Carving. Basketry. Sewing. And the fundamentals of formline. See how our programs support novices and masters alike.
The dancing. The food. The art. The connection.
It's all coming during Celebration 2016.
When it comes to our languages,
no one should have the last word.
Sealaska Heritage has a host of free, online language resources, including dictionaries, interactive tools and curriculum.
We support K-12 educators across Southeast Alaska with curricula for Native languages and culturally integrated core subjects.
SHI is seeking artists to demonstrate and sell their work in the Walter Soboleff Building during the First Friday of each month in Juneau.
Fill out our survey and get timely notices about art opportunities, including markets, selling your work through Sealaska Heritage, teaching, grants and workshops.
If you missed our recent lecture, “The Sitka Tlingit and the Pacific Northwest Gun Frontier” by Dr. David Silverman, you can now watch it online.
If you missed our recent lecture, “Onward Christian Soldiers: Situating the Writings of the Alaska Native Brotherhood/Sisterhood within a Longstanding Indigenous Literary Tradition” by Ph.D. candidate Michael Taylor, you can now watch it online.