Beth McCubbin

Workshop at the Shawenjeagamik Centre

This was a great workshop, the Shawenjeagamik Centre at 510 Rideau is a really nice place. It is an outreach, drop-in centre branch of Odawa Native Friendship Centre. Unfortunately we planned our day on the same weekend as the big June Pow Wow at Vincent Massey Park in Ottawa…so attendance was not as we expected. But the folks who came made up for the numbers in enthusiasm! Thank so much to Carrie and Jamie for organizing the workshop with 510 Rideau…and to Nancy who made it all so worthwhile!

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Showing Nancy how to ‘erase’ mistakes on a wet tile. Photo credit: Andrew Alexander
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Making and designing tiles. Photo credit: Andrew Alexander
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Transferring an image onto the wet clay. Photo credit: Andrew Alexander
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Pressing an image into the wet clay. Photo credit: Andrew Alexander
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Painting finished design. Photo credit: Andrew Alexander
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