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Sealaska Heritage Institute has posted an interactive language learning tools in its online language resources section ... Celebration 2018 June 6-9, 2018, in Juneau, Alaska ... Live Stream Online of Celebration 2018 by 360north.org

Live blog: Gold Medal Tournament Juneau Empire ... Gold Medal Basketball Tournament March 18-24, 2018  Juneau Alaska ... Offical Gold Medal Web Site ... Gold Medal Basketball Tournament (Fan website) ... 2018 Gold Medal Basketball Tourament Champs ... Yakutat 65, Haines 53 (Women’s Bracket Championship) ... Haines 83, Klukwan 66 (B Bracket Championship) ... Klukwan 74, Angoon 70 (C Bracket Championship) ... Kake 63, Hoonah 62 (Masters Bracket Championship)



Link to Juneau Empire Facebook Video The processional and grand entrance at Celebration 2018
in Juneau Alaska June 6, 2018 (Photo screen capture of Juneau Empire Video)

Celebration 2018 June 6-9, 2018, in Juneau, Alaska from Sealaska Heritage Institute
Live Stream Online of Celebration 2018 by 360north.org


Haida artist Ariane Xay Kuyaas won Best of Show and Best of Endangered Division for her spruce root basket.

Sealaska Heritage announces winners of Juried Art Competition, Youth Art Exhibit (6-6-18)
Jurors were Tlingit artist Jackson Polys and art historian Steve Henrikson.
Master Haida weaver Delores Churchill served as a juror master artist on sewing and weaving submissions.




Sealaska Heritage announced winners of Seaweed, seal oil, contest winners (6-7-18)

Racean Fredrickson of Angoon took 1st place for best seal oil;
Don Bolton of Metlakatla took 1st place for best seal oil with crackling and 1st place for best seaweed.
Second and 3rd place awards for seal oil went to Roberta Revey of Kake and Bolton;
2nd and 3rd place for seal oil with crackling went to Fredrickson and Wanita Bunny James of Kake;
and 2nd and 3rd place for seaweed went to Linda Rae Shearer of Metlakatla and Johnny Jack, Jr., of Angoon.

Celebration food contest highlights traditional staples by Gregory Philson (Juneau Empire, June 8, 2018)




Celeste Worl at the DJ station for SHI Fashion Show Celebration 2018 on June 8, 2018
Photo by Celeste Worl




Link to Vanessa Anniskett's Facebook Video recording from 360 North Livestream of Haida Fashion Designer Dorthy Grant at SHI Fashion Show at Celebration 2018
(Screen Capture of  Haida Fashion Designer Dorothy Grant and Damen Bell-Holter from video)

Dorothy Grant (Official Website)

‘Light and love’: Native Fashion Show gets ‘electric’ response from full house By ALEX McCARTHY Juneau Empire June 9, 2018




Fashion Designer Dorthy Grant and her models for SHI Fashion Show Celebration 2018




Tlingit Fashion Designer Crystal Kaakeeyáa Worl at SHI Fashion Show Celebration 2018
Trickster Company - An innovative indigenous design company out of Juneau, Alaska. Featuring Alaska Native design, artwork, and jewelry.




Celebration 2018 SHI Fashion Photo from Sealaska Heritage.




Celebration 2018 SHI Fashion Photo from Sealaska Heritage.


9 Canoes with the One People Canoe Society traveled from Ketchikan, Sitka, Kake, Angoon, Hoonah, Yakutat and Canada on 'Journey to Celebration 2018 arriving June 5 in Juneau Alaska. (Photo Klas Stolpe).

'Spiritual and powerful': Canoes land at Douglas Harbor for Celebration by Juneau Empire By Gregory Philson (Juneau Empire June 5, 2018)

Growing group of Native veterans paddles to Celebration while raising awareness By Adelyn Baxter (KTOO June 4, 2018)




Link to Benjamin Danny Coronell's Facebook Video Heading down the Taku to Celebration 2018.
Canoe Team sang the Yanyeidi Wolf song (Photo screen capture of Facebook Video)




Link to One People Canoe Society Facebook Video "Yakutat canoe team going around point retreat" ‎on Journey to Celebration 2018.
 (Photo screen capture of Facebook Video)




New wolf totem pole is memorial and healing symbol by By JAMES BROOKS Juneau Empire (June 6, 2018)
Photo MICHAEL PENN Juneau Empire



Link to Juneau Empire Facebook Video · #live #cele2018 Totem Pole raising at Savikko Park (Photo screen capture of Juneau Empire Video)


"A beautiful ceremony, what a day." Yéil Ya-Tseen via Instagram

"My #Tlingit brother @martinsensmeier great to have you here today" Yéil Ya-Tseen




Yéil Ya-Tseen April 16 via Instagram ·
Come through, it's gonna be one for the books.
@heardmuseum curated by @dont_tmwtd ��
x @iamcarloscruz #blackconstellation #dearlistener #killtheindiansavetheman

Heard Musuem: Dear Listener
Works by Nicholas Galanin
May 4th, 2018 thru September 3, 2018




Instagram Video of Laura Ortman performance at special preview of Dear Listener
at the Heard Musuem May 3, 2018






Yéil Ya-Tseen
April 19 at 2:39pm · Instagram ·
Joyful work, gunalchéesh for stopping by and for the �� SunWoo & @tsu_namee





Angelina Jolie to produce Jim Thorpe movie with Native American lead
by Windspeaker News

Martin Sensmeier to star as Jim Thorpe. Martin will also executive produce the film.





