Create Your Own Kachina Spirit Keeper With Lali Mitchell
Time & Location
About the Event
Part 1: Saturday, August 29th, 10AM-11:30AM
Part 2: Saturday, September 5th, 10AM-11:30AM
Suggested Donation: Sliding scale $5 to $35 includes both classes.
No One Turned Away For Lack Of Funds, we know everyone's situation is different so give what you can, this offering is for everyone, regardless of ability to pay.
Please join us for this online group experience of making your own Kachina Spirit Keeper. Once you have registered, you'll be emailed the Zoom link to use to login for both part 1 and part 2.
This workshop draws on the Hopi tradition of Kachinas —small spirit- that have traditionally helped the Hopi Indian-nation peoples listen into “Mother Earth who sustains the balance and wholeness of all things.”
You'll need to pre-gather your materials to be prepared to make your kachina with us as a group! Materials list are as following:
1. A Journal or paper & pen
2. A stick, piece of driftwood or a cardboard tube to be used as support for your Kachina.
3. Some basic construction supplies - for-instance: string, tape, glue, scissors, (glue gun if you have one).
4. An assortment of materials for making your Kachina like nature pieces from the beach, garden, woods, etc.
5. Some extra supplies like yarn, ribbon, string, tape, cloth material, stray buttons, costume jewelry, any special pieces that have meaning to you, etc