Folklife Workshops are small, hands-on programs led by local folk artists and tradition bearers that engage participants in the diverse cultural heritage of our region. Participants learn the meanings, materials, and techniques of a cultural tradition practiced locally in a structured lesson, where they create their own work under the guidance and instruction of the workshop teacher. These family-friendly programs provide an opportunity for local folk artists to share their cultural knowledge and practices with a wider audience, and for members of the community to come together and celebrate cultural exchange.
Cost: $10, Members, EBT card holders, and NU students are free(with registration)
Registration: Pre-registration required
May 20 - Beaded Miniature Corn with Erwin Printup Jr.
Description: Learn about Tuscarora White Corn and Tuscarora beadwork, while creating your own Beaded Miniature Corn keychain in this workshop led by local artist Erwin Printup Jr. (Cayuga, Bear)
Time: 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
July 22 - Quilling with Anita Muzzi
Description: Learn about the history of quilling, basic quilling patterns, and create your own decorative work in this class led by master quiller Anita Muzzi.
Time: 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m
If the event is sold out, please email CAMInfo@niagara.edu to be added to the event waitlist.
*Registration is non-refundable. Please call 716.286.8201 for issues registering
CAM Programming Discount Codes
CAM Members – CAMMEMBER
NU Faculty, staff, and students – NUCAMFAM
EBT patrons- Please call Evan Wright at 716-286 -8201
Castellani Folklife Workshops are made possible through the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature.