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 host a free, online screening of its new video Gáax’w ka Haaw (Herring Eggs and Branches), with a discussion on the importance of the herring roe fishery to subsiste
SHI will host a free lecture this Thursday tracing the development of the herring fishery in Southeast Alaska from pre-contact Indigenous relationships with herring to post-contact focus on herring
SHI will sponsor a free online lecture series focusing on Alaska Native subsistence.
A Fairbanks foundation has donated an exquisite Chilkat robe to Sealaska Heritage Institute in an effort to return it to its homeland. The piece, which is small and apparently made for a
Sealaska Heritage has digitized and put online video of its premiere Celebration, a dance-and-culture festival first held in 1982 that has grown into the world’s largest gathering of the Tlingit, H
SHI's board of trustees has opted to cancel Celebration 2021, which was tentatively scheduled for June this year after the coronavirus sidelined the in-person event in 2020. The decision
SHI has published four new books through its award-winning Baby Raven Reads program, including an original Raven story written by children and three books that teach the Lingít and Sm’algya̱x
Two artists participating in Sealaska Heritage's spruce-root mentorship program have discovered what is thought to be an old weaving technique that was lost to time. Haida master weaver Delore
SHI is accepting applications for Sealaska scholarships for the 2021-2022 scholar year. The deadline to apply is March 1, 2021.
SHI has sent 1,300 learning kits to middle school students in six communities enrolled in its Opening the Box: STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) education program.
SHI is accepting applications for its community language sessions, which will begin in February 2021.
SHI has unveiled its first-ever virtual 3-D exhibit in an effort to open the space to people worldwide during the pandemic. The site offers visitors a free tour of SHI’s exhibit
SHI has released a video series that teaches how to prepare materials to make Chilkat and