Final Workshops for Opening the Doors to Dialogue

Posted 16/06/27 in NEWS

The final three (3) beading workshops for Opening the Doors To Dialogue project will be held at the Woodland Cultural Centre in the Museum Meeting Room on July 16 & 17, July 23 & 24, and July 30 & 31 from 1pm-5pm. 

Opening the Doors to Dialogue is a reconciliation project led by Cayuga bead artist Samuel Thomas (Six Nations of the Grand River) in partnership with Paula Whitlow Museum Director at the Woodland Cultural Centre (former Mohawk Institute Indian Residential School 1831-1970) and Woodland Cultural Centre staff support, Brantford Ontario. Pre-registration is required to participate in these creative workshop sessions. Please email: doors2dialogue@gmail.com or pwhitlow@woodland-centre.on.ca for a registration form.  Seating is limited.

Huge nia:wen | thank-you to the funders of this project; the J.W. McConnell Family Foundation and the Circle of Philanthropy and Aboriginal People’s in Canada, and administered by the Canada Council for the Arts.