Artist and educator Melanie Gray will walk participants through the
Artist and educator Melanie Gray will walk participants through the step-by-step process of making porcupine quill earrings. Throughout the workshop, Melanie will share tidbits of Haudenosaunee thinking and some history on beadwork and wearable art. At the end of the class, each participant will go home with their own handcrafted porcupine quill earrings, and more knowledge of Haudenosaunee culture. This workshop is recommended for participants aged 16 .
Melanie Gray is an Indigenous Artist, Jeweller, 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. Learn more about Melanie’s work at facebook.com/LikeLittleOwl
Location: Rehearsal Hall, Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning
This event requires all attendees to provide proof of vaccination ID and wear masks. Attendees may be allowed to remove masks when seated. If you are keen on attending but are unable to provide proof of vaccination, please contact Nicole Daniels, Program Communications Coordinator, at email@example.com