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Traditional Knowledge Keepers Program Workshop: Beaded Medicine Pouch

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Royal Saskatchewan Museum

Traditional Knowledge Keepers Program Workshop: Beaded Medicine Pouch

Royal Saskatchewan Museum

Join Melinda Goodwill for an introduction to beading. No experience necessary, open to ages 13+. Beginner to intermediate beaders are welcome to participate. All materials will be provided to create a small, beaded, hide medicine pouch. The workshop includes a presentation by Royal Saskatchewan Museum Curator of Indigenous Cultural History, Bailey Monsebroten who will introduce participants to beaded pieces housed in the Royal Saskatchewan Museum Indigenous History collection. Registration is $25 per person. Consider including a donation to your registration to help support future Museum programs, exhibits and research.  

Melinda GoodwillMelinda Goodwill is Dakota/Lakota from Tatanka Naji (Standing Buffalo First Nation).  She is an educator (retired), artist and designer. Melinda is a powwow dancer of many years, travelling across country.


This workshop is part of the Friends of the Royal Saskatchewan Museum Traditional Knowledge Keepers Workshop Series, sponsored by Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation.

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