Women at Noon - Weaving as a Way of Life
When:Â Â Wednesday, Nov. 15, noon-1 p.m.
Where:Â 228 Lory Student Center
Who:Â Â Â Lynda Teller Pete, Navajo tapestry weaver from Denver.
Weaving in the Teller family is viewed as a 'Way of Life,' and weaving lessons have been mandatory for each generation.Â The Tellerâ€™s are a Navajo family who weave Traditional Two Grey Hills Tapestries, with the seventh generation learning to weave now.
Lynda will share with us her experience of weaving as a way of life and how it promotes beauty and harmony and frees the creative spirit in each family member.
Sponsored by Office of Womenâ€™s Programs and Studies 'Women at Noon Series,' as part of Native American Awareness Month.
Contact:Â Teresa Roybal, firstname.lastname@example.org
|Calendar Name:||All University Events Calendar|
|Start Time:||12:00 PM|
|End Time:||01:00 PM|
|Event Begins On:||Wednesday, November 15, 2006|
|Event Ends On:||Wednesday, November 15, 2006|
|Submitter's Name:||Teresa Roybal|