SHI will sponsor a class on how to make chasing and repoussé tools from Oct. 14-Nov. 4 with teacher Rudolph Isturis. Previous experience in chasing and repoussé required. Open until filled.
SHI , in collaboration with Huna Heritage Foundation, will sponsor an in-person, hand skin-sewing workshop in Hoonah with teacher Louise Kadinger from Oct. 12-15.
SHI is sponsoring a formline design intensive in Klawock from Sept. 15-24 with teacher David R. Boxley. No previous formline experience is required. Open until filled.
SHI sponsored a recent lecture by Daaljíni Cruise on Haa Yoo X̱ʼatángi Kúdi, a Tlingit language nest hosted by Central Council Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska. Daaljíni pro
SHI's longtime chair is retiring from its board of trustees. Tlingit leader Slath Jaa Klaa Lákooti (Marlene Johnson), who has served on SHI’s board since 1990 and as its chair since 2011,
Sealaska Heritage, in collaboration with Yakutat Tlingit Tribe, will sponsor an in-person, hand skin-sewing workshop in Yakutat with teacher Jennie Wheeler from Sept. 14-17. Space is limited.
SHI sponsored a recent lecture by Dr.
SHI, in partnership with Kootznoowoo Inc., will sponsor a spruce-root weaving class in Angoon from Sept.
SHI has expanded its free lecture series on Southeast Alaska Native languages to include additional talks in September. In the lectures, guest speakers focus on the challenges faced by la
SHI sponsored a lecture in August on the unique and fascinating way seaweeds reproduce that sets them apart from plants. In her lecture, Dr.
SHI, in collaboration with Hydaburg Cooperative Association, will sponsor a hand skin-sewing workshop in Hydaburg with teacher Louise Kadinger from Oct.
SHI sponsored a lecture in August on the approaches to assessing exposure of humans to mercury, and exposure and potential effects in select marine mammals. In his talk, Dr.
SHI, in partnership with Sitka Tribe of Alaska, will sponsor a workshop in Sitka on how to weave with spruce roots from Sept.
SHI is urging the federal government to hold off on implementing proposed amendments to the Indian Arts and Crafts Act (IACA), a truth-in-advertising law that prohibits misrepresentation in th
Sealaska Heritage will sponsor a class on how to make moccasins with Tlingit teacher Carmaleeda Estrada in Seattle from Aug. 31-Sept.