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This in-person workshop was instructed by Pueblo weaver Louie García. We travelled to ABQ, NM for a week where we had some amazing New Mexican cuisine. During this workshop students learned a general history of Pueblo weaving as well as the preparation & finishing of a Pueblo plain and floated warp belt weaving. Find pictures from the workshop here!
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June’s Creative Aging workshop features the Diné writer & zinester, Amber McCrary. With expert guidance students wrote short stories and created lively zines. Four supplemental guest speakers discussed poetry and other topics. There were five (5) in-person sessions with three (3) online sessions for a total of eight (8) sessions.
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This Master Artist workshop taught by Navajo weavers, Barbara Teller-Ornelas and Lynda Teller-Pete. During this workshop, students learned the anatomy of the loom. brainstormed designs, watched a demo on warping, and learned about the history of Navajo weaving. By the end of the workshop many students participated in a tassel-cutting ceremony.
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In this in-person workshop, students explored using porcupine quills, hand-tanned deerskin, & glass beads to create their own medicine pouch. Melanie Sainz (Ho-Chunk) demonstrated a variety of quill and beading methods and introduced students to both traditional & contemporary tools. There was a total of four sessions and met for about two hours on Wednesdays at the Heard Museum.
During this 8-session workshop, students learned about the history of Navajo weaving, how to set up a loom, basic weaving techniques and made their own weaving under the instruction of Navajo weaver, Gerard Begay (Diné).The hybrid course will begin Feb. 14, 2022 and meet for 90 minutes on Mon. and Thurs. in-person at the Heard Museum and through Zoom at 1:30pm, for 8 sessions.
Utilizing traditional methods, students learned how to create their own Cahuilla-style coiled basket using yucca, juncus and deer grass. During the week, students learned how to prep and weave their own medallion. The Heard Museum Master Artist Workshop series offers artists access to mentorship with a master-level artist, which will be instructed by Cahuilla artist, Roseann Hamilton.
The in-person workshop was instructed by Diné & Ute artist Aaron White. During the workshop students were given the choice of wood for their flute; cedar or rivercane. The shape and holes of the flute were handled by Aaron, but after that it was left to the students. Students explored the process of sanding, decorating, sealing and song-making throughout the workshop. The class also attended the Musical Instruments Museum to see the wonderful exhibits and to see one of Aaron’s flutes displayed!
The Heard Museum Master Artist Workshop series provides up-and-coming and mid-career artists access to mentorship with master-level artists, Lucille Maho (Hopi) and Delaine Chee (Hopi). The in-person workshop took place over a total of 5 days. Students were able to create their own ceramic medallion, hair barrette, jewelry and/or tile with the assistance of artist teacher and assistant.
The Heard Museum Master Artist Workshop series provides up-and-coming and mid-career artists access to mentorship with master-level artists. Jordan Poorman Cocker is an Indigenous Artist, Curator, Scholar, and Designer from the Kiowa Tribe & Kingdom of Tonga.
In this workshop students learned to make their own beaded medallion through Kiowa techniques and the history and cultural significance of beadwork. At every stage of creation, students collaborated with their peers from brainstorming design to refining finishing touches.