• Haida Film Project

    Edge of the Knife: GingG̲a

    GingGa, bathing in cold water for strength, is a practice that spans northwest coast societies. Maternal uncles instill discipline and strength in their nephews by bathing them in the sea and whipping them with hemlock [...]
  • art

    What nice Ovoids you have!

    Rhonda Lee McIsaac — Over the past few months, Kilthguulans Christian White has been busy instructing the young carvers in the practical application of Northwest Coast Art. Apprentices Daisy White, Shaylana Brown, Jennica Bell, Tiffany [...]
  • art

    Totem in the Forest: Figures coming to life!

    As the Hiellen pole nears its raising date, Haida Laas was able to have a quick chat with artist Kilthguulans Christian White to provide another update on the progress of the project. “We are recreating [...]
  • Critters

    A Living Classroom Experience

    A migrating group of 8 kun humpback whales put on a show for Dave Wahl’s grade 7 graduating class who were travelling to T’aalan Stl’ang this week. The intelligent kun were bubble net feeding on iinang herring and [...]
  • art

    Pole carvers getting intense

    Rhonda Lee McIsaac — Artist Kilthguulans Christian White takes time out of his lunch hour to provide an update on the progress of the work going into the Totem in the Forest project. There are [...]

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