Jun
9
Wed
2021
Laine Rinehart (Tlingit) Weaver
Jun 9 @ 9:00 pm – Jun 24 @ 4:00 pm
Laine Rinehart (Tlingit) Weaver @ Sheldon Jackson Museum | Sitka | Alaska | United States

We are pleased to announce the second artist in our Native Artist Residency Program for 2021, Laine Rinehart.

Rinehart’s Tlingit name is Neech Yannagut Yéil. He is of the Teeyhíttaan clan (Cedar Bark House) from Wrangell, Alaska. He is also child of the Kagwaantaan through his father’s side. In the summer of 2010, he began weaving in Kay Parker’s Ravenstail class and has since gone on to work with Lily Hope, her mother Clarissa Rizal, and many other women he looks to as mentors. He is immensely grateful to be allowed to participate in a way of being that would generally be unavailable to men and strives to honor the practices and traditions of Chilkat weaving.

For additional information on the Alaska Native Artist Residency Program, a schedule of when artists will be working at the museum, or for information on museum hours of operation, admission fees, and covid mitigation processes, please call the museum at (907) 747-8981.

Jun
10
Thu
2021
Laine Rinehart (Tlingit) Weaver
Jun 10 @ 9:00 pm – Jun 25 @ 4:00 pm
Laine Rinehart (Tlingit) Weaver @ Sheldon Jackson Museum | Sitka | Alaska | United States

We are pleased to announce the second artist in our Native Artist Residency Program for 2021, Laine Rinehart.

Rinehart’s Tlingit name is Neech Yannagut Yéil. He is of the Teeyhíttaan clan (Cedar Bark House) from Wrangell, Alaska. He is also child of the Kagwaantaan through his father’s side. In the summer of 2010, he began weaving in Kay Parker’s Ravenstail class and has since gone on to work with Lily Hope, her mother Clarissa Rizal, and many other women he looks to as mentors. He is immensely grateful to be allowed to participate in a way of being that would generally be unavailable to men and strives to honor the practices and traditions of Chilkat weaving.

For additional information on the Alaska Native Artist Residency Program, a schedule of when artists will be working at the museum, or for information on museum hours of operation, admission fees, and covid mitigation processes, please call the museum at (907) 747-8981.

Jun
11
Fri
2021
Laine Rinehart (Tlingit) Weaver
Jun 11 @ 9:00 pm – Jun 26 @ 4:00 pm
Laine Rinehart (Tlingit) Weaver @ Sheldon Jackson Museum | Sitka | Alaska | United States

We are pleased to announce the second artist in our Native Artist Residency Program for 2021, Laine Rinehart.

Rinehart’s Tlingit name is Neech Yannagut Yéil. He is of the Teeyhíttaan clan (Cedar Bark House) from Wrangell, Alaska. He is also child of the Kagwaantaan through his father’s side. In the summer of 2010, he began weaving in Kay Parker’s Ravenstail class and has since gone on to work with Lily Hope, her mother Clarissa Rizal, and many other women he looks to as mentors. He is immensely grateful to be allowed to participate in a way of being that would generally be unavailable to men and strives to honor the practices and traditions of Chilkat weaving.

For additional information on the Alaska Native Artist Residency Program, a schedule of when artists will be working at the museum, or for information on museum hours of operation, admission fees, and covid mitigation processes, please call the museum at (907) 747-8981.

Jun
12
Sat
2021
Laine Rinehart (Tlingit) Weaver
Jun 12 @ 9:00 pm – Jun 27 @ 4:00 pm
Laine Rinehart (Tlingit) Weaver @ Sheldon Jackson Museum | Sitka | Alaska | United States

We are pleased to announce the second artist in our Native Artist Residency Program for 2021, Laine Rinehart.

Rinehart’s Tlingit name is Neech Yannagut Yéil. He is of the Teeyhíttaan clan (Cedar Bark House) from Wrangell, Alaska. He is also child of the Kagwaantaan through his father’s side. In the summer of 2010, he began weaving in Kay Parker’s Ravenstail class and has since gone on to work with Lily Hope, her mother Clarissa Rizal, and many other women he looks to as mentors. He is immensely grateful to be allowed to participate in a way of being that would generally be unavailable to men and strives to honor the practices and traditions of Chilkat weaving.

For additional information on the Alaska Native Artist Residency Program, a schedule of when artists will be working at the museum, or for information on museum hours of operation, admission fees, and covid mitigation processes, please call the museum at (907) 747-8981.

Jun
13
Sun
2021
Laine Rinehart (Tlingit) Weaver
Jun 13 @ 9:00 pm – Jun 28 @ 4:00 pm
Laine Rinehart (Tlingit) Weaver @ Sheldon Jackson Museum | Sitka | Alaska | United States

We are pleased to announce the second artist in our Native Artist Residency Program for 2021, Laine Rinehart.

Rinehart’s Tlingit name is Neech Yannagut Yéil. He is of the Teeyhíttaan clan (Cedar Bark House) from Wrangell, Alaska. He is also child of the Kagwaantaan through his father’s side. In the summer of 2010, he began weaving in Kay Parker’s Ravenstail class and has since gone on to work with Lily Hope, her mother Clarissa Rizal, and many other women he looks to as mentors. He is immensely grateful to be allowed to participate in a way of being that would generally be unavailable to men and strives to honor the practices and traditions of Chilkat weaving.

For additional information on the Alaska Native Artist Residency Program, a schedule of when artists will be working at the museum, or for information on museum hours of operation, admission fees, and covid mitigation processes, please call the museum at (907) 747-8981.

