Wayne Price has been texturing hundreds of board feet of red cedar using just one tool – an adze
"It was suspect in some cases how the artifacts actually ended up in private hands, so to return them to the rightful owner was the right thing to do," says Carol Laumen.
Dick Dauenhauer was teaching folklore at Alaska Methodist University in the early 1970s when he met student Nora Marks.
Tlingit expert, linguist and award winning writer Richard Dauenhauer passed away Tuesday morning at Bartlett Regional Hospital.
Earlier this year, Alaska became the second state after Hawaii to recognize indigenous languages as official state languages
Haida carving brothers Joe and T.J. Young began carving the totem poles with axes and chainsaws last year. Friday, they were working with small hand tools.
About 100 of the late Tlingit elder’s family and friends gathered at Juneau’s Marine Park for the bill signing ceremony on Wednesday
Three Alaska museums have received more than $142,000 from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Sealaska Heritage Institute raised more than $75,000 during Celebration for the Walter Soboleff Center in downtown Juneau
The Juried Art Show and Competition is raising the bar for Native artists in Southeast Alaska.