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Troc-Cadeaux: Listen by Nico Williams, Part 2 (ONLINE)
05/12/2020 @ 11:00 - 13:00Free
Learn how to create triangle drop earings with Nico Williams (PART 2) on Saturday, December 5 at 11 am on Zoom.
About this Event
The Ojibwe artist Nico Williams has a cultural gift to share which is teaching how to create triangle drop earings. Participants are encouraged to make them for someone they love and care about.
Please note that this workshop will have a second part to do the final touches on Saturday, December 5 at 11 am.
This virtual workshop is limited to 20 participants and registrations are open until November 18. Priority will be given to attendees who have not participated in a workshop with Nico before.
After registering, please send your name and address in an email untitled “Listen” to our coordinator Nadia Hajji : email@example.com
The kit will be shipped to your address. Please make sure you will be available to attend.
You will receive an email with the link to connect to Zoom within 48 hours of the workshop. Looking forward to seeing you on Saturday, November 28 at 2 pm on Zoom! !
L’Atelier d’art Métèque and the Native Immigrant organization have joined forces with Diversité artistique Montréal (DAM) to offer artists from immigrant and Indigenous peoples as well as artists 65 and over the opportunity to provide artistic workshops to audiences in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and Côte-des-Neiges during the fall of 2020 as part of the TROC-CADEAUX project.
TROC-CADEAUX is an initiative that aims to celebrate cultural exchange and is inspired by Mohawk culture with the idea that every child is born with a gift. Considering the cultural background of each immigrant as a gift to be shared, a source of enrichment for the host society, this project will make sharing possible through objects of art created during the workshops. The possibility of exhibiting and exchanging gifts at an event will depend on the context of COVID-19.
This project is funded under the Montreal Cultural Development Agreement between the City of Montreal and the Government of Quebec.