Jun
16
Wed
2021
Laine Rinehart (Tlingit) Weaver
Jun 16 @ 9:00 pm – Jul 1 @ 4:00 pm
Laine Rinehart (Tlingit) Weaver @ Sheldon Jackson Museum | Sitka | Alaska | United States

We are pleased to announce the second artist in our Native Artist Residency Program for 2021, Laine Rinehart.

Rinehart’s Tlingit name is Neech Yannagut Yéil. He is of the Teeyhíttaan clan (Cedar Bark House) from Wrangell, Alaska. He is also child of the Kagwaantaan through his father’s side. In the summer of 2010, he began weaving in Kay Parker’s Ravenstail class and has since gone on to work with Lily Hope, her mother Clarissa Rizal, and many other women he looks to as mentors. He is immensely grateful to be allowed to participate in a way of being that would generally be unavailable to men and strives to honor the practices and traditions of Chilkat weaving.

For additional information on the Alaska Native Artist Residency Program, a schedule of when artists will be working at the museum, or for information on museum hours of operation, admission fees, and covid mitigation processes, please call the museum at (907) 747-8981.

Jun
17
Thu
2021
Laine Rinehart (Tlingit) Weaver
Jun 17 @ 9:00 pm – Jul 2 @ 4:00 pm
Laine Rinehart (Tlingit) Weaver @ Sheldon Jackson Museum | Sitka | Alaska | United States

We are pleased to announce the second artist in our Native Artist Residency Program for 2021, Laine Rinehart.

Rinehart’s Tlingit name is Neech Yannagut Yéil. He is of the Teeyhíttaan clan (Cedar Bark House) from Wrangell, Alaska. He is also child of the Kagwaantaan through his father’s side. In the summer of 2010, he began weaving in Kay Parker’s Ravenstail class and has since gone on to work with Lily Hope, her mother Clarissa Rizal, and many other women he looks to as mentors. He is immensely grateful to be allowed to participate in a way of being that would generally be unavailable to men and strives to honor the practices and traditions of Chilkat weaving.

For additional information on the Alaska Native Artist Residency Program, a schedule of when artists will be working at the museum, or for information on museum hours of operation, admission fees, and covid mitigation processes, please call the museum at (907) 747-8981.

Jun
18
Fri
2021
Laine Rinehart (Tlingit) Weaver
Jun 18 @ 9:00 pm – Jul 3 @ 4:00 pm
Laine Rinehart (Tlingit) Weaver @ Sheldon Jackson Museum | Sitka | Alaska | United States

We are pleased to announce the second artist in our Native Artist Residency Program for 2021, Laine Rinehart.

Rinehart’s Tlingit name is Neech Yannagut Yéil. He is of the Teeyhíttaan clan (Cedar Bark House) from Wrangell, Alaska. He is also child of the Kagwaantaan through his father’s side. In the summer of 2010, he began weaving in Kay Parker’s Ravenstail class and has since gone on to work with Lily Hope, her mother Clarissa Rizal, and many other women he looks to as mentors. He is immensely grateful to be allowed to participate in a way of being that would generally be unavailable to men and strives to honor the practices and traditions of Chilkat weaving.

For additional information on the Alaska Native Artist Residency Program, a schedule of when artists will be working at the museum, or for information on museum hours of operation, admission fees, and covid mitigation processes, please call the museum at (907) 747-8981.

Jun
19
Sat
2021
Laine Rinehart (Tlingit) Weaver
Jun 19 @ 9:00 pm – Jul 4 @ 4:00 pm
Laine Rinehart (Tlingit) Weaver @ Sheldon Jackson Museum | Sitka | Alaska | United States

We are pleased to announce the second artist in our Native Artist Residency Program for 2021, Laine Rinehart.

Rinehart’s Tlingit name is Neech Yannagut Yéil. He is of the Teeyhíttaan clan (Cedar Bark House) from Wrangell, Alaska. He is also child of the Kagwaantaan through his father’s side. In the summer of 2010, he began weaving in Kay Parker’s Ravenstail class and has since gone on to work with Lily Hope, her mother Clarissa Rizal, and many other women he looks to as mentors. He is immensely grateful to be allowed to participate in a way of being that would generally be unavailable to men and strives to honor the practices and traditions of Chilkat weaving.

For additional information on the Alaska Native Artist Residency Program, a schedule of when artists will be working at the museum, or for information on museum hours of operation, admission fees, and covid mitigation processes, please call the museum at (907) 747-8981.

Jun
20
Sun
2021
Laine Rinehart (Tlingit) Weaver
Jun 20 @ 9:00 pm – Jul 5 @ 4:00 pm
Laine Rinehart (Tlingit) Weaver @ Sheldon Jackson Museum | Sitka | Alaska | United States

We are pleased to announce the second artist in our Native Artist Residency Program for 2021, Laine Rinehart.

Rinehart’s Tlingit name is Neech Yannagut Yéil. He is of the Teeyhíttaan clan (Cedar Bark House) from Wrangell, Alaska. He is also child of the Kagwaantaan through his father’s side. In the summer of 2010, he began weaving in Kay Parker’s Ravenstail class and has since gone on to work with Lily Hope, her mother Clarissa Rizal, and many other women he looks to as mentors. He is immensely grateful to be allowed to participate in a way of being that would generally be unavailable to men and strives to honor the practices and traditions of Chilkat weaving.

For additional information on the Alaska Native Artist Residency Program, a schedule of when artists will be working at the museum, or for information on museum hours of operation, admission fees, and covid mitigation processes, please call the museum at (907) 747-8981.