SHI has acquired a vast and important collection of books and research materials on the Northwest Coast, Sub-Arctic and Arctic culture areas. The collection, which was largely donated to
The year 2019 was a fast-paced one for Sealaska Heritage as we launched our campaign for the Sealaska Heritage Arts Campus, opened two new public exhibits and published three more Baby Raven Reads
A well-known Tlingit weaver donated a remarkable Chilkat mask to Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) this week at a ceremony in SHI’s clan house. Juneau artist Lily Hope wove the mask as a nod t
In this edition of Q&A, SHI President Rosita Worl responds to the question: "What is your position on the petition to remove the Seward statue in Juneau?"
SHI has chosen two Native graduate students for its 2020 Judson L.
Thank you to everyone who watched Virtual Celebration 2020. What a journey it has been to get us here. We could not have done it without the hundreds of people who contributed to our broadcast.
Check out our Virtual Celebration 2020 website to see our new online exhibit for the Juried Art Show and Competition, photo galleries for the Indigenous Fashion Show and Toddler Regalia Review and
Retiring Juneau Assemblyman and Haida tribal member Rob Edwardson was honored with a 2020 “Award for Public Service” by Sealaska Heritage's Board of Trustees on Saturday during the SHI’s virtual Ce
Longtime Hoonah teacher Daphne Wright was honored with a 2020 “Teacher of Distinction” award by Sealaska Heritage Institute’s (SHI) Board of Trustees on Friday during SHI’s virtual Celebration 2020
Longtime Tlingit photojournalist Brian Wallace was honored with a 2020 “Person of Distinction” award by Sealaska Heritage's Board of Trustees on Thursday during the SHI’s virtual Celebration 2000 b
Eighteen artists have taken top prizes and honorable mentions at Sealaska Heritage Institute’s 10th biennial Juried Art Show and Competition.
SHI will over a host of academies and camps this summer on virtual platforms, including Opening the Box STEAM Academy, Latseen Northwest Coast Arts and Leadership Academy, Voices on the Land Perfor
Three major Southeast Alaska Native groups are pushing alternatives to a proposal to merge the University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) into another UA university to alleviate the institution’s financi
SHI and educators with Juneau’s Tlingit, Culture, Language and Literacy (TCLL) program honored retiring Tlingit teacher Shgendootan George today for 22 years of outstanding service to Native studen
SHI has acquired a piece of art made by the thought-provoking Tlingit/Unangax artist Nicholas Galanin of Sitka. The piece is a weathered bentwood box titled “A tú” that features a carved