Join our in-person or virtual dialogue to share your thoughts and ideas for the future of the Tlingit Culture, Language, and Literacy (TCLL) Program at one of our upcoming community dialo
The Presbyterian Church (USA), Northwest Coast Presbytery, and Ḵunéix̱ Hídi Northern Light United Church will make a formal apology Oct. 7-9 for the racist closure of the Rev. Dr.
Sealaska Heritage will sponsor an in-person, hand skin-sewing workshop in Kake with teacher Scott Jackson from Nov. 2-5. Space is limited.
SHI, in partnership with the University of Alaska Southeast, will offer copper engraving class Nov. 5-19, with teacher Abel Ryan. This is a beginner’s level course and offered for UAS credit.
SHI and the University of Alaska Southeast are seeking students to participate in 30-minute interviews about their experience in Northwest Coast Art courses at UAS. Your feedback will hel
SHI, in partnership with the University of Southeast Alaska, will sponsor a bentwood box making class for intermediate and advanced carvers from Oct.
Sealaska Heritage will sponsor a class on how to make moccasins with Tlingit teacher Jennie Wheeler in Juneau from Oct.
SHI sponsored a lecture by George Holly and Lorrie Heagy on methods used to teach the Lingít language and culture through music at Sítʼ Eetí Shaanax̱ Glacier Valley and Kax̱dig̱oowu Héen Eleme
SHI sponsored a free lecture by Shiggoap (Alfie Price), one of the co-founders of the Juneau Sm’algya̱x (Ts’msyen language) learners group. Alfie gave a brief description of how the Junea
SHI will sponsor a class on how to make chasing and repoussé tools from Oct. 14-Nov. 4 with teacher Rudolph Isturis. Previous experience in chasing and repoussé required. Open until filled.
SHI , in collaboration with Huna Heritage Foundation, will sponsor an in-person, hand skin-sewing workshop in Hoonah with teacher Louise Kadinger from Oct. 12-15.
SHI is sponsoring a formline design intensive in Klawock from Sept. 15-24 with teacher David R. Boxley. No previous formline experience is required. Open until filled.
SHI sponsored a recent lecture by Daaljíni Cruise on Haa Yoo X̱ʼatángi Kúdi, a Tlingit language nest hosted by Central Council Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska. Daaljíni pro
SHI's longtime chair is retiring from its board of trustees. Tlingit leader Slath Jaa Klaa Lákooti (Marlene Johnson), who has served on SHI’s board since 1990 and as its chair since 2011,