Artists-in-Residence for 2023

The Friends of Sheldon Jackson Museum are looking for Alaska Native artists to apply to the 2023 Native Artist Residency program. Residencies are 21-22 days long and occur:  July 7-28, Aug. 18-Sept. 9, Sept. 15-Oct. 6 and Oct. 7-28. All four residency positions include a $2,000 artist stipend, a $660 food stipend and travel to and…

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AK Native Language Courses

Outer Coast is thrilled to announce the return of our Lingít MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) and the addition of two new courses. Over the past two years, we have been inspired and humbled by the response to the Lingít MOOC led by X̱’unei Lance Twitchell, Outer Coast faculty member and UAS Professor of Alaska…

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Sealaska Historical Panel

SHI sponsored a panel discussion on Walter Soboleff Day (11/14/22) regarding the controversial 1962 closure of the “Walter Soboleff church” and recent efforts to atone. The panel spoke at SHI’s Walter Soboleff Building at 105 S. Seward Street. The talk was livestreamed on SHI’s YouTube channel and will also be posted there for later viewers.…

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Traditional Foods Guide

The Traditional Foods Guide is made possible through the SEARHC Health Promotion Department, the Kake and Wrangell Traditional Foods advisory teams, and several volunteers in Southeast Alaska. The guide is divided into Spring, Summer & Fall harvest. The Traditional Foods Guide exists to promote awareness of the physical, mental, and emotional benefits of harvesting and…

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Lingít Conversation Group

Wáa sá iyatee? Do you speak Lingít? Are you learning the language or do you want to learn? Are Alaskan languages important to you? Join us this fall at the UAS Learning Center every other Friday (4-5pm in room 226) for the Lingít Conversation Group! All ages and levels welcome! Invite your friends, family, students,…

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