This project consisted of the installation of two murals that showcase historical information on the Alutiiq people that inhabited the region around Resurrection Bay.
The first mural design depicts the Resurrection Bay watershed and the three village locations that were inhabited by Alutiiq speaking people known as Unegkurmiut. These people were the ancestors of the Native people now living in the communities of Port Graham and Nanwalek. The territory of the Unegkurmiut embraced the entire south coast of the Kenai Peninsula including Resurrection Bay. According to anthropologist Frederica de Laguna, three villages existed in the immediate vicinity of Seward.
The second mural depicts the traditional subsistence food sources for the Native people of Southcentral Alaska. The purpose of this project is to educate the local community and tourists on the history and culture of the Native people who inhabited the land.