Bringing the past into the future: Huna Heritage Foundation debuts online archive
HHF has been collecting photographs of historical and cultural relevance for the city of Hoonah and the Huna Tlingit people since its inception in the 1990s. Now, through a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, the organization is working to bring its collection online for easy access by the public.
Appropriation or appreciation? Wearable Art piece sparks debate
The piece received third place from the Juror's Awards but was pulled from Sunday's show after concerns over cultural appropriation.
Photos: Sitka's
Photos from the Sitka Fine Arts Camp's Young Performers Theater Program's performances.
The Awesome Alaska Book Review: The Snow Child
The book is many things all at once: a love story with echoes of mystery and magic, a depiction of frontier life, an exploration of relationships, a poetic illustration of the wonder of the Alaskan wilderness, and a fairytale come to life much like our main characters’ lovingly crafted snow girl.
Planet Alaska: It’s the little fish in life: rainbow smelt — Osmerus mordax
At Mickey’s Fishcamp, where I live and write, we’re all about a sustainable subsistence life. Those are western catch-words for what my daughter, Vivian Mork Yéilk’, a Tlingit language teacher and traditional foods expert, calls haa atxaayí haa kusteeyíx sitee: our food is our way of life.

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