Sealaska Heritage

ART RESOURCES

Opportunities
classes/markets/shows

SHI regularly offers opportunities, such as Northwest Coast art workshops, mentor-apprentice programs, art markets and an artist-in-residencies. The institute also sponsors a biennial Juried Art Show and Competition and Juried Youth Art Exhibit and sells art through the Sealaska Heritage Store.

Instructional
Kit & Curricula

SHI offers materials to teach Northwest Coast art, including an online textbook, flash cards and curriculum boards.

Instructional
Books & Video

SHI published the three-book series Tlingit Wood Carving, which includes step-by-step instructions on how to make a Tlingit tray, hat and mask. SHI also has posted numerous videos online, including a two-day formline workshop taught by Steve Brown.

Instructional
Lecture Videos

Watch lectures on Northwest Coast art by renowned Native artists and scholars, including Robert Davidson, Delores Churchill and David Boxley.

Resources
Art Supplies

Find out where to get Northwest Coast art supplies, such as jewelry products, carving tools, robe weaving kits and weaving materials.

Studies
Research & Laws

SHI has compiled legal information, including facts about how the federal migratory bird policy affects Alaska Natives. This section also has a link to the survey Sealaska Heritage Institute: Assessing the Vitality of Our Traditional Art Forms.

 

ART RESOURCES


Opportunities


Northwest Coast Formline Design Art Kit


How-To Books

Instructional Videos


Lecture Videos


Art Supplies


Research

Legal Information

 

 

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