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Bandolier bags—the large, heavily beaded shoulder bags made and worn by several North American Indian tribes around the Great Lakes—are prized cultural icons. From the 1870s to the present day, Ojibwe bead artists of Minnesota have been especially well known for their lively, creative designs. Using Marcia G. Anderson’s book, A Bag Worth a Pony, as a primary source, Denise Beusen will review the history, forms, structure, and motifs that give these works their lasting visual appeal.
Jeanne Çur will also discuss the next section of the “Ima Stitcher” name tag project.
LOCATION: We are temporarily meeting by video conference due to COVID-19. A link to connect to it is on the Member Resources page.
Mailing Address: Needlework Guild of MinnesotaPO Box 165065100 West 36th St. St. Louis Park, Minnesota 55416
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