SHI, in partnership with the Angoon High School, will sponsor a hand skin-sewing workshop in Angoon with teacher Scott Jackson from June 22-25. Fee of $100 covers all supplies.
SHI will sponsor a beginning class on elements of chasing and repousse in Juneau from June 17-July 2 with teacher Rudolph Isturis. Previous chasing and repousse experience is encouraged, but n
SHI will sponsor a beginning class on how to carve spoons and ladles on weekends from June 17-July 8.
SHI has digitized and posted on YouTube the video of Celebration 2014. Celebration is a dance-and-cu
SHI sponsored a lecture series on Raven as Trickster and Cultural Hero by traditional Tlingit and Tsimshian storytellers.
SHI has digitized and posted on YouTube the video of Celebration 2012. Celebration i
We still have space in our in-person storytelling intensive, which improves literacy skills and increases the use of Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian languages through performing arts and digital
The Juneau School District (JSD) has selected Eldri Westmoreland to lead the Tlingit Culture, Language, and Literacy (TCLL) Program, a groundbreaking elementary school program established by Sealas
SHI has digitized and posted on YouTube the video of Celebration 2010. Celebration is a dance-and-cu
SHI, with partners Sunfish Inc. and the University of Calgary, will hold community demonstration days in Klawock and Craig on exploring ancient underwater caves by Prince of Wales Island.
Do you care about the natural world? Enjoy spending time outside? Love making things? Earn high school credits and explore your career options in the Opening the Box STEAM Mentorship Program.
Do you work in a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) career field? Mentor an Alaska Native or Native American high school student exploring their future career options in S
SHI has digitized and posted on YouTube the video of Celebration 2008. Celebration is a dance-and-culture
SHI has digitized and posted on YouTube the video of Celebration 2006. Celebration i
SHI has opened a new exhibit celebrating the rich traditions and real-life experiences of Alaska Native female artists. The exhibit, Native Women’s Art: Drawn From the Spirits of Ance