By Liam Niemeyer, KRBD—The U.S.
An undergraduate student at the Alaska Pacific University who is pursuing a degree in counseling psychology has won Sealaska Heritage Institute’s 2018 Judson L. Brown Leadership Award.
The next Celebration will be held June 10-13, 2020, in Juneau.
A Washington family has donated an exquisite collection of Northwest Coast objects to Sealaska Heritage so that it may be studied by artists and scholars.
By Jacob Resneck, KTOO—The sights and sounds of children being taken from their families by federal immigration agents is reopening decades-old wounds for some Alaska Natives.
I want to express my appreciation to Sen. Lisa Murkowski for opposing the separation of families at the U.S. border and demanding an immediate halt to this “cruel, tragic” practice.
Throughout the third and fourth day of Celebration 2018, dance group leaders spoke of the biennial event as a time of renewal, using their moments at the microphone to share words of support, encou
Only a few children attended the first Celebration in 1982, and Elders worried that the culture might not survive.
Thirty-six years after the first Celebration was held in Juneau at the urging of Elders, representatives of the Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian people gathered on stage at Centennial Hall Wednesday e
Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) has announced the winners of its traditional food contests, held as part of Celebration 2018. The judges rated the entries on taste, color, smell and freshness.
Ten artists have taken top prizes and honorable mentions at Sealaska Heritage Institute’s ninth biennial Juried Art Show and Competition, and 13 young artists also placed in SHI’s second biennial J
Sealaska Heritage recently organized a frontlet carving workshop led by Ray Watkins as part of its Haa Latseen Community Project.
Sealaska Heritage Institute in 2018 opened a new exhibit, Our Grandparents’ Names on the Land, which explores ancient place names and the innovative inventions that were used to catch halibut and s
(Flyer) SHI will open its Juried Youth Art Exhibit next week and announce winners during C
SHI next week will unveil pieces chosen by jurors for its ninth biennial Juried Art Show and Competition, which will include more than 40 works by nearly 30 artists. First held in 2002, the show ha