Bead N' Bitch is an online gathering hosted by artists Dayna Danger and Nico Williams. Along with moderator Eli Hirtle (Indigenous Curator, Open Space Arts Society), join us for an interactive art experience reflecting on kitchen table talks.
'Metis Kitchen Table Talks' were started by Cathy Mattes and Sherry Farrell Racette, two Métis scholars and knowledge keepers. Many Métis people have fond memories of their mothers, grandmothers, fathers, aunties and uncles passing on knowledge in the heart of the home, the kitchen. Bring some tea and your latest project materials to work with as we gather around our computer screens to bead, eat, craft, share, laugh, smoke, cry, and bitch together. Everyone welcome!