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First Nations House Presents: Bead Art Painting

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Metis Dot Art Paint Event

Learn how to create Dot Art inspired By Métis Beadwork with the talented artist and facilitator Marissa Magneson. All supplies will be provided and you just need to bring yourself and a willingness to be creative!

Limited spacing available so please register to secure your spot.

Marissa Magneson is a Cree-Métis artist, photographer, educator, and workshop facilitator. She has a BFA honours degree from York University and a Master’s degree in Canadian and Indigenous Studies from Trent University. Her Master’s focused on Indigenous re-search methodologies using beadwork as visual storytelling. Marissa’s work is centered around decolonizing education, strengthening community and cultural reclamation. In her collaborative work with various organizations, Marissa works towards photographing, consulting, educating, and creating programming in meaningful ways. She is currently a doctoral student in the Faculty of Education at York University where she is researching beadwork as pedagogy, a bridge toward reconciliation and cultural reclamation.

Instagram: @MagnesonStudios / @MarissaMagnesonPhotography


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