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Creative arts, Health & wellness, Mental health

Make your own earrings! Beading with Cory Hunlin

DATE & TIME
Thursday, October 7, 2021
12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.

SPEAKER(S)

Cory Hunlin

COST

This event is free

Website

Zen Dens

WHERE

tbd

Registration is now full! 

Join the Zen Den as we welcome Cory Hunlin of This Claw to learn Indigenous beading techniques to make your own pair of earrings!

All materials will be supplied at the workshop! Register by September 30th - spaces are limited and reserved first come, first served for this in-person workshop. 

This event is part of Creative Connections and Campus Sustainability Month.


Cory Hunlin is a Tsilhqot'in artist from Tsideldel (Redstone, BC), raised in Vancouver and now living in TiohtiĆ :ke (Montreal, QC). Hunlin explores ways to connect with the public through beadwork and photography. The artist is deeply involved in their community and takes advantage of art markets/workshops to connect with people and share their knowledge. Beading is also a way to reconnect with their heritage while navigating through this platform as a means to keep traditions going and start new ones. As a Two-Spirit, they want to reclaim their place in the art world and see art as an opportunity to spread awareness about Two-Spirit people's.

View Cory's work at thisclaw.com 


This event is part of:

Creative connections


Three pairs of beaded earrings on white fur backgrounds. This Claw - Cory Hunlin
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