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Storytelling
Lecture Series
Culture Series
Poetry Series
Film Series
Community
Workshops
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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Workshops


Jul.
24th
Wednesday, Jul. 24th | 5:00 PM
Workshops
Weaving Gathering
Event Location: HCC Classroom 2

Open forum for those interested to bring your weaving material and work on your projects, a time to visit, share, build skills, and complete your beautiful woven art. Kits available for purchase.


Scheduled to appear. This event is included in the cost of admission.

Workshops


Jul.
31st
Wednesday, Jul. 31st | 5:00 PM
Workshops
Weaving Gathering
Event Location: HCC Classroom 2

Open forum for those interested to bring your weaving material and work on your projects, a time to visit, share, build skills, and complete your beautiful woven art. Kits available for purchase.


Scheduled to appear. This event is included in the cost of admission.

Lecture Series


Aug.
1st
Thursday, Aug. 1st | 1:00 PM
LECTURE SERIES
Crisca Bierwert, Author, Professor
Event Location: HCC Longhouse Room

Crisca will present “Visible on Ancestral Lands: Coast Salish Public Art Works in King County”, her website that maps and documents public art in King County by Coast Salish artists.


This event is free on August 1st as admission is free on the first Thursday of the month. Scheduled to appear.

Workshops


Aug.
3rd
Saturday, Aug. 3rd | 1:00 PM
CULTURE SERIES
Beadwork Demonstration
Denise Emerson, Diné/Twana Artist
Event Location: HCC Classroom 2

Curator and artist Denise Emerson will demonstrate her beadwork designs which artistically capture tribal people from historical viewpoints.


Scheduled to appear. This event is included in the cost of admission.

Workshops


Aug.
10th
Saturday, Aug. 10th | 1:00 PM
CULTURE SERIES
Cedar Pounding
Lisa Telford, Haida Artist
Event Location: HCC Classroom 2

Nationally recognized Lisa Telford returns to demonstrate cedar pounding in preparation for cedar garment making.


Scheduled to appear. This event is included in the cost of admission.

Community


Aug.
17th
Saturday, Aug. 17th | 3:00 PM
COMMUNITY EVENT
Tulalip Foundation Salmon Bake Fundraiser
Event Location: HCC

Fee: $50 per person


Share a night of Tulalip culture and fashion at the Tulalip Foundation Salmon Bake Fundraiser benefiting the Hibulb Cultural Center. There will be a traditional salmon dinner, a silent auction featuring works by Tulalip tribal artists, and a fashion show inspired by the current exhibition, Interwoven History: Coast Salish Wool.


Contact Tulalip Foundation, 360-716-5400, for tickets.

Film Series


Aug.
22nd
Thursday, Aug. 22nd | 6:00 PM
FILM SERIES
Neither Wolf Nor Dog
Steven Lewis Simpson, Film and Documentary
Event Location: HCC Longhouse Room

A road movie through the heart of Lakota Country adapted from the award-winning novel of the same name by Kent Nerburn, starring Dave Bald Eagle, Tatanka Means, and Richard Whitman.


This event is included in the cost of admission.

Community


Aug.
29th
Thursday, Aug. 29th | 6:00 PM
COMMUNITY EVENT
HCC Flute Circle
Cary Williams
Event Location: HCC Longhouse Room

Tulalip flutist and Hibulb Museum Assistant Cary Williams welcomes any flute players to join him in an evening of flute playing. Arrive a few minutes early for short flute lesson pointers.


Scheduled to appear. This event is included in the cost of admission.

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