Ketchikan Museums

Native Arts Study Program – On display through September 2023 “This apron represents my family name ‘Ketah.’ It is derived from the Tlingit ‘Kéetáxch,’ which refers to the orca’s hunting behavior of slapping its tail on the surface of the water. The Raven figure refers to my moiety.” – Eechdaa, Dave Ketah

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example of completed tinaa project

Tináa Workshop

July 9th and July 16th – In person or Online. The Sheldon Jackson Museum and Friends of Sheldon Jackson Museum invite the public to participate in a tináa (copper shield) making class. In this class taught by Eechdaa Dave Ketah (Tlingit) students ages, 12+ will have an opportunity to make one large tináa pendant, two

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