In this workshop you will choose beads and/or charms to make a unique dreamcatcher. Throughout the workshop we will explore the history of the dreamcatcher and
In this workshop you will choose beads and/or charms to make a unique dreamcatcher. Throughout the workshop we will explore the history of the dreamcatcher and the pan-indigenous movement. Participants will have a chance to ask questions and reflect on their final piece. This experience is suitable for both adults/seniors and children with guidance.
Melanie Gray is an Indigenous Artist, Jeweler, and Art Therapist from Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. She has a history of facilitating workshops with a variety of ages. Melanie is from the Mohawk Nation and a member of the wolf clan.
When: Saturday, December 12th 10 am – 12 pm
Where: Rehearsal Hall, 2nd Floor, Tett Centre for Creativity & Learning
NOTICE: Registration is required. Class size is limited to accommodate physical distancing measures. Students will be required to complete a self-assessment form prior to the class. Masks must be worn within the building at all times. Please wash and sanitize hands regularly, and maintain physical distancing. We are monitoring and following Health Canada and Kingston Frontenac Lennox and Addington (KFL&A) Health Unit recommendations. We look forward to your safe and creative visit!
(Saturday) 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning
370 King St W, Malting Tower, Kingston, ON K7L 2X4