To sign up for upcoming workshops in NYC please visit my "Meetup" page for an updated schedule (link provided below). This week's schedule is ready and open...
11:00 am - 6:00 pm (Rain or Shine)
Inwood Hill Park - 218th Street and Indian Road (4 blocks west of Broadway)
MohawkCoterie.com is an Authentic Collective of Native American Designers, Artisan’s and talent. Our goal is to increase our presence and establish appropriate representation outside our Reservations/Tribes. Through educating and sharing we plan to unblur the lines that lay between First Nation’s people and you. Through Fashion, Art, Dance and Dialogue we can all make a better connection.
Please join us at “Drums Along the Hudson”...
If you are in or around Akwesasne, the Anonwarakowa Arena will be featuring a Holiday Vendors Market on Friday and Saturdays for the next 5 consecutive weekends. Support Local Artisans, crafter's, designers and entrepreneurs every Friday from 4-9 pm and Saturday from 9am to 6pm. Think Big, Shop Small!
There will also be a new Chef every weekend featured in the kitchen so be prepared to be blown away with homemade culinary perfection served up just for you. Hope to see you there and remember to have a wonderful holiday!
Native American Jewelry actually symbolizes the importance of personal embellishment and decoration and Native American jewelry items usually include bracelets, rings, pins, earrings, necklaces, labrets, wampum and ketohs etc which you may not find in any other part of the world. Usually, only indigenous people living in the United States of American know exactly how they are made in an intricate manner.
Native American items are famous for its handmade items and if you are a jewelry lover, you can easily tell the difference between the quality of handmade item and a machine-made item. You won’t find the problems such...