SHI will fund University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) students interested in taking courses in X̱aad Kíl, Sm'algyax and Lingít through a new initiative, Our Ancestor’s Echo
SHI, Sealaska Corporation and the Yakutat Tlingit Tribe are calling on Yakutat’s Native village corporation to stop logging an area that is a known and important cultural and historic site, until a
SHI sponsored a lecture on Tuesday, Dec.
The enrollment period for Sealaska scholarship applications is open for the 2023-2024 school year. The deadline to apply is March 1, 2023.
SHI is recruiting undergraduate and graduate students for paid museum and art internships in partnership with the University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) and the Institute of American Indian Arts
SHI, in partnership with Petersburg Indian Association, will sponsor an in-person, hand skin-sewing workshop in Petersburg with teacher Louise Kadinger from Feb. 2-5.
SHI will sponsor a class in Juneau with Tlingit artist Donald Gregory on how to make copper tináas, an ancient symbol of wealth. Students will learn how to make one tináa pendant and a pa
SHI sponsored a lecture on Dec.
has digitized and posted online video of Celebration 1994. Celebration is a dan
SHI is offering a summer 2023 semester paid internship to art students who are pursuing an arts and science degree, preferably with a focus on Northwest Coast or Alaska Native arts through studio a
SHI is offering two summer 2023 semester paid internships to undergraduate and graduate students at SHI in Juneau and the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Intern
SHI, in partnership with Perseverance Theatre, will sponsor a free Voices on the Land performing arts workshop for students in grades 4-8 from Jan. 2-6. Lunch and transportation included.
SHI is offering scholarships to students majoring in art and museum studies under a program operated in partnership with the University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) and the Institute of American
SHI is expanding its award-winning early literacy program, Baby Raven Reads, to Anchorage through a partnership with the Alaska Native Heritage Center (ANHC). Through the expansion, SHI a
Sealaska Heritage will sponsor a class in Angoon with Tlingit artist Donald Gregory on how to make copper tináas, an ancient symbol of wealth. Students will learn how to make one tináa pendant