SHI today launched the construction phase of its Sealaska Heritage Arts Campus, putting it one step closer to making Juneau the Northwest Coast arts capital of the world. Today marked a proud
SHI will sponsor a free weekly lecture series in September to acquaint the public with culturally-responsive education in Southeast Alaska and delve into the educational system as perceived through
SHI is seeking an art administrative assistant to provide support on art projects; a human resources & finance administrative assistant, who will be responsible for providing support to th
SHI has won a federal grant to process and make available a large archives left by the late scholars Richard Xwaayeenák̲ and Nora Ḵeixwnéi Dauenhauer, who played a critical role in documentin
The family of the late Tlingit traditional scholar and master storyteller Cyril George, Sr., has donated a vast photo collection to Sealaska Heritage that documents 75 years of Alaska Native life a
Sealaska Heritage has recruited 18 Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian scholars to revitalize and perpetuate Southeast Alaska Native languages through a program at the University of Alaska Southeast (UAS)
SHI is recruiting Juneau School District elementary school teachers, support staff and administrators to participate in its cultural orientation program, which aims to incorporate Native world view
The University of Alaska Southeast, in partnership with Sealaska Heritage, for the first time is offering a new Associate of Arts (AA) degree with an emphasis on Northwest Coast arts. The unde
A Seattle resident has donated a collection of books on Northwest Coast (NWC) art to the Sealaska Heritage library. Lesley Jacobs, who studied NWC art under the formline design scholar Bill Ho
SHI has acquired a vast and important collection of books and research materials on the Northwest Coast, Sub-Arctic and Arctic culture areas. The collection, which was largely donated to
The year 2019 was a fast-paced one for Sealaska Heritage as we launched our campaign for the Sealaska Heritage Arts Campus, opened two new public exhibits and published three more Baby Raven Reads
A well-known Tlingit weaver donated a remarkable Chilkat mask to Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) this week at a ceremony in SHI’s clan house. Juneau artist Lily Hope wove the mask as a nod t
In this edition of Q&A, SHI President Rosita Worl responds to the question: "What is your position on the petition to remove the Seward statue in Juneau?"
SHI has chosen two Native graduate students for its 2020 Judson L.