By Jennifer Nalewicki, Smithsonian Magazine — When it comes to art capitals, Rome, New York, Paris and Berlin are a few of the global hot spots that come to mind.
SHI will sponsor an in-person workshop in Anchorage from Nov. 4-7 with Tlingit artist Carmaleeda Estrada on how to make moccasins.
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 and Tlingit and Haida are offering a free, online class this month for people who want to give back to their community by becoming a coach for Native Youth Olympics. No experience needed!
Sealaska Heritage, in partnership with Ketchikan Indian Community, will sponsor an in-person, hand skin-sewing workshop in Ketchikan with teacher Louise Kadinger from Oct. 15-17.
Sealaska Heritage, in partnership with Sitka Tribe of Alaska, will sponsor an in-person, hand skin-sewing workshop in Sitka with teacher Robert Miller from Oct. 28-31.
Sealaska Heritage will offer a Chilkat-style formline design class with Steve Brown via Zoom from October 25 to November 10.
The Alaska Center for the Book has chosen SHI's Baby Raven Reads book Shanyáak'utlaax̱: Salmon Boy as the stat
Sealaska Heritage, in partnership with Ketchikan Indian Community, will sponsor an in-person workshop in Ketchikan with Louise Kadinger on how to hand-s
SHI is recruiting educators and support staff in the southern region, including Ketchikan, Hydaburg, Wrangell, Petersburg and Metlakatla, as well as MAT students from the University of Alaska
SHI is recruiting educators and support staff in the northern region, including Ketchikan, Hydaburg, Wrangell, Petersburg and Metlakatla, as well as MAT students from the Univer
Sealaska Heritage will sponsor an in-person workshop in Hoonah with Louise Kadinger and Kathy Marvin-Mills on how to hand-sew skins from Nov.
SHI has digitized and posted onto YouTube footage of Celebration 1988. It was the largest Celebration in the 1980s, featuring 26 dance groups, speeches and stories from prominent Elders and a
Sealaska Heritage and the University of Alaska Southeast are offering an in-person course in September on how to dye using natural materials with Chilkat and Ravenstail weaver Lily Hope. Regis