Date : December 14th, 2019
Time : 10am-3pm
Location : Lindsay Makerspace, 87 Adelaide St N, Second Floor
Ages: 7+ (Families friendly)
https://pinnguaqlearning.space/en/events or call 708-878-8980
This workshop will teach participants how to create a small flat-stitched beaded project using a variety
of techniques including 1-needle and 2-needle. This workshop is geared for beginners but all levels are
welcome! Due to limited space, priority registration will be given to First Nations, Metis, or Inuit people but is open to everyone. This workshop is free and a great opportunity to learn about the positive impact traditional Indigenous art forms have on community. All materials will be provided along with
snacks. If you prefer to use your own beads/material, feel free to bring them to the workshop!
This workshop is led by Courtney Milne and Stefanie Okemow Kuzmiski . Courtney is a Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe woman, bead work artist and has been an active community worker for several years. Stefanie is of Cree and European ancestry and currently lives in Toronto. Her work has focused on cellular animations that enable us to learn about our bodies, and our connection to the world around us.
Please contact Jack or Mindy for more info at 705-657-9455