craft & CREATIVITY WORKSHOPS

CREATIVITY, KNOW-HOW AND ART THERAPY

These workshops in the company of Jocelyne Laroche are part of our "Creativity and Know-How" series, the goal of which is the transmission of native arts while respecting the deep meaning of each hand-made object.

 

New this year: the Acokan courses inspired by art therapy, where you can go in depth within yourself.

  • ONLINE WORKSHOPS:

    • Making of a Talking Stick: Saturday October 10, 2020 - Noon in Quebec / 6 p.m. in Europe

    • Making of a Medicine Pouch: Saturday October 17, 2020 - Noon in Quebec / 6 p.m. in Europe

    • Beginner beading workshop: October 10-17, 2020 - 10:00 a.m. in Quebec / 4:00 p.m. in Europe

    • Beginner beading workshop: November 28 and Dec 5, 2020 - 10:00 a.m. in Quebec / 4:00 p.m. in Europe

    • Acokan course: November 4-11-18-25, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. Quebec time

    • Acokan course: November 4-11-18-25, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. in QC / 7:00 p.m. in Europe

  • PRESENTIAL WORKSHOPS (depending on sanitary rules):

    • Beading workshop in Ste-Agathe des Monts (Quebec): Saturday November 7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    • Making of moccasins in Ste-Agathe des Monts (Quebec): November 14 and 15, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

PEARLING
MAKING THE MEDICINE BAG
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TALKING STICK
MOCCASIN MANUFACTURING
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Activity offered face-to-face and virtual

Activity offered VIRTUALLY

Activities offered in PRESENTIAL

Activity offered face-to-face and virtual

The talking stick is used in all Aboriginal traditions.

During this workshop, you will make your own talking stick that you can use at home or at work.

This workshop is suitable for both children and adults!

The Aboriginal medicine bag is a sacred object specific to each individual. Come and learn more about its meaning during this workshop where you will make your own.

You will also learn more about the medicine wheel, present in all indigenous cultures.

The two beading workshops will take place face-to-face in Ste-Agathe-des-Monts from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The cost of the workshop is $90.00 plus taxes and this includes teaching fees and materials.

  

A lunch break is scheduled from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m., lunch is not included so we suggest you bring a cold lunch.

 

The facilitator will teach you how to bead the tip of your feather or to bead a beautiful bracelet and teach you their meanings. 
 

To register, click on the button 

below! 

For the moccasin making workshop will be offered virtually, the dates are the weekend of May 28 to 29, 2022.

The schedule is from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., lunch break, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. (Quebec time) each day. It will also be offered in replay for those who cannot attend live.  

 

The cost of the workshop for the weekend is $185.00 plus tax CAD and 185 Euros   

 

The workshop is open to adults only
(18 and over)
  

 

Each participant will have to obtain the necessary material from Tribal Spirit Music tribalspiritmusic.com and for European participants, the deadline for registration and purchase of the material is April 27, 2022 in order to receive everything in time for the workshops.   

  

  To register, click the button below!

Dates: Saturday May 14, in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts 

Dates: To come

Dates: To come

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INDIGENOUS DANCES
INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES
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Activity offered face-to-face and virtual

Activity offered VIRTUALLY

You are invited to immerse yourself in Aboriginal culture by learning the language, art, culture and traditions of a particular nation.

We are offering a series of Algonquin language immersion courses on Tuesday evenings May 10, 17, 24 and 31, 2022 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. (Quebec time)  

The cost is $75 plus tax for

the 4 courses.

Our Indigenous dance workshops combine teachings about traditions and culture and physical expression through dance.

Pleasure guaranteed during these workshops that appeal to all those who like to move to the rhythm of songs and drums!

This workshop is suitable for both children and adults!

Dates: To come

Dates: May 10-17-24-31, 2022

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MEDICINE WHEEL
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Activity offered face-to-face and virtual

The medicine wheel is the basis of the teachings  traditions of indigenous cultures.

You will learn the meaning of the circle, colors, animals and elements related to the medicine wheel.

This workshop is suitable for both children and adults!

Dates: To come

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FAMILY ARTISTIC WORKSHOP

Anicinapek Day

The experience of CREATING has been part of Aboriginal traditions for millennia among the Anicinapek (Algonquin).

 

Anicinapek Day will take place on Saturday, May 21, a wonderful day where you can immerse yourself in Aboriginal culture, while learning the art of making different symbolic objects. 

Here are the planned activities:  

- Teachings about animals and taking an animal's name 

- Making talking stick and talking circle 

- Medicine Wheel Crafting 

- Make bannik (bread roll) 

- Manufacture of small tepees 

- Discovery of places  

 

**Don't forget to bring your lunch** 

Hot chocolate and bannik rolls will be served!   

 

Pricing : 

$75.00 plus tax for one person ($86.23) 

$140.00 plus tax for 2 people ($160.97) 

$200.00 plus tax for 3 people ($229.95) 

$240.00 plus tax for 4 people ($275.94) 

4 years and over (account for 1 person)

3 and under free  

 

*This rate includes the services offered by an animator and all the craft materials. To confirm your registration, a deposit of $45.00 per person or $100 per family is required.  

 

You will share the joy of being together in the majestic Laurentian forest. 

Face-to-face : May 21, 2022

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WEEKEND ARTISTIC WORKSHOP

Acokan (pronounced “ajougan”) means bridge, in the Anicinape (Algonquin) language. The course exists to accompany you gently in your creativity and inner discoveries.

 

On this path of pure creativity, Joan Wabanonik and Jocelyne Laroche also build bridges between Aboriginal philosophy and more recent techniques inspired by art therapy.

Do you need to be an artist yourself to start this path? No way ! Just the urge to summon your own creative power, reconnect with yourself and celebrate the world around you!

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Dates:  Coming

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