By Rosita Worl—Nearly 100 years ago, the small town of Santa Fe, New Mexico, held its first Santa Fe Indian Market.
SHI will donate eight, large panels depicting ancient Southeast Alaska Native core cultural values to Floyd Dryden Middle School in a ceremony planned for next week.
Fifty second-graders watched with wide eyes as Lily Hope talked about urine buckets.
Within the next year, SHI is planning to offer one or more mountain goat horn spoon mentor-apprenticeships to experienced carvers in Southeast Alaska, and we need your help to determine how to best
Six different historic maps by Alaska Natives inspired one independent historian to look into the significance of Alaska’s pre-statehood cartography.
In commemoration of Veterans Day, we offer this roundup of videos honoring Alaska Native veterans, including Tlingit code talkers, and traditional warriors.
Sealaska Heritage is accepting applications from dance groups that want to perform at Celebratio
Navajo code talkers have long been recognized for the crucial part they played in World War II.
SHI held its first of two November lectures Wednesday in recognition of Native American Heritage Month. Dr.
The major issues facing artists today and possible solutions include patience—taking time to learn from the Old Masters. Taking time to establish oneself in creating your own market.
The deadline is Nov. 27 for claimants in the Cobell vs. Salazar Settlement who are on the “Whereabouts Unknown” list to supply information to the claims administrators.
SHI is sponsoring a Native Youth Olympics program for all Juneau high school students in an effort to create a team to compete in the state championship for the first time in nearly 30 years. The p
SHI is expanding its award-winning Baby Raven Reads program to nine new communities in Southeast Alaska in an effort to promote early literacy, language development and school readiness in Alaska N
SHI this month will open the Walter Soboleff Building to all second-grade students in the Juneau School District as part of a national program to provide experiences and learning in the arts to all
The indigenous music group A Tribe Called Red rocked the house in Juneau this month through a performance sponsored by SHI, the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council (JAHC) and KTOO. This photo series