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Sealaska Heritage Institute is recruiting students for a Cultural Performing Arts Intensive through its Voices on the Land program in Juneau. The project taps traditional and performing arts to increase literacy skills and student engagement. Native students in 4-5 grades and middle schools will be working to improve storytelling skills with actors James Sullivan, Frank Katasse and Katrina Hotch. Students will practice Tlingit language, play theater games and work with a cultural specialist. There will be parent and student workshops are provided on several evenings during the intensive.
Sealaska Heritage to hold cultural performing arts intensive 062415 NEWS 1 For the Capital City Weekly Sealaska Heritage Institute is recruiting students for a Cultural Performing Arts Intensive through its Voices on the Land program in Juneau. The project taps traditional and performing arts to increase literacy skills and student engagement. Native students in 4-5 grades and middle schools will be working to improve storytelling skills with actors James Sullivan, Frank Katasse and Katrina Hotch. Students will practice Tlingit language, play theater games and work with a cultural specialist. There will be parent and student workshops are provided on several evenings during the intensive.
Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Story last updated at 6/24/2015 - 7:45 pm

Sealaska Heritage to hold cultural performing arts intensive

Sealaska Heritage Institute is recruiting students for a Cultural Performing Arts Intensive through its Voices on the Land program in Juneau. The project taps traditional and performing arts to increase literacy skills and student engagement. Native students in 4-5 grades and middle schools will be working to improve storytelling skills with actors James Sullivan, Frank Katasse and Katrina Hotch. Students will practice Tlingit language, play theater games and work with a cultural specialist. There will be parent and student workshops are provided on several evenings during the intensive.

The intensive is scheduled July 6-11 at Gajaa Hít across from the Elizabeth Peratrovich Building. An “All Student Showcase” will be held July 11 in Shuka Hit (the clan house) at the Walter Soboleff Building. 

Register online at http://goo.gl/forms/RcPAaCUlnN. Registration will be open till the first 20 students are registered or until June 26. For more information, contact katrina.hotch@sealaska.com