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Tuesday, August 27 • 8:30am - Thursday, August 29 • 2:00pm
Indigenous Woodcarving FILLING

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In this workshop you will learn about the Northwest Coast carving using traditional materials such as cedar, birch and alder. Workshop participants learn to work with the wood grain, use a variety of carving knives, and learn about traditional artistic symbols, figures, and legends while creating a hands-on project. My aim is to immerse people in the experience of carving as our Indigenous ancestors once did. As participants explore the complexities of creating something as simple as a kitchen tool, they may use their imagination to understand what it might have been like to be an Indigenous person thousands of years ago. Historical view of our ancestral beginnings and appreciation for contributions of Indigenous peoples.

Target Audience: Everyone

Speakers
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Darren McKenzie

Master Carver
An Indigenous artist with knowledge of advanced design, ceremonial rituals, ethnology, and master technical applications, Darren was instilled with the value of passing on this knowledge to succeeding generations.  In addition, he seeks opportunities to use art as a bridge to connect... Read More →


Tuesday August 27, 2019 8:30am - Thursday August 29, 2019 2:00pm
KSS Rm. 179

Attendees (16)