Basket weaving is the most prolific and best-known traditional Native art in California. Starting in the late nineteenth century and continuing throughout the twentieth century, collectors sought these baskets. Today's weavers honor those traditions, ensuring the continuation of the art and its passage to the next generation.
Each workshop includes an hour-long lunch break. Lunch is not included.
The Cahuilla have experienced a revival in the art of basket making. Join weaver Rose Ann Hamilton (Cahuilla), and learn how to create your own Cahuilla-style coiled basket-medallion.
Saturday, July 29, 2017
11:00AM to 5:00PM
The Autry Museum of the American West 4700 Western Heritage Way Griffith Park, Los Angeles, CA 90027