Cedar Cordage & Cuff Making with Ayuthea LaPier

Contact: Juliane Corpus

Today in Portland and Salem, come learn about cultural fire and land restoration with visual artist Ayuthea LaPier.

Come learn about cultural fire and land restoration with recognized visual artist, Ayuthea LaPier. LaPier’s Native Heritage comes from the Hanis Coos, Blackfeet, Tlingit, and Metis. During this workshop, attendees will be able to learn how to make cedar cordage and cuffs!

This event will be held on Nov. 29th in the Mediatheque from 1–2 p.m. on the Portland Campus and in the Alumni Lounge from 5–6 p.m. on the Salem Campus. This event is free and open to the Willamette community. Refreshments will be provided.

For any questions or disability accommodations, please contact Chris <cpotts>  for the Portland campus and Juliane <jcorpus2>  for the Salem campus.

We hope to see you there as we close out this year's Indigenous Peoples Heritage Month!

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Salem Oregon 97301 U.S.A.

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