THIS PROGRAM IS NOW FULL - ANY REGISTRATIONS WILL GO TO THE WAITLIST
Kids (ages 6-12) & families are invited to make their own traditional Corn Husk Dolls with Seneca artist Penny Minner, and to hear the Haudenosaunee story behind why Corn Husk dolls have no face.
This program is part of our From Seeds to Wisdom youth series exploring Haudenosaunee culture, arts, and history.
WHEN: Sunday September 27th - Session 1 is from 10:30am-12:30pm , Session 2 is from 1:30pm-3:30pm (BOTH SESSIONS ARE AT FULL CAPACITY)
WHERE: CAP ArtSpace in the Tompkins Center for History & Culture on the Ithaca Commons
PRESENTERS: Penny Minner - Seneca Artist
This FREE program is intended for kids ages 6-12. Participants must pre-register, preference for registrants will go to youth although we will accept a waitlist. NO DROP-INS. Registration is limited to 10 children per session and all participants (regardless of age) must wear masks for the entire program. All materials will be sanitized between sessions.
If you have registered but become unable to attend, please contact email@example.com so we can offer your space to others on the waitlist.
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