SHI sponsored a free lecture in November on Alaska Native leadership from the late 1800s to modern times in honor of Walter Soboleff Day. In his talk, Hall of Famers in History:
SHI will provide Alaska Native Arts and Museum scholarship support for the Spring 2024 semester to undergraduate and graduate students. Click APPLY for more information.
Sealaska Heritage is offering free dual credit, asynchronous classes for high school students this spring and summer semester through the University of Alaska Southeast. Students will receive
Sealaska Heritage recently sponsored a lecture on the 1869 Bombardment of the Tlingit Villages of Ḵaachx̱haan.áak’w (Wrangell), Ḵéex̱' Ḵwáan (Kake),
SHI will sponsor a free on Friday, Oct.
Seal Science: Into the Ocean: The importance of bio sampling for the preservation of Indigenous seal hunting practices: Wooch Yáx and Haa Aaní —
Join our in-person or virtual dialogue to share your thoughts and ideas for the future of the Tlingit Culture, Language, and Literacy (TCLL) Program at one of our upcoming community dialo
Sealaska Heritage will sponsor an in-person, hand skin-sewing workshop in Kake with teacher Scott Jackson from Nov. 2-5. Space is limited.
SHI, in partnership with the University of Alaska Southeast, will offer copper engraving class Nov. 5-19, with teacher Abel Ryan. This is a beginner’s level course and offered for UAS credit.
SHI, in partnership with the University of Southeast Alaska, will sponsor a bentwood box making class for intermediate and advanced carvers from Oct.
Sealaska Heritage will sponsor a class on how to make moccasins with Tlingit teacher Jennie Wheeler in Juneau from Oct.
SHI sponsored a lecture by George Holly and Lorrie Heagy on methods used to teach the Lingít language and culture through music at Sítʼ Eetí Shaanax̱ Glacier Valley and Kax̱dig̱oowu Héen Eleme
SHI sponsored a free lecture by Shiggoap (Alfie Price), one of the co-founders of the Juneau Sm’algya̱x (Ts’msyen language) learners group. Alfie gave a brief description of how the Junea