Beaded Traditional Earrings Jewelry Class

Dates:July 20, 2024
Meets:Sa from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Location:UFM Solar Addition
Cost: $30.00

Sorry, we are no longer accepting registrations for this course. Please contact our office to find out if it will be rescheduled, or if alternative classes are available.

Learn to use needle nose pliers and jewelry fittings to make a pair of beaded traditional earrings. We may substitute long glass beads for the porcupine quills, if quills are unavailable. Time allotting, we will do both styles of earrings. Participate in discussion of other styles of earrings. All supplies will be provided by the instructor for use while in class. Enrollment deadline 07/16.

Georgia has over 66 years of experience in beading, basketry, and all forms of folk art. She learned beadwork from her grandmother and has taught classes for UFM, Manhattan Parks & Recreation, K-State Student Union Program Council (UPC), K-State Native American Student Association (NASA), and Native American Student Body (NASB).
Fee: $30.00

UFM Solar Addition

1221 Thurston St

Georgia Nonte Perez

Georgia Nonte Perez has taught Dream Catcher making for over 30 years. She has dedicated her life to learning and teaching folkarts, which she learned at the feet of her grandmother starting at 3 years old. Skills taught to her were beading, weaving, basketry, embroidery, herbal lore, and many other skills. Georgia has taught classes for UFM, Manhattan Parks and Recreation, and private lessons to KSU Native American students and others in her art studio.

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