By Jennifer Nalewicki, Smithsonian Magazine — When it comes to art capitals, Rome, New York, Paris and Berlin are a few of the global hot spots that come to mind.
SHI will hold a series of cultural orientations for teachers, administrators, and support staff and UAS MAT students in spring 2022.
SHI will hold a series of cultural orientations in Juneau for teachers, administrators, and support staff and for UAS MAT students in spring 2022. Application deadline: Jan.
Here’s a roundup of deadlines for Celebration 2022.
Registration is open for SHI’s Culturally Responsive Education Mini-Conference, sponsored in partnership with the University of Alaska Southeast. This conference, scheduled Feb.
Sealaska Heritage is offering two summer 2022 semester internships to undergraduate and graduate students at SHI in Juneau and the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico. In
Sealaska Heritage is offering a summer 2022 semester internship to art students who are pursuing an arts and science degree, preferably with a focus on Northwest Coast or Alaska Native arts through
SHI will hold food contests for best seaweed, seal oil, and dry fish during Celebration 2022, scheduled June 8-11. Prizes: First place: $1,000; Second place: $500; Third place: $250.
SHI is recruiting volunteers to help with Celebration 2022, scheduled June 8-11.
SHI is accepting applications for its Toddler Regalia Review for children ages who are ages 2-5 years of age at the time of Celebration 2022, scheduled June 8-11. We are planning for an in-per
A Haida and Tlingit artist from Georgia has won SHI's first-ever competition to visually represent Celebration.
Two entrepreneurs have donated to SHI eight old and rare copper plates showing portraits of Alaska Natives, a tomb, an old house and carvings photographed in the early 1900s. The plates w
SHI has secured a grant to commission ten totem poles that will comprise part of Kootéeyaa Deiyí (Totem Pole Trail) along the downtown Juneau waterfront.