Sunday, December 11 | 12:30-2:30pm
Ages 6+, kids ages 6-12 should be accompanied by an adult
Pricing dependent upon size of dreamcatcher:
12 inch: $45 General | $35 NUMU Members
6 inch: $30 General | $20 NUMU Members
3 inch: $15.00 General | $10 NUMU Members
Learn about the legend of the dreamcatcher. By forming a web of life with the sacred hoop, the dreamcatcher will capture your good thoughts, ideas, visions, and dreams. The hole in the hoop will allow the bad thoughts and negativity to pass through the web. Create your own dreamcatcher, either 6" or 12", all materials included.
Pablo Diego Viramontes, nHanHu (Otomi Nation) is a renowned Native/Indigenous Craftsperson and Art Instructor who has exhibited his art regionally, nationally, and internationally. He received his MA., Lifetime Teaching Credential, and BA from San Jose State University. He retired from santa Clara County Office of Education, Alternative Schools Department with over 40 years experience working with "at risk" students. He is currently on the board with the Indian Health Center Santa Clara Valley He is an Advisor and leader, and drum caretaker of the 500 Mile American Indian Spiritual Marathon. His workshops include dreamcatchers, pouches, hand drums, powwow drums, ojo de dios, rattles, rainsticks, bead work and much more. Using ritual and ceremony in every workshop participants discover their gifts of "HANDS", helping theindividual/s rekindle the power of creativity and healing.
Space is limited, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to save your spot for this workshop. Payment will be accepted on the day of the workshop, and will be dependent upon the size of the dreamcatcher your child creates.