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Sep 1 '21
Begins at 6pm
World renowned Metis artist, Jennine Krauchi will take us through a journey of the history of the Metis, our ancestors, and the truly amazing rebirth of our art form known as beadwork.

There will be a Q and A after the discussion.


Metis Kitchen Table Teachings is a virtual series dedicated to the transmission of Metis knowledge and culture.

Make sure to visit the WAG to see these important exhibitions by Metis artists Rosalie Favell: Family Legacy & Tracy Charette Fehr Heartbeat of a Nation: Metis Women 250 Years

Jennine Krauchi

Jennine Krauchi is a Métis beadwork artist and designer. She creates clothing and does replica work for many organizations, including the Manitoba Museum, Parks Canada, the Canadian Museum of History, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and other institutions in Scotland, France and the US. She has also taught quillwork and moccasin/mukluk making in schools and at festivals in Canada and Europe.

The artistry of Jennine Krauchi

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