Ages 16+ | Sunday | January 14, 2024 | 1:00 – 3:00 pm
Location: Aurora Town Hall, 3rd Floor Program Room, 100 John West Way – Enter from the Upper/North side
Welcome to a captivating journey into the heart of cultural expression with our new Introduction to Indigenous Beading Art workshop. Dive into the world of vibrant colors, ancient patterns, and timeless traditions. You will learn to bead a small pin using the flat stitch beading method through a guided step-by-step tutorial followed by independent work time with one-on-one assistance.
Materials Fee: $30 for a curated beading kit for at home practice, payable to instructor at beginning of workshop.
Meet Your Instructor
Joy Rogers is a member of Six Nations of the Grand River, Seneca with Haudenosaunee (Six Nations) and Chippewa (Beausoleil FN) ancestry on her maternal side. She began beading in early 2021 and has learned much of what she knows from her mother who was a beader while she was growing up. Her work is largely inspired by Mother Earth and all our relations.