Sold out- Cedar Weaving Reindeer Ornament WorkshopBill Reid Gallery
Saturday, December 10, 2022
In this in-person workshop led by Haida artist Todd Gíiglgiigaa ('Heath-gee-ga') learn to make your own cedar woven reindeer ornament! Cedar bark is a traditional material used by First Nations all along the coast for traditional regalia, baskets, ropes, and hats. It carries significant meaning and is sacred to many. Harvesting cedar bark is done with care and often includes ceremony.
This workshop will teach participants to make two cedar reindeer ornaments. All workshop materials will be provided by the Bill Reid Gallery.
Todd is currently an artist in residence at Britannia 55+ Community Center, and "Healthy Aging through The Arts,” an Arts & Health Project by the City of Vancouver.
You can pay for this workshop online or call Visitor Services at 604 682 3455 ext. 221 to process your payment by phone or pay in person. Please contact Aliya Boubard (Assistant Curator) if you have any questions: aboubard@
Photo of Todd G̱íihlgiigaa courtesy of Lilli Mayer, 2017.
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