SALISH SEA SPEAKER SERIES: "Pulling Together in Shared Waters"

WWU Huxley College of the Environment & Northwest Indian College PRESENT:

SALISH SEA SPEAKER SERIES: "Pulling Together in Shared Waters"

Lummi Nation Hereditary Chief Tsi’li’xw (Bill James) and Troy Olsen of Lummi Nation will speak about the Salish Sea through the lens of weaving – discussing both the importance of cedar and wool in Coast Salish weavings. Both Chief Tsi’li’xw and Troy Olsen are master weavers.

They will be discussing the Salish Sea through the lens of harvesting cedar and weaving.

This event is in recognition of Billy Frank, Jr. Day - observed March 9th.

Co-sponsored by:
WWU Native American Student Association
WWU Justice Speaks Series

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Event Date: 
Thursday, March 8, 2018
Start Time: 
0000 - 4:00pm
Event Type: 
All
Sponsoring Department: 
WWU Huxley College of the Environment
Event Location: 
516 High St
MH 401B MS9089
Bellingham, WA 98225
Contact Person for the Event: 
Dr. Marco Hatch
Alumni Price: 
$0.00
Non member price: 
$0.00
Children: 
$0.00
General Price: 
$0.00
Venue: 
Academic West (AW) - Room 204
Enrollment Required: 
Registration Required: 
Term: 
Winter
WWU Student with ID: 
$0.00
How is this event affiliated with WWU?: 
This event relates to the development and support of the relationship between WWU and local Coast Salish & other native students and their communities. This event series is co-sponsored by three WWU departments: WWU Huxley College of the Environment WWU Native American Student Association WWU Justice Speaks Series