Celebration 2018

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 SHI Fashion Photo from Sealaska Heritage.

Celebration 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 6, 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)

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

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.

(Evening gown by Haida artist Dorothy Grant, modeled by RaeAnne Mills. Photo by Brian Wallace)

CELEBRATION 2018 | Sealaska Heritage The next celebration will be held in June 6-9, 2018. The theme is: Respect: Weigh Your Words. (Photo Sealaska Heritage)

Revisiting Dan Willis's Keex kwaan at Celebration 2016 (Facebook Video)


Garfield Katasse's Alaskan Frybread will be at Celebration 2018
Garfield Katasse hands Bethany Onibokun another order of frybread.
e-mail - Garfield's Alaskan Frybread for Celebration 2006 and summer schedule

"People like their frybread nice and warm; that's why I make it fresh," he said. "I just want to make sure they're happy." Garfield Katasse has been cooking frybead for years. The dish is a family affair. One sister, Grace Larson, covers Sitka. Another, Mary Miller, sells frybread in Petersburg. Katasse has lived all over Southeast and New Mexico. He learned to make frybread during his stays on Apache, Pueblo and Navajo reservations in the Lower 48. From Article Frybread flies at Celebration By Korry Keeker, Juneau Empire.




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