CURATOR TALK & ARTIST DISCUSSION: UNSETTLED ANCHORAGE MUSEUM 4/20/2018

Nevada Museum of Art Curatorial Director and Curator of Contemporary Art JoAnne Northrup presents on the exhibition Unsettled,
that she curated in collaboration with Los Angeles artist Ed Ruscha.
An artist panel follows featuring Alaska artists Da-ka-xeen Mehner, Rebecca Lyon, Allison Warden and Nicholas Galanin,
each with works in the Unsettled exhibition.


Unsettled - Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center
April 20th thru Sept 9th, 2018







An Indigenous Artist’s Futuristic Vision of Traditional Transformation Masks by Christopher Green (Hyperallergic Media, April 9th, 2018)
"In Shawn Hunt: Transformation, the Heiltsuk artist expands traditional forms and experiments with new media and painting" by Christopher Green





2018 Gold Medal Basketball Tournament Champs

Yakutat 65, Haines 53 (Women’s Bracket Championship)



Yakutat captures the 2018 Gold Medal title in the Women’s Bracket
Link to Juneau Empire Sports Video on Twitter: They break their postgame huddle with “Good game Haines!”



Haines 83, Klukwan 66 (B Bracket Championship)



Link to Juneau Empire Sports Video on Twitter:
Haines wins the B Bracket title
for the second year in a row, beating Klukwan 83-66.



Klukwan 74, Angoon 70 (C Bracket Championship)

Link to Juneau Empire Sports Video on Twitter: Angoon’s Curtis Lane can’t get this 3-pointer to go in
the final seconds of the #GoldMedal2018 C Bracket championship.
It was a huge sigh of relief for Klukwan — they were leading 72-70 at that point. Klukwan is your 2018 champion!



Kake 63, Hoonah 62 (Masters Bracket Championship)

At the buzzer! Kake’s Kip Howard gets the offensive board and scores
to give Kake the Master’s Bracket championship over Hoonah
Link to Juneau Empire Sports Video on Twiiter: Incredible finish to an intense game.





Link to FB video Heather Hintze KTVA added a new video: Kyle Worl AWG 2018 Knuckle Hop.

Kyle Worl reaches 167 feet winning the gold medal for knuckle hop at the 2018 Arctic Winter Games March 23, 2018.
Kyle Worl also won the gold at the High Kick and kneel jump at the 2018 Arctic Winter Games.

Worl, Team Alaska come home winners at Arctic Winter Games By NOLIN AINSWORTH (Juneau Empire March 28, 2018)




. Twitter Link to Alex McCathy Video of last round of Al “Mean Machine” Valentine at 58 years old, just won by unanimous decision against James “The Beast” on Saint Paddys Day.

Local Fighter makes Statement with quick defeat of Anchorage Fighter at AK Beatdown By Alex McCathy | Juneau Empire March 19th, 2018

58-year-old Al "Mean Machine" Valentine won against James "The Beast" Roberts during the 31st Alaska Beatdown in Juneau on March 17th, 2018. Al Valentine had his brother John and daughter Eliza in his corner


Al ‘Mean Machine’ Valentine, 58, would like one more chance to fight a heavy weight title bout before he retires. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

Valentine setting examples in and out of the ring By Gregory Philson | Juneau Empire March 16, 2018





Damen Bell-Holter of the Hydaburg Team launched and hits a 3 pointer at the buzzer sending epic Championship game into overtime at 2018 All Native Basketball Tournament. Damen Bell-Holter scored 37 points and had 18 rebounds in the Championship game. Kitkatla wins Championship in Seniors Men's Final in overtime at 2018 All Native Basketball Tournament in Prince Rupert, Canada. Kitkatla 70 vs Hydaburg 67






Screen Capture of Damen Bell-Holter a part of the World Indigenous Basketball Challenge (Facebook)
launching 2018 World Indigenous Basketball Challenge







Lords of the Plains winners of the 2017 World Indigenous Basketball Challenge are ready to defend their title in 2018.






