SHI is accepting proposals from presenters for its third education
A longtime Tlingit photojournalist has donated a large collection of historical photographs to SHI that documents Tlingit ceremonies, activities of the Alaska Native Brotherhood and Sisterhood
SHI has filed a federal lawsuit against Neiman Marcus, alleging the national luxury retailer falsely affiliated garments sold by them with Native artisans through its use of the term “Ravensta
SHI, in partnership with Petersburg Indian Association, will offer its first virtual art class this month through a pilot project that is expected to become the new normal for delivery of educ
Sealaska Heritage team working remotely, transforming SHI to provide services in the reality of our new world. #VirtualWorld #HomeOffice #NotAlone #2020
Read about this year's Traditional Games, which brought athletes from 14 communities from across Alaska, Arizona, and Canada together to compete in 11 different events based off Indigenous hun
SHI and UAS are offering tuition waivers to Alaska Native freshmen and sophomores who want to become teachers or education administrators. The classes are distance learning.
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SHI has put digital photographs of more than 900 ethnographic objects and detailed listings of 150 of its archival collections online in a new, state-of-the-art platform. The
Suddenly, we are home with our children, all day every day. How do we shift to a daily life of “social distancing” with infants and young children?
SHI has published a new episode on its podcast, "Roots & Stems." In this episode, SHI’s Katrina Hotch, shares her original song “Yee Tusix̱án," written as a reflection of the love we have
From SHI President Rosita Worl: "I want to assure you all that Sealaska Heritage Institute is closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, and we are taking action based on guidance fro
By Michael S. Lockett, Juneau Empire—This year’s Arctic Winter Games, scheduled to happen this week, were canceled as a COVID-19 prevention measure.
The University of Alaska Southeast, in partnership with Sealaska Heritage, will offer a new Associate of Arts degree with an emphasis in Northwest Coast arts this fall. The undergraduate progr
By Katherine J. Wu, Smithsonian Magazine—As the frigid Alaskan waters lapped at his heels, Patrick Druckenmiller repositioned his saw against the algae-dappled rock.