Name: Beaded Pouch Making Basics
Date(s): 8/22
Time: 11:00a - 4:00p
Ages Allowed: 18 - 99

Beaded Pouch Making Basics

Instructor: Leanne Campbell

Saturday, August 22, 2020, 11 am – 4 pm

Location: Museum Art Education Studio

Limit: 20

Cost: $45, members, $50 non-members

Class Description: This bead making workshop will be led by American Indian artist Leanne Campbell, a dedicated practitioner of the Coeur d’Alene Tribe’s traditional arts. Learn alongside this contemporary American Indian artist as she leads this step-by-step art-making project in beaded pouch making. Appropriate for beginners as well as those with advanced abilities. Participants will learn how to create geometric designs using the lane stitch. The finished product will be a beaded buckskin pouch necklace. *Workshop includes a short lunch break. 

*A supplies kit will be provided for this workshop and is included with the cost of registration. Kits will be handed out to registrants at the beginning of the class session. If this class needs to become a webinar, kits will be available to pickup at the museum at a specific time and date (which will be provided), or if necessary, we will mail the kit to the home address provided by you when registering before the class commencement date.

*Note: If this workshop cannot be offered on the Museum campus due to COVID 19, the instructor will offer it for you as a webinar. You will need a computer to participate. If the class is offered as a webinar, you will be informed before the class date and we will provide you with a link to join and where you can pickup the necessary class supplies.

*Effective June 26 a statewide order for Washington State requires all individuals to wear a face covering in indoor public spaces. The order also requires face coverings outdoors when a person is unable to stay at least 6 feet apart from others.To insure the safety of all of our Museum guests, and be in compliance to this mandate as a state agency, the Museum is requiring all people visiting its campus, including those participating in its summertime public programs or workshops, whether held outdoors or indoors, to wear a face covering. The governor's office has listed some exemptions to this statewide order. You can review the exemptions through this link: . Thank you for your cooperation and understanding. We look forward to seeing you soon and often at the MAC this summer!

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