Sealaska Heritage is offering seven major summer programs in 2019 for youth, including a math and culture academy, a performing arts camp, our arts and leadership academy, Baby Raven Reads events a
SHI is offering a lot of upcoming events and opportunities, including Native art classes, Baby Raven events and summer camps for youth.
SHI will sponsor a Latseen Northwest Coast Art & Leadership Academy in Juneau for Alaska Native high school stud
SHI is seeking a distribution assistant; an education director who will be responsible for comprehensive development and management of Sealaska Heritage Institute’s education programs; and a retail
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 indigenous
Sealaska Heritage and Saxman IRA Tribal Council will sponsor a skin-sewing workshop with teacher Louise Kadinger in Saxman, March 21-24 at the the Kootéeyaa Koffe House.. F
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. The
Sealaska Heritage and UAS are offering a Northwest Coast woolen weaving course with teacher Kay Parker.
Sealaska Heritage will sponsor a horn-spoon carving workshop with instructor Steve Brown in Juneau, March 7-10 at Gajaa Hít.
In this installment, SHI President Rosita Worl answers the question "What are the challenges of integrating Native arts, culture and language into new institutions?"
In this installment, SHI President Rosita Worl answers the question "Why do some of SHI's programs give preference to Native participants?"—a question recently posed to us by an Alaska educator.
Sealaska Heritage is sponsoring several language activities through its Haa Shuká program, including language sessions in Sitka and Juneau and an immersion retreat.
SHI is condemning a Facebook ban on legal sales of products made from any “part, pelt or skin from an animal, including fur,” according to the site’s commerce policy. The ban will have a devastatin