Amazonian Beading Workshops


 

Sunday, October 15 | 10:00am – 12:30 pm
MOA Ethnographic Research Room | Buy Tickets

 

Led by Beatriz Caiza, an Indigenous beadwork artist from the Ecuadorian Amazon, this workshop will focus on the traditional beading methods of the Kichwa style. Beatriz will share her knowledge of the historical and spiritual significance of beading within her community, including the deeper meanings of the colors and abstract designs.
Participants will make their own beaded bracelets to take home.
 

Workshop Cost
Adult: $55
Youth + Student + Senior: $45
MOA Members + UBC Students / Faculty: $35
 

Cost includes materials, museum admission and tax.
Participants of all ages are welcome (children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult).

 

Sunday, October 15 | 1:30pm – 4:45 pm
MOA Ethnographic Research Room| Buy Tickets

 

Led by Beatriz Caiza, an Indigenous beadwork artist from the Ecuadorian Amazon, this intermediate workshop will focus on the traditional beading and necklace production methods of the Kichwa style. Beatriz will share her knowledge of the cultural significance of necklace beading within her community. Participants will make their own necklaces to take home. No experience necessary, adults only please.
 

Workshop Cost
Adult: $65
Youth + Student + Senior: $55
MOA Members + UBC Students / Faculty: $45
 

Cost includes materials, museum admission and tax.
Adults only please.

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Public Programs