Beadwork shows Indigenous resiliency and cultural value. This workshop covers historical beadwork, tools, and techniques, and includes making a Medicine Wheel medallion.

Instructor Larissa Severight, Beading
Course Duration 75 Minutes
Course Delivery Instructor-Led, In Person
Course Provider Conference 2024
Course Type Instructor-Led, In Person

Beadwork has been and will continue to be significant in representing Indigenous resiliency as well as highlighting the distinct cultural value of Indigenous peoples. Its versatility, ability to add texture and dimension, customization options, cultural heritage, and economic impact make it an important craft. Beading not only brings beauty and uniqueness to designs but it also allows individuals to express their style and connects them to different cultures.

 Through this hands-on workshop, participants will walk away with a greater understanding of historical Indigenous bead work, tools and techniques, and will work to complete a small, beaded Medicine Wheel medallion. 

Course Details

Course Type: Instructor-Led, In Person
Duration: 75 Minutes
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Provided by: Conference 2024
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