Traditional Pacific Island Jewelry was originally made using neolithic tools. Jewelry contained a massive variety of natural treasures such as sharks teeth, obsidian, shells, teeth, bone, bush fiber, feathers, stones, wood and turtle shell. As soon as Pacific Cultures came in contact with Europeans they also began incorporating glass trade beads.
Join us as we create our own in homage to their cultural beauty. Feel free to bring any of your own treasures you would like used in your piece.
This is the rescheduled time for the May 11th event that was cancelled due to tornado watch. Because original registration was at capacity there are no additional available spots. Please see future library events for participation!
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