The enrollment period for Sealaska scholarship applications will open on Dec. 15 for the 2018-2019 school year. The deadline to apply is March 1, 2018.
SHI is seeking a retail/guest services associate to work at the Sealaska Heritage Store and the Walter Soboleff Building in Juneau and a research associate, who will conduct cultural, historical an
Watch this video short to see an overview about Sealaska Heritage and get a thumbnail sketch on the programs offered by the institute.
In this lecture, John Cloud, an independent historian of geography and cartography, talks about the partnerships between scientists and Alaska Natives that emerged in an effort to map Alaska after
SHI is expanding its award-winning Baby Raven Reads program to nine new communities in Southeast
SHI this week will release a new culturally-based children’s book through its award-winning Baby Rav
SHI sponsors Baby Raven Reads, a program that promotes early-literacy, language development and school readiness
On the day before Thanksgiving, Floyd Dryden Middle School’s gymnasium floor filled with students dancing to a Tlingit song — sung by other students— about respecting elders and community members.
Sealaska Heritage will sponsor a Juried Art Show and Competition, a Juried Youth Art Exhibit and a Native Artists Market during Celebration 2018, scheduled June 6-9.
Sealaska Heritage is accepting applications from dance groups that want to perform at Celebratio
SHI is recruiting teachers and educators in Juneau for its 2018 cultural orientation program.
SHI has signed memorandums of agreement with the University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) and school districts in Juneau, Klawock and Hoonah to teach Northwest Coast (NWC) art, the world-renowned legac
If you missed our lecture on the Tlingit Jilḵáat leader Kaalaxch, the video is now online. Dr.
By Rosita Worl—Nearly 100 years ago, the small town of Santa Fe, New Mexico, held its first Santa Fe Indian Market.
Fifty second-graders watched with wide eyes as Lily Hope talked about urine buckets.