 



Martin Sensmeier (Actor) with Damen Bell-Holter at the Youth Basketball Camp.
Damen Bell-Holter on Instagram

"I asked my brotha Martin Sensmeier if he could come by and say a few words to my campers and of course he came through.
He has reached success on some of the highest levels and he's remained true to his roots.
We're nothing but village boys. Much love, bro. — in Juneau, Alaska."





Damen Bell-Holter April 14 at 3:30pm · Instagram ·
So much love and appreciate for the community of Kake and their children.
I am excited to have an opportunity to mentor these kids for years to come.
I can’t really express how much this means to me. . .
Upcoming: Hoonah, Juneau, Ketchikan, Hydaburg. @ Kake, Alaska

 




Sealaska Heritage will sponsor a Native high-fashion show at Celebration 2018 (Facebook link), a biennial dance-and-culture festival scheduled June 6-9 in Juneau.



"Stalled" Pena Bonita 2018 (NYT)

What to see in New York Art Galleries (NYT)

Artists in the earlier show included Kay WalkingStick, who has three paintings here that think about landscape through an indigenous lens, and G. Peter Jemison, whose drawings here on brown paper bags include wry and blunt titles like “Party Bag” (1982) and “Hunger on Reservations While Children in Africa Starve” (1981).

Newer works include model buildings from Alan Michelson’s “Prophetstown” series, one of which is covered in facsimiles of newspapers from the 19th century with articles and dialogues pertaining to the fate of indigenous people. “Culture Capture” (2017) by Adam Khalil, Zack Khalil and Jackson Polys is a terrific video that turns a visit to an ethnographic museum into a delirious walk through the history of colonialism. (NYT)






Southeast Alaska's Damen Bell-Holter update
CCTHITA donoted 200 black, red and blue Trickster Company basketballs for the event.


Spreading holiday cheer, one basketball at a time
Damen Bell-Holter delivers uplifting talk to Dzantik’i Heeni youth
By NOLIN AINSWORTH (Juneau Empire Dec 10th, 2017)





THE INFORMANTS at Artists Space (New York City December 13, 2017)
Performances by Jim Fletcher and Kite, and videos by Diane Burns; W.K.L. Dickson/Thomas Edison; Guillermo G ómez-Peña; Guillermo Gómez-Peña and Gustavo Vázquez; Sky Hopinka; Tonia Jo Hall; Adam Khalil, Zack Khalil, Jackson Polys; Kent Monkman; The New York Times, Shelley Niro; and Chris Spotted Eagle.with Adam Khalil, Zack Khalil, Jackson Polys, Jim Fletcher, Kite.

Jackson Polys is a visual artist whose practice reflects an inquiry into the limits and viability of desires for Indigenous growth. He works in Alaska and New York, and has had solo exhibitions at the Alaska State Museum and the Anchorage Museum. He earned an MFA in Visual Arts from Columbia University in 2015 and is the recipient of a 2017 NACF Mentor Artist Fellowship.




Facebook link via Mique'l Dangeli

Formline wing installation - part of Alison Marks's first solo exhibition "One Gray Hair" on view Nov 11, 2017 to Feb 4, 2018 at the Frye Art Museum in Seattle.
Organized by the Frye, curated by Dr. Miranda Belarde-Lewis (Zuni/Tlingit). 

"It's a must see!!" Mique'l Dangeli

For more info go to:
http://fryemuseum.org/ exhibition/6705/

 

10 Native American Artists challenge Boundaries of Tradition at National Museum of the American Indian's Heye Center by Levi Rickert (Native News Online)

"Transformer: Native Art in Light and Sound" presents the work of ten artists who use light, digital projection, and experimental media to reflect on their place in and between traditional and dominant cultures. Nov. 10, through Jan. 6, 2019, at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian, George Gustav Heye Center in New York City. Artists featured in Transformer include Jordan Bennett (Mi'kmaq), Raven Chacon (Diné), Jon Corbett (Métis), Marcella Ernest (Ojibwe), Stephen Foster (Haida), Nicholas Galanin (Tlingit), Julie Nagam (Anishnawbe/Métis), Marianne Nicolson (Kwakwa̱ka̱’wakw), Keli Mashburn (Osage), and Kevin McKenzie (Cree/Métis). The project is curated by Kathleen Ash-Milby (Diné), National Museum of the American Indian, and David Garneau (Métis).




"When a bunch of Alaskans show up in Reno, only good things can happen — attending Members Premiere: Art + Environment Season with Zak Dylan Wass, Maya Salganek, Allison Akootchook Warden, Yéil Ya-Tseen, Dakaxeen Mehner and Otis Calvin III at Nevada Museum of Art." Julie Decker

"Need a Reason to Visit Reno? "Unsettled" Exhibition at Nevada Museum of Art Tells Story of the West" Rebecca Kleinman (Hollywood Reporter)

'Unsettled' at the Nevada Museum of Art
August 26, 2017 - January 21, 2018


 






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