Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba: Free Beading & Cree Language Workshop, November 23
Artist Workshops – Public Art Mentorship Program
Saturday, November 23rd
1 – 2:30 pm
Workshop: Intro to Cree Language Lessons with Carly Morrisseau
Speak a few simple phrases in Cree at this introductory language lesson with Carly Morrisseau. As part of the Public Art Mentorship Program, Morrisseau will lead the workshop to build their skills in artistic leadership.
Carly Morrisseau is pursuing a BFA (Honors) with a major in Drawing and a minor in Native Studies at Brandon University. Their mediums include pencil, ink and their tablet's stylus. They are interested in pursuing comics, illustration and different storytelling mediums. Morrisseau is teaching art classes at the Art Gallery of South Western Manitoba for the fall and has artwork kept in private collections.
Workshop: Beadwork Basics with Jessie Jannuska
Learn the basics of beadwork at this hands-on workshop with Jessie Jannuska.
As part of the Public Art Mentorship Program, Jannuska will lead the workshop to build their skills in artistic leadership.
Jessie Jannuska is a Brandon-based interdisciplinary visual artist with mixed Dakota, Ojibway and European ancestry. She is from Canupawakpa Dakota First Nation. She has recently completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with honors from Brandon University. She primarily works in oil, acrylic, watercolor, pencil, pen, mixed media, and beading. She has had solo exhibitions at the Glen P. Sutherland Gallery, and the Arts Mosaic Gallery, and has participated in many group exhibitions.
There are only 10 spots available for each class. Please call the AGSM to register.