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May 1-July 12, 2015

 

Beautiful Markings:

Native American

Tattoos

Native woman showing tattoos on forearms

 

Liz Charlebois (Abenaki) guest curator.  

For thousands of years people have been

marking their bodies for personal and spiritual

reasons.  See examples of modern day

traditional tattooing of First Nations people.

 

In the Contemporary Art Gallery.

Wednesday-Friday, May 13-15, 2015, 6-9pm

 

Alex Alvarez

Shell Engraving Class

- Beginner Level

A great introduction to the tools and techniques, you will

create several pieces of your own, like the one below:

Engraved Shell Necklace

Cost: Members $50 + $20 materials

          Non-members $70 + $20 materials

Must attend all three sessions

Pre-registration required

Saturday & Sunday, May 16-17, 2015, 10am-3pm

 

Alex Alvarez

Shell Engraving Class

- Intermediate Level

A more in-depth class for those with prior experience.

Alex Alvarez engraved shell piece

Cost: Members $50 + $35 materials

          Non-members $70 + $35 materials

Must attend both sessions

Pre-registration required

June 6, 2015, 10am-4pm

 

Jennifer Lee

Bark Basket Class

 

Jennifer Lee's bark basket class

Choose what form you'd like to make: berry basket, mukuk or

water bowl.  If you've taken a class from Jennifer before whe will

show you a new form.

Cost: Members $30

          Non-members $45

Pre-registration required

For more information about these events

please call 603-456-2600

or email info@indianmuseum.org

Please consider joining us as an MKIM event volunteer.

Click here to see event volunteer position descriptions.

To become a volunteer: contact MKIM’s Volunteer Coordinator

at 603-456-2600, x227 or email volunteer@indianmuseum.org