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Webinar: Discover the Art of Beading

Discover the Art of Beading


Marissa Magneson

Come join us on June 3rd from 2-3PM for Marissa’s discussion about her personal connection with beading, seeing beading as not just an Indigenous art form but also a pedagogical practice and research methodology, and how she hopes to see beading find a place in academia.

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Marissa Magneson is a Cree-Métis artist, photographer, educator, and workshop facilitator. She has a BFA honours degree from York University and a Master’s degree in Canadian and Indigenous Studies from Trent University. Her research explores Indigenous methodologies using beadwork as visual storytelling. Marissa's work is rooted in decolonizing education, strengthening community and cultural reclamation. She looks forward to pursuinga PhD in Education at York University in the fall of 2022 where she will be researching beadwork as pedagogy.




This event is part of a series of events for Indigenous History Month organized by a group of Indigenous Graduate students in the History Department at York University. For further information on any of the events contact Rebecca Lazarenko, rlazaren[@]


Jun 03 2022


2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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