Come alongside Justice Noon as you and your class enter into the vivid and colorful patterns of beading. Join Justice as she takes classes through a brief history of beading, introduction to certain stitches and symbols as well as the creation of your very own beading design.
- Art Stream: Visual Arts/Beading
- Broadcast length: 45 minutes, with a pre and post workshop activity
included in the teacher guide
- Date and time: Nov. 24-25, 2022
- Time TBA
- Host School: Hartley Clark Elementary in Spiritwood
- Register below for the Live session
Teacher Guides and Resources
- Download the beading workshop supplies list (PDF)
- Download the Grade 7/8 teacher guide (PDF)
- Download the Grade 3/4 teacher guide (PDF)
- Download the Grade 1/2 teacher guide (PDF)
- Download the Grade 5/6 teacher guide (PDF)
Justice Noon is a nehiyaw iskwesis (cree woman) born and raised in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan residing in treaty 6 territory. Under status, she is from Thunderchild First Nations. Justice is a S.T.E.M student going to university for Environmental Science, dedicated to revitalizing her culture. She is a beader & fashionista who is passionate about social equity and decolonization. As an Urban Indigenous (city native), her personal style is blending two worlds in a contemporary fashion; what does it mean to be Indigenous today? Justice found beading as one way to bring her closer to her culture, while having a creative outlet for expression. Justice is very excited to meet you all, and to pique your interest to the craft. Tawpe, hiy hiy.