SHI has published a book documenting the historic and decades-long battle to protect Juneau’s Indian Point, considered to be a sacred site to Native people.
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The University of Alaska Southeast in partnership with Sealaska Heritage is offering an online Northwest Coast woolen weaving course taught by Kay Parker this fall. Register at
SHI has chosen a Ph.D. student with a focus on Alaska Native sovereignty as the recipient of its 2021 Judson L.
SHI will kick off its fifth annual culturally responsive education conference next week and welcome more than 650 in-person and online participants from Alaska, the Lower 48 and as far away as
SHI’s programming from last year is featured in a new video and booklet. What a year!
Registration is now open for a Northwest Coast carving class at the Sealaska Heritage Arts Campus focused on bird form rattles (sheishóox̱').
The Sealaska Heritage Board of Trustees has set the dates for the next in-person Celebration as June 5-8, 2024, in Juneau, Alaska. People are encouraged to book lodging now, as rooms fill
SHI has published the first-ever biography of the prolific Klukwan artist Clara Newman Benson (Deinḵul.át), who lived from 1856 to 1935 and was a significant Chilkat weaver of her day.
SHI, in partnership with the Juneau-Douglas City Museum, will co-sponsor a lecture by Native art scholar Dr.
SHI has digitized and posted online video of Celebration 1990. Celebration is a dance-and-culture festival first held in 1982 that has grown into the world’s largest gathering of the Tlin
SHI's Board of Trustees has named Dakhká Khwáan Dancers (People of the Inland) as the lead dance group for Celebration 2024.
Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) has announced the winners of its popular traditional food contests, held as part of Celebration 2022.
Thirteen artists have taken top prizes and one honorable mention at SHI's eleventh biennial Juried Art Show and Competition, and three young artists also placed in SHI’s fourth biennial Juried
SHI will hold a grand opening for the Sealaska Heritage Arts Campus in June during its biennial dance-and-culture festival, Celebration. The opening will include the unveiling of the new Seala