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 has released a video series that teaches how to prepare materials to make Chilkat and
SHI will sponsor a free online lecture this Tuesday on racial crises and equity as part of its series in recognition of Native American Heritage Month. The presentation, Native A
A virtual memorial ceremony has been scheduled for Shangukeidí (Thunderbird) Clan Leader David Katzeek, who Walked Into the Forest on Oct.
SHI is offering fall 2021 scholarships to undergraduate or graduate students who are pursuing arts and science degrees with a focus in Northwest Coast arts, studio arts, performing arts, cinematic
SHI will sponsor a free online lecture series on Northwest Coast art featuring artists David R.
SHI will sponsor the following lectures and special event in honor of Native American Heritage Month and Walter Soboleff Day. All lectures will be live streamed on SHI’s YouTube cha
SHI is offering a free, online class for people who want to give back to their community by becoming a coach for Native Youth Olympics. No experience needed!
Sealaska Heritage and Hoonah Indian Association are collaborating on a study exploring the potential biological impact of historical trauma in Alaska Native Peoples and how participation in c
A Washington State man has donated an old Frog button blanket to Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) that is thought to date to the late nineteenth century. The blanket was owned by the late Eth
SHI's Baby Raven Reads program is one of five recipients in the state chosen for the 2020 Contributions to Literacy in Alaska award given by the Alaska Center for the Book. The center, wh
Sealaska Heritage has received a federal grant to expand its