Through this workshop, participants will be invited to learn patience and perseverance through traditional beading. This is a beginner level workshop where participants will get to make a beaded project!
Participants will be given a kit with supplies to complete a beginner level beaded project.
The project can be:
During this workshop participants will learn the basics of beading application for the beaded project chosen. Participants will learn various beading techniques and tips. They will be given a basic introduction to the Medicine Wheel.
Group size: no more than 10
Length: 3-4 hours depending on your group's beading experience. This can be done in 1 or 2 different sessions.
Cost: $35 per participant (up to 10)
This workshop has been developed for Indigenous youth ages 14-18. Self-identifying Indigenous youth can request this workshop for a group of friends (minimum of 5), teachers can request this workshop for their class, or community leaders can request this workshop for their Indigenous-affiliated group.
If you have any questions about the workshop, including how and why it has been developed for Indigenous youth, email Maggie Cummings at firstname.lastname@example.org