As part of Virtual Celebration 2020, Sealaska Heritage Institute shifted its popular Native Art Market to an online format, inviting participants to submit short videos for SHI’s YouTube live stream and statewide broadcast on 360North. Below is a list of artists who are participating in Virtual Celebration and their contact information.

The goals of the market, in part, are to support the perpetuation of Native art traditions of Southeast Alaska with the quality and aesthetic forms that gave rise to its distinction and to promote the production of those Native art forms which are endangered.

Mary and Roz Cruise, Naakée Designs
Copper and silver jewelry

Ay Lelum – The Good House of Design Inc.
Apparel, First Nation music, wood carving

Shirley Waipa
Fossilized walrus and mastodon ivory jewelry

Renee Culp, Sugar Bear Treasures
Vintage glass beaded jewelry, 907 723 9113

Lily Hope
Woven jewelry

Aquino Brinson Apparel
Silk screened apparel, 907 723 1187

Israel Shotridge

Fred Lauth
Wood carving

Leslie and Robert Nathan, Blu Raven
Jewelry & wood carving

Ken Lea
Metal jewelry, 907 209 2679

Nils Landin
Painting & wood carving

Margaret Morris
Painted drums

Estalita Mayac Chiles
Beaded jewelry

Julie Ayers
Beaded jewelry,

Teresa Smith
Wood kayaks & fossil jewelry

Grant Pauls
Metal jewelry, 778 888 4005

Janice Jackson, Coho Creations
Regalia making

Norman Jackson
Wood carving, jewelry & prints, 907 617 6224