Due to the high level of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Ketchikan, SHI is postponing the 2021 Southern Regional Native Youth Olympics Traditional Games previously scheduled there from May 22-23.
SHI for the first time will hold a contest to solicit a design for Celebration, a biennial dance-and-culture festival that celebrates Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian cultures. SHI is seeking
SHI is accepting proposals from presenters for its fourth Culturally Responsive Education Conference, which is pa
SHI has received funding to digitize a major collection of audio recordings that include a trove of interviews with notable Elders, clan leaders and other Native people that date back mo
SHI is offering a number of upcoming events and opportunities, including Native art classes and summer camps for youth.
SHI will hold an in-person Celebration in Juneau from June 8-11 in 2022. SHI’s board of trustees made the decision this week, in part because participants and staff need many months in ad
SHI and the University of Alaska Southeast are offering tuition waivers to Alaska Native freshmen and sophomores (fewer than 60 total credits from the University of Alaska) living in Alaska.
SHI will offer a two-day online “Singing/Acting in Tlingit Workshop” for Indigenous actors and singers to learn techniques to perform in the Tlingit language. The workshop is part of SHI’s Vir
SHI will host a free lecture free lecture next Tuesday, March 30, on the effects that sea otters and people have on shellfish beds in rural Southeast Alaska communities.
This blog takes a closer look at how SHI is digitizing all its past Celebration tapes and posting them online to make them publicly available for the first time
Sealaska Heritage is partnering with Juneau’s Perseverance Theatre to write and produce the first Tlingit opera in recorded history. This original opera will focus on stories from the Tlingit-
An Alaska firm has donated $15,000 to help build SHI'S Sealaska Heritage Arts Campus, currently under construction in Juneau. The contribution was made by McKinley, owner of McKinley Capital M
Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) has mailed the second set of 1,300 learning kits to middle school students in six communities in Southeast Alaska enrolled in its Opening the Box: STEAM (Scien
SHI and the heirs of the famed Tlingit weaver Clarissa Rizal have settled their lawsuit against several defendants regarding a retail item t
SHI will sponsor a free online lecture series focusing on Alaska Native subsistence.