The History of the Teehiton Raven hat. Shquindy’s hat (William Lewis Paul) as presented by his grandson Benjamin Starr Paul, koo-nuX-nuhsti, Teehiton Raven.
2-a • 1:30 – 4:45• Yaw Chapel • Alice Taff, Ruth Demmert, Selina Everson, Florence Sheakley
Recording healing in SE languages
Each culture encapsulates in its language how to live a healthy life; language is the wellness resource for that particular culture. We will audio record language related to the wellness teachings embedded in Tlingit/Sm’algyax/X’aad Kíl. Everyone is welcome to participate with ideas, questions, language, or just to listen as we audio record heath and wellness teachings of SE Alaskan languages.
Yaw Arts 107 • Abby Gancz, Eric Hollinger, Chris Hollshwander and Nick Partridge
3D Digitization & Replication
3D digitization of Tlingit objects using photogrammetry will be demonstrated as well as 3D printing.
Noon • Sweetland Hall Luncheon • Duane Gastant’ Aucoin:
“Tlingit, American/Canadian? The 150 Year Old Question”
1-c • 11:30-Noon • Yaw Chapel • Swapna Mukhopadhyay
Revitalizing Cultural Knowledge as a Universal Right of Indigenous Peoples
Members with strong cultural identity are essential for sustainability of a community. The goal of this session is to examine the process of recasting school curricula by reclaiming complex cultural knowledge of STEAM. This will be an opportunity to educate the learners by decolonizing their minds by adopting culturally sustaining pedagogies.
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