Beaded Floral Patches Workshop with Ravina Morgan

By: Bill Reid Gallery

1 pm - 4 pm, Saturday, December 16th

Join us on December 16th, from 1 pm to 4 pm, for this workshop where you will learn the art of creating beaded floral patches. Guided by Ravina Morgan, you will explore patterns and techniques that hold deep cultural significance and learn to create your own beaded floral patch. You can add them to backpacks, purses, hats, or whatever you want! 

Limited to 15 participants.

Click here to register and secure your spot.


About the Artist

Âmow-piyêsîs Iskwew ; ᐋᒧᐤᐱᔦᓰᐢ; Hummingbird Woman

Ravina Katie Morgan is a member of Smiths Landing First Nation in the Northwest Territories. She comes from Tthebatthi Dënésułiné, Cree, Métis, Central and South Asian ancestry. Ravina was born and raised on the traditional, ancestral and un-ceded shared territories of the Semiahmoo, sc̓əwaθenaɁɬ, təməxʷ (Tsawwassen), Qayqayt, kwikwəәƛ ̓əәm (Kwikwetlem), Kwantlen and q̓ic̓əәy̓ (Katzie) First Nations. Ravina shares her passion for revitalizing ancestral knowledge through the power of blood memory while immersing herself in culture and community. Beadwork has become medicine for Ravina and her family, and it is allowing them to reclaim teachings that are healing five living generations. 


Contact Us

Please contact Amelia Rea (Assistant Curator) if you have any questions:


    Workshop Fees

    Non-Members: $30

    Members/Indigenous peoples: $25

    *Prices do not include taxes



    Supported by:

    City of Vancouver

    Artists Workshops Partner

    Genus Capital Management