Stop by this Friday for Gallery Walk. We’ll have featured artists, dance performances, a traditional games demonstration, an art show, and more.
SHI is expanding its award-winning early literacy program, Baby Raven Reads, to Anchorage through a partnership with the Alaska Native Heritage Center (ANHC). Through the expansion, SHI a
SHI will sponsor a free lecture on Dec.
Sealaska Heritage will sponsor a class in Angoon with Tlingit artist Donald Gregory on how to make copper tináas, an ancient symbol of wealth. Students will learn how to make one tináa pendant
Sealaska Heritage Institute is going through a significant expansion, so we have a lot of new openings. If you have ever thought about working at SHI, now is the time to apply!
SHI sponsored a lecture on the history of the T’aḵdeintaan clan. The lecture was given by Tlingit Ken Kaax̱ḵaatuklag̱é Grant, who is the spokesperson for the clan and th
SHI has digitized and posted online video of Celebrat
SHI will sponsor a class on how to make moccasins with Tlingit teacher Carmaleeda Estrada in Anchorage from Dec.
SHI is offering spring 2023 scholarships to undergraduate or graduate students who are pursuing arts and science degrees with a focus in studio arts, performing arts, cinematic arts and techno
SHI, partnership with Chilkoot Indian Association of Haines, will sponsor an in-person, beginning class on how to weave Northwest Coast baskets taught by Aanutein Debbie Head. Anyone with proo
SHI sponsored a panel discussion on the painful closure 60 years ago of a church ministered by the late Tlingit spiritual leader Walter Kaajaakwtí Soboleff and the church’s recen
We still have space in our in-person, beginning class on how to weave Northwest Coast baskets with Aanutein Debbie Head at the Sealaska Heritage Arts Campus. SHIwill cover the $150 supply fee,
Are you an adult who works in a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) career field?
SHI has extended the application deadline and class dates for its class on how to carve Tlingit masks with Tlingit teacher Mick Beasley. New dates are Nov. 12-Dec.
SHI will sponsor a class with Tlingit artist Donald Gregory on how to make copper tináas, an ancient symbol of wealth. Students will learn how to make one tináa pendant and a pair of matching