In this blog, we look back on Team Juneau and the 2018-2019 season of Native Youth Olympics and the athletes' extraordinary accomplishments.
A graduate student at Western Governors University who is pursuing a master’s degree in business has won Sealaska Heritage Institute’s 2019 Judson L. Brown Leadership Award.
SHI has expanded its performing arts program for youth, Voices on the Land, to Yakutat and Ketchikan. Voices on the Land is an innovative program that teaches performing art
SHI, through Sealaska, is now offering scholarships for part-time students enrolled in college or voc-tech school. The application period for the 2019-2020 academic year is now open.
SHI will sponsor its Latseen Running Camp from June 17-20 in Juneau.
Sealaska Heritage Visiting Scholar Jessie Barker talks about the research she led at Celebration 2018 on Native identity in this guest post: I arrived in Juneau the day before Celebration, the
SHI will unveil a new exhibit this week featuring the work of Tlingit master artist Nathan Jackson, one of the most renowned and internationally recognized Tlingit artists of his generation.&n
SHI will sponsor its annual Latseen Hoop Camp in Juneau in August and feature Bob Saviers, a current coach for Juneau's Hoop Time Amateur Athletic Union (AAU). This is a free, innovative
By Ben Hohenstatt, Juneau Empire—There’s always been a lot of Nathan Jackson artwork in Juneau, and there’s about to be a lot more…“I feel like this is a great honor,” Jackson said.
SHI will sponsor a Special Topics Seminar on Northwest Coast art and math integration. Open to high school and middle school math and art educators teaching in Southeast Alaska.
Registration is now open for Opening the Box, SHI's Southeast Math and Culture Academy, scheduled to be held at the University of Alaska Southeast from June 9 to 15.
Nearly a hundred athletes from Alaska and Canada are expected to compete in the 2019 Traditional Games in Juneau this week, marking the first time Southeast Alaska has hosted a statewide indig
The Alaska State Legislature today passed a citation honoring Alaska’s Tlingit code talkers for their exemplary military service and the crucial role they played in helping to end World War II.&nbs