Old sayings are an especially powerful and respectful way of addressing the opposite moiety. They can be used to console during times of pain and to inspire before difficult tasks.
A Juneau-based Alaska Native nonprofit directly and indirectly contributed $10 million into the Alaskan economy last year.
A new study by a Juneau research firm has found that Sealaska Heritage Institute’s economic impact on Alaska was more than $10 million in 2018 and that its impact on the City and Borough of Juneau
Sealaska Heritage will sponsor a formline workshop with award-winning artist David R. Boxley in Klawock, March 10-17 at the Voc/Tech Center. Free, supplies provided.
Sealaska Heritage will sponsor a formline workshop with award-winning artist David R. Boxley in Sitka, April 5-13 at the Sitka High School, Art Classroom. Free, supplies provided.
By Michael Penn, Juneau Empire—Listen to Armenian-American flutist Tigran Arakelyan, the Music Director of the Northwest Mahler Festival in Seattle and the Port Townsend Orchestra, perform a sound
Sealaska Heritage will host a turf night this week in partnership with an education group in Juneau and give away free copies of its award-winning Baby Raven Reads book Salmon Boy: Shany
SHI President Rosita Worl on Martin Luther King: "We know and understand the pain and anguish that Martin Luther King faced as he fought for civil rights and justice. We know that he fac
Kindred Post of Juneau today donated ten percent of its profits from its Social Justice Hustle collection to SHI in recognition of the institute’s work to forge social change.
SHI and UAS are offering new scholarships and opportunities to Alaska Native students enrolled in the Preparing Indi
By Ben Hohenstatt, Juneau Empire—Teaching is at the center of Saturday Carving Practice at Gajaa Hit.
Learn to speak Tlingit. Learn to speak Tsimshian. Study NWC art and history. And take the class for free.
SHI, in partnership with the Juneau School District, is seeking teaching artists to be added to a roster, which will be used by educators recruiting specialists for their classrooms. Artists w
Sealaska Heritage is donating a copy of its interactive exhibit, Our Grandparents’ Names on the Land, to schools across the region so students in Southeast Alaska may learn about ancient place
By Ben Hohenstatt, Juneau Empire—There will be woodwinds in the cedar room.