Image: Aurora Wolfe, landmark, 2019
Saturday January 25, at 1pm
AKA Artist-run gallery
Free for Members
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. Maximum of 15 participants.
Join us on Saturday January 25, at 1pm for a free members workshop lead by Aurora Wolfe. In response to our current exhibition PEJIPUK and specifically Musseau’s [re]claim series, Aurora has developed a beading workshop that will focus around the Cree name for Saskatoon, misâskwatôminiskahk. Each participant will have the opportunity to learn basic beading techniques and produce their own beaded work based on a berry bunch design by Aurora. Please RSVP to reserve a place as the number of participants is limited to 15.
Aurora Wolfe is a student at the University of Saskatchewan currently pursuing a double major in Indigenous Studies and Studio Art. Her work combines traditional mediums with media components to create counter narratives to colonial histories.