Alaska Native youth practice traditional dance in the Alaska Native Heritage event space.

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Canoe Lofting Workshop

You are invited to participate in an Indigenous-designed Canoe Lofting workshop with Elder and knowledge bearer Doug Modig from 1:30 pm - 3 pm April 13th - April 16th and April 26th - 30th.This is an opportunity to see how the lofting process for a strip canoe is practiced, how to build a frame and… Read More

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Canoe Lofting Workshop

You are invited to participate in an Indigenous-designed Canoe Lofting workshop with Elder and knowledge bearer Doug Modig from 1:30 pm - 3 pm April 13th - April 16th and April 26th - 30th.This is an opportunity to see how the lofting process for a strip canoe is practiced, how to build a frame and… Read More

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Canoe Lofting Workshop

You are invited to participate in an Indigenous-designed Canoe Lofting workshop with Elder and knowledge bearer Doug Modig from 1:30 pm - 3 pm April 13th - April 16th and April 26th - 30th.This is an opportunity to see how the lofting process for a strip canoe is practiced, how to build a frame and… Read More

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Canoe Lofting Workshop

You are invited to participate in an Indigenous-designed Canoe Lofting workshop with Elder and knowledge bearer Doug Modig from 1:30 pm - 3 pm April 13th - April 16th and April 26th - 30th.This is an opportunity to see how the lofting process for a strip canoe is practiced, how to build a frame and… Read More

Malni Film Screening

We are thrilled to partner with Sundance Film Festival to present a free virtual screening of "Małni Towards the Ocean, Towards the Shore" by Sky Hopinka (Ho-Chunk Nation/Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians). From April 30th - May 2nd, you can tune in to watch the film via a livestream link posted on our Facebook page.… Read More

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Canoe Lofting Workshop

You are invited to participate in an Indigenous-designed Canoe Lofting workshop with Elder and knowledge bearer Doug Modig from 1:30 pm - 3 pm April 13th - April 16th and April 26th - 30th.This is an opportunity to see how the lofting process for a strip canoe is practiced, how to build a frame and… Read More

Q&A with Filmmaker Sky Hopinka and Adam Piron

Join a live Q&A with Filmmaker Sky Hopinka and Adam Piron, Sundance Indigenous Associate Director. This is the first time Sundance is featuring a virtual film screening in Alaska, and we hope you will join us to learn more about an Indigenous Filmmaker who made the film primarily in his Native language as well as… Read More

Remembering the Children: Boarding School Healing Event

We remember the spirits of the nearly 1,000 Indigenous children of Residential Schools of Canada. The truth has been told from the lips of those who survived residential schools. As we look at ourselves in the mirror with tattooed chins, hair as long as sweetgrass, and dance fans waving at the beat of the drum,… Read More

Enriching Alaska Tourism Through First People’s Voices Webinar

While travelers to Alaska are lured by the state’s sense of adventure, few are familiar with Alaska’s sweeping narrative from a Native lens. The cruise industry, which delivers more than one million visitors a year, has only recently started offering “Meet the Locals” type programs, providing passengers a deeper, more fulfilling experience. Partnering with Native… Read More

Suicide Prevention Subsistence Camp

Save the date: The Alaska Native Heritage Center (ANHC) is hosting a Suicide Prevention Subsistence Camp, September 19-20, from 4 to 8 p.m., to meet the needs of our community. This event is a community-based, substance-free social event. Through keynote speakers, group wellness activities, and subsistence workshops with Culture Bearers like Charlie Pardue (Athabascan), ANHC’s… Read More