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Traditional Rawhide Container Workshop

  • Phone: (607) 937-5386

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There were seven types of rawhide containers utilized on the Plains. During this two-part workshop, traditional Lakota artist Steve Tamayo will lead participants in the creation of their very own rawhide container. Participants will learn about the function and historical evolution of the containers through the impact of trade. Symbology and color concept will also be discussed to add a decorative element to your container. Program fee covers both sessions and all materials. Ages 16 and up. Space is limited – register early to save your spot!

Traditional Rawhide Container Workshop
  • The Rockwell Museum: A Smithsonian Affiliate
  • 111 Cedar Street
  • Corning, NY 14830
  • September 25, 2017 to September 27, 2017
  • Rockwell Members: $35, Not-Yet-Members: $60


The Rockwell Museum: A Smithsonian Affiliate

111 Cedar Street
Corning, NY 14830
(607) 937-5386
Come experience our collection of art about America that tells the story of the American experience! The diverse collection includes a mix of contemporary Native American art with traditional bronze sculptures, landscape paintings and other works that embody America. There are many reasons why you should bring your family to experience The Rockwell. We offer guided tours that you can book as a group, or you are welcome to explore the Museum on your own. Open daily, The Rockwell welcomes the young and the young-at-heart to explore Art About America. From Art Hunts to our NEW Family Exploration Studio, the museum is designed to make art accessible to kids, and inspire an appreciation for art at a young age. Kids love our activities, and parents become gallery experts to guide their families through the story of art throughout America. Young museum-goers will adore the opportunity to explore on their own. Housed in the beautifully restored 19th century Old City Hall building Historic Old City Hall in Corning, New York, The Rockwell lays at the heart of the greater Finger Lakes fine arts community. Kids and teens 17 and under are always free and enjoy the complimentary shuttle from The Corning Museum of Glass.