SHI, in partnership with the T’a̱kdeintaan Clan, Mt.
Sealaska Heritage will sponsor horn-carving workshps in Sitka, Ketchikan and Juneau to in an effort to ensure the endangered art of goat horn spoon carving are passed on to future generations.
Sealaska Heritage will sponsor a formline class in Hoonah taught by the award-winning artist David A.
By Alex McCarthy, Juneau Empire—This week, educators from all around Alaska and the world will be in Juneau for a conference to learn more about culturally aware approaches in classrooms.
By Alex McCarthy, Juneau Empire—Years ago, Hans Chester watched as the late Tlingit scholar Nora Keixwnéi Dauenhauer wove a spruce-root basket.
SHI will kick off its second education conference next week for educator
See highlights of Sealaska Heritage Institute's activities in 2017 including an art auction, new children's books, exhibits and more!
SHI is teaming with a world travel company to document on video how to harvest and prepare spruce roots and do spruce-root weaving, an ancient Northwest Coast art practice that is considered to be
Sealaska Heritage will sponsor a Gumboot Camp in juneau from July 23-27 for Alaska Native children ages 4 and 5.
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.