Community Cultural Classes
The goal of Community Cultural Classes is to create teaching and learning opportunities in Alaska Native cultural arts in underserved communities through out Alaska. Classes will be determined by the needs and desires of each individual community. Are you a student hoping to learn cultural arts? Are you an artist wanting to teach your craft? Connect with us to see how you can be a part of Community Cultural Arts. This program is a partnership between Shee Atiká, Sitka History Museum, and the Sitka Fine Arts Camp.
Beading in Yakutat
Location: YTT Offices Learning Center (lower level of elementary school)
Teacher Name: Jennie Wheeler
Date: December 4, 5, 6, 12, 13 from 6:00 to 8:30pm and Saturday Dec. 14 from 10am to 2pm
Capacity: 12 Students
This free class is provided by Yakutat Tlingit Tribe and the Sitka Fine Arts Camp.
Beginning through advanced beaders are encouraged to come and learn beading techniques
with experienced expert, Jennie Wheeler. Jennie will be teaching moccasin and boot tops for the upcoming class.
What to bring: Scissors (other materials are provided)
This program is a partnership between Shee Atiká, Yakutat Tlingit Tribe, Sitka History Museum, The CIRI Foundation, Alaska State Council on the Arts and the Sitka Fine Arts Camp.
Contact Mary Goddard if you want to see a class in your community.