objects but also as important tools for interpreting the park natural history and its complex ecosystems. Denali National Park now has one of the premier artist-in-residence programs in the U.S. park system.

Location

Denali, Alaska: United States