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Native Artists United (NAU) and the Sacred Pipe Resource Center are providing a series of American Indian Art classes in the fall of 2018 and spring of 2019. The classes are free of charge, thanks to the generosity of the First Nations Development Institute. Classes will be led by local expert Native artists, members of NAU.

Classes are open to youth and adults ages 12 and up. You must commit to attending all of the days in the class to finish the project. All classes will be held from 5:30–8:00 p.m. at the Will-Moore School, Room 107, 400 E. Avenue E.

You must be registered to attend. Click on the class that interests you below to register.

September: Flat/Running Stitch Beading. This class will be led by artist Taylor Wilkinson. Participants will complete an earring and/or necklace set using the flat/running stitch to their specifications. All materials will be provided.

October: Brick Stitch Beading. This class will be led by artist Holly Doll. Participants will complete an earring set to their specific design and specification (colors, etc.) using the brick stitch. All materials will be provided.

November: Parfleche & Christmas Ornament Painting. This class will be led by artist Shawna Romero-Fricke. She will help participants create a fully-painted parfleche bag and/or a Christmas ornament just in time for your Christmas tree!

December: Ribbon Skirts & Prom Dress Design. Get ready for prom or spring formal events with a ribbon skirt and/or Native embellishments to your prom dress! Led by artist Kelsey Tortalita. Materials will be provided.

Check the calendar for the full schedule.