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Paglagivsi! Welcome to the Inupiat History, Language & Culture (IHLC) website!

 

IHLC is a division of the North Slope Borough Planning & Community Services Department. The IHLC Division supports the mission of the department through cultural resource management and programs and services provided through the Simon Paneak Memorial Museum located in Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska and the Inupiat Heritage Center, located in Barrow, Alaska.

 

 
EYC2010

EYC2010

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EYC 2010 - Uqapiaqta

The theme for this year's Elders and Youth Conference was Uqapiaqta (Let's Speak Inupiaq).

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FeaturedArtist RaineyHopson

FeaturedArtist RaineyHopson

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Nasugraq Rainey Hopson - AKP

Rainey regards her art as a translation of the hundreds of beautiful moments she experiences in the arctic.

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See the 2010 Elders & Youth Conference on Gigapan

Carnegie Mellon University and IHLC use Gigapan Technology to educate people of the many different customs and culture of the people in the North Slope.  A Gigapan Picture is a collection of individual pictures stitched together to form a high resolution panoramic picture.  A Gigapan Unit is a mechanical device with a camera attached that snaps these individual photos for seamless stitching.  During the Elders and Youth Conference 2010 "Uqapiaqta!" a representative of Carnegie Mellon University held a workshop about this fantastic technology. 

 
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