SHI is seeking artists to demonstrate and sell their work at monthly First Friday events at the Walter Soboleff Building in Juneau. Registration is free!
SHI will sponsor a workshop on how to carve bowls from Feb. 11-March 11 in Juneau at the Sealaska Heritage Arts Campus.
Sealaska Heritage, in partnership with Sitka Tribe of Alaska and the Sitka National Historical Park, will sponsor an in-person, hand skin-sewing workshop in Sitka with teacher Robert Miller from Ja
Registration is now open for the 2023 Traditional Games, scheduled April 1-2, 2023, in Juneau.
SHI will sponsor a class on how to make moccasins with Tlingit teacher Carmaleeda Estrada in Anchorage from Feb.
SHI will sponsor a Chilkat weaving intensive and a dancing-of-the-robes ceremony as the culmination of a two-year project envisioned and led by the award-winning Chilkat weaver Lily Hope.
SHI has digitized and posted online video of Celebration 1996. Celebration
SHI will sponsor a workshop from Jan. 16-27 in Juneau on how to make tabletop looms. Prior woodshop experience is required. Taught by Kevin Miller. Space is limited.
Want to learn a Native language? Now is the time! SHI is offering scholarships for language students enrolled at the University of Alaska Southeast. Funding available in spring 2023.
At SHI we take our mission to perpetuate and enhance Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian cultures very seriously. When we hear from people who have been affected by what we do, it makes our day.
SHI will sponsor a workshop on how to carve model totem poles from Jan. 14-Feb. 5 with teacher Ray Watkins. UAS credit available. Space is limited. Application deadline: Jan. 9.
SHI will sponsor a workshop on how to weave with spruce roots from Jan. 20-Feb. 4 with teacher Debbie Head. UAS credit available. Space is limited. Application deadline: Jan. 13.
SHI has released a feature-length film on the history and origin of Celebration since its inception in 1982.&
SHI will fund University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) students interested in taking courses in X̱aad Kíl, Sm'algyax and Lingít through a new initiative, Our Ancestor’s Echo
SHI, Sealaska Corporation and the Yakutat Tlingit Tribe are calling on Yakutat’s Native village corporation to stop logging an area that is a known and important cultural and historic site, until a