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Traditional Native American Beadworking III

beadworking

April 03, 2019

06:30 PM - 09:30 PM

Shields 109

$45 + $10/supplies

Adults

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TRADITIONAL NATIVE AMERICAN BEADWORKING II

Dates: February 20-27

Days: Wednesdays

Time: 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

Instructor: Russ Howell    

Fee: $35 + $10 paid to instructor for beads

Location: Shields 109

In the Traditional Native American Beadworking series, you’ll get the chance to learn how to make beautiful beadwork handicrafts using the Native American folk technique of lane stitching. The instructor has been beading and teaching beading for over 40 years and will cover the basics as well as introduce you to the materials, tools, beads, and resources involved in this artform.  You’ll learn about backing materials, art styles, and patterns.  Students will need to bring a magnifying glass (low 1+), thimble, small sewing scissors, and small sealable bowls or containers to store beads.  The project for this class will be a traditional style rose medallion necklace.

When:
April 03, 2019
06:30 PM - 09:30 PM
Where:
Shields 109
Cost:
$45 + $10/supplies
Audience:
Adults
Contact:
Diane Gause
(208) 732-6442
dgause@csi.edu
Links:
CSI Community Education Center