- Monday, April 24, 2023
- 6:00pm – 8:00pm
- MAWA or Online, 611 Main St, Winnipeg, MB
Shayla Hourie (she/they) is a 28-year-old 2Spirit Anishinaabeg from Naongashiing in Treaty 3 territory, who is completing a Bachelor’s degree at the University of Manitoba. They have been a practicing bead artist since childhood. Hourie has taught reconnecting youth since 2017 through various organizations in Winnipeg. They say, “The teaching of cultural items is significant for both the learner and the teacher, and is meant to be a very loving and enjoyable experience. My main goal is to revitalize culture through beading in a good way that strives for mino bimaadiziwin.”
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Questions? Email Niamh at firstname.lastname@example.org
Masks are required if attending in person.
All materials are provided.
For those participating online you can:
- Pick up your kit in advance at MAWA, 611 Main St. on April 21, 10am - 4pm
- or Have it delivered, Winnipeg addresses only, on Sun, April 23
About the Cross-Cultural Beading Circle
Do you like gathering in person to bead? If so register to come to MAWA on the scheduled Monday evenings. Do you prefer to gather virtually? Join the circle via Zoom. Everyone is invited to learn a in a welcoming atmosphere. No experience necessary. Novice and experienced beaders of all cultures, ages and genders are welcome. Some sessions are unstructured and provide an opportunity to work on our own projects, together. Most feature a guest beader, who will share their history with beading and their techniques. When there is a guest, a kit of materials (incl. beads, thread, cloth and leather) will be available for you at MAWA. If you are joining in via Zoom, you can pick it up in advance, or it can be delivered to you in Winnipeg.
Everyone welcome. This workshop is offered twice, to create opportunity for more participants (do not enroll in both sessions).