Did you know: SHI receives an annual donation from Sealaska and leverages that to fund operations.
Sealaska Heritage, in partnership with Metlakatla Indian Community, will sponsor an in-person, hand skin-sewing workshop in Sitka with teacher Aánutein (Debbie Head) from March 23-26.
SHI will sponsor a free 5-day performing arts workshop for students in grades 4-8 in Juneau led by Frank Henry Kaash Katasse.
SHI is launching a new demonstration project to cultivate more Indigenous actors and performing artists to support future productions that incorporate Native culture and language. SHI is
SHI has purchased a building adjacent to its downtown Walter Soboleff Building to accommodate future school programming in Juneau and online. The structure, known as the Municipal Way Building
SHI will sponsor a class on elements of chasing and repousse in Juneau from Mar.
SHI has digitized and posted on YouTube video of Celebration 1998. By the mid-1
SHI will sponsor an introductory workshop on how to make copper jewelry with Tlingit teacher Donald Gregory from Feb. 24-25. Space is limited. No experience required.
By Lisa Phu, Alaska Beacon—His grandmother was forbidden to speak Lingít in school. Now, school is helping him reclaim it.
SHI will begin hosting free, weekly open metal labs every Thursday at the Sealaska Heritage Arts Campus. During the supervised labs, participants will work on one or more Northwest Coast carvi
SHI will begin hosting free, weekly open wood labs every Tuesday at the Sealaska Heritage Arts Campus. During the supervised labs, participants will work on one or more Northwest Coast carving
SHI, in partnership with the University of Alaska Southeast, is sponsoring a workshop on how to make model canoes. Space is limited. Previous carving and formline experience is required.
SHI sponsored a live stream in February of the First Dance featuring children’s’ Chilkat robes made by the apprentices of weaver Lily Lalanya Hope. The project is part of an effort to increase
A groundbreaking Tlingit kindergarten program established by Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) and the Juneau School District (JSD) in 2000 is expanding to eighth grade, welcoming a full-time, inte
SHI will sponsor a workshop on how to bead with Tlingit artist Jill Kaasteen Meserve from Feb. 18-20 in Juneau.