Sealaska Heritage Institute put up storyboards last week to educate visitors and protect the poles from mistreatment.
Alaska Native leaders spoke to church leaders on Wednesday about the harm religious organizations have done to Lingít communities through language suppression and violence at boarding schools.
Alaskans on the forefront of diversity initiatives in education have been analyzing the impacts to the recent ruling that Harvard and the University of North Carolina’s admission policies are unconstitutional.
Alaska Native Artist and Makers Market Pop-up this Thursday, plus Juneau Soccer Club recent success and the JAHC’s 50th Anniversary.
It’s a federal crime to sell art that is falsely marketed as created by an Alaska Native or tribal member.
South Seward Street runs from Front Street to Marine Way, between the Sealaska Heritage Institute building, Heritage Square and the Sealaska Corporation headquarters.
Sealaska Heritage’s Latseen Káx̱ Yéi Atdaané plus Underground Connection presents Uncharted: Symphonic Folk and Juneau Artist Gallery featured artist Jayne Andreen
The application would rename the part of the street between Front Street and Marine Way to Heritage Way.
Students turned “Killer Whale Eyes” and “How Devil’s Club Came to Be” into short plays featuring handmade props and formline the students learned from an artist-in-residence.
One of those poles, carved by Gyibaawm Laxha David Robert Boxley, represents the Tsimshian people.