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Creative Visions: Moccasin Making with Matthew Anderson

The Museum of Native American History (MONAH) is excited to welcome back artist Matthew Anderson (Cherokee) for Creative Visions: Moccasin Making. Moccasin Making with Matthew Anderson will be held Saturday, January 25th from 10am - 3pm, with an hour long lunch break (lunch provided) where participants will learn how to make the Southeast Woodland Peoples Pucker-Toe Style Moccasin. Learn how to create a pattern and how to make a traditional Cherokee foot covering from one piece of leather. Beware! These may be the most comfortable foot sheaths you’ve ever worn and you may not want to take them off!

Creative Visions is a monthly series that invites Native artists to speak and lead workshops on modern and traditional forms of Native American Art. Creative Visions is open to anyone ages 14 and older. Participants must register for free online through the MONAH website or by calling the museum. Registration opens on January 1, 2020. Attendance will be taken at the door prior to entering the event space.

 
Creative Visions: Moccasin Making with Matthew Anderson