• The Sealaska Heritage Arts Campus will be located at Front and Seward Streets, an area designated as Heritage Square by the City and Borough of Juneau in 2018. The space, currently a private parking lot, is directly across the street from SHI’s Walter Soboleff Building, which was built during phase one and opened in 2015. Sealaska ... read more

  • Free virtual event part of Native American Heritage Month celebrationSealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) will sponsor a free online lecture this Tuesday on tribes’ constitutional relationships with Congress as part of its series in recognition of Native American Heritage Month.In the presentation, "ANCSA and the Alaska Native Federally Recognized Tribes and Their Respective Constitutional Relationships with ... read more

  • Envisioning Our Future Through the Reflections of Our Past (Brochure) (Donor Levels and Benefits) (Donate) (Naming Opportunities) (Project Benefits) (Benefits to Juneau) (About Northwest Coast Art) (Press Releases) Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) is fundraising for the second phase of its vision to make Juneau the Northwest Coast arts capital of the world and to designate Northwest ... read more


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