For this year’s Creative Workshops, participants have the opportunity to create Indigenous arts and crafts while enjoying live performances at the festival.
Saturday, June 24th: 10AM to 7PM | Sunday, June 25th 10AM to 5PM
Jaime Morse is Michif from northern Alberta, and grew up on her German immigrant Grandmother’s farm between Métis and First Nations communities. Jaime holds a B.A. in Canadian Studies from Carleton University (2004), and was the 2014 winner of the Ontario Arts Council Award for Emerging Artist. She is an Educator, Indigenous Programs and Outreach at the National Gallery of Canada, and is the owner of Indigenous Walks, a local walk-and-talk tour company. In addition, she is a visual artist who mentors and teaches fish-scale art, beadwork and the drawing of floral-inspired designs on animal hides/skins.
Saturday, June 24th: 11AM & 3PM | Sunday, June 25th: 11AM & 3PM
Join Marc Forgette, owner of Makatew Workshops to create your own medicine bag. Marc is Algonquin and French and proudly offers to share his culture with hands-on workshops with traditional crafts. In this workshop, you will make your own small medicine bag and gain some teachings on our traditional medicines.
Duration: 60 Mins
Cost: $20 per kit
All workshops are pre-registered and sold on site if remaining.