Sat, Oct 29|
Omakaki Workshops - Face-to-face at Kina8at - CANCELED
Creative Internship - Indigenous World
Time & Location
Oct 29, 2022, 9:00 AM – Oct 30, 2022, 3:00 PM
Design, La Conception, QC J0T 1M0, Canada
About the event
The workshops will take place over a weekend. It will be accompanied by a talking circle, pipe ceremony, guided meditation and walk in the forest.
Over the weekend, participants will collaborate to develop different forms of creativity.
Making bannik is an ancestral tradition among indigenous peoples. You will learn the technique that was passed from generation to generation among these peoples.
The medicine wheel
The medicine wheel is supported by the seven teachings of the Aboriginal Grandfathers. It allows you to learn a simple way of life to apply in everyday life.
Beadwork is very popular among indigenous peoples and is gaining momentum in other communities. You will learn how to bead a rosette which will allow you to bead on fabric, leather and clothing. If time permits, you will learn another beadwork technique.
NB: The schedule and content of this day may vary.
Meals, accommodation and facilitators' fees are included.
Price per person:$375 plus tax ($431.16 with tax)
Number of participants :Group of 10 to 20 people. Minimum: 10 people
Deposit:A deposit of $215.00 is requested in order to complete the registration and guarantee your presence if you do not take the full payment option.
Balance payable :The balance of $216.16 will be payable 4 weeks after the workshop