Métis Culture: Art, Music, Traditional Crafts
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Anything to do with Métis Culture including traditional crafts, art and music. I'm always excited about new ways to incorporate our culture into our modern day lives. I've got separate boards for Métis beading & embroidery, clothing and history/heritage.
Christi Belcourt :: Based on Tradition, Inspired by Nature

Christi Belcourt Metis Artist ~ Based on Tradition, Inspired by Nature ~ Beadwork Designs Painted on Canvas

Left to right: Lawrence Baca, “The Silver Violin ‘Apres un Reve;’” David Bradley, “Song of the Wind;” Terri Greeves and Dennis Esquivel, “Ode to the Metis Fiddlers” For a fund-raiser for the Santa Fe Symphony, over 50 artists were asked to decorate, transform, or otherwise mess about with a violin to produce a unique work of art.

Photographs of the painted violins being auctioned by the Santa Fe Symphony

Janet Woppumnaweskum, Métis woman; Rupert's House, ca 1869.  Bernard Rogan Ross Black & White Print Archives of Ontario

Métis women in dress; fashioned after European design The Métis were descended from French or Scottish fur traders and First Nations women, and lived in Canada's prairies.

The Red Sash by Jean E Pendziwol, Nicloas Debon  This is the story of a young Métis boy who lives near the fur trading post of Fort William, on Lake Superior, nearly 200 years ago.  Published 2005

The Red Sash is a picture book about the history of the fur trade in Canada. It tells of the relationship between the First Nations First Nations, and the Métis people of Canada, and the French Canadian voyageurs on a fur trading post in the

Author Joseph Boyden - He is a Canadian with Irish, Scottish and Métis roots; book titles:  Louis Riel and Gabriel Dumont; Three Day Road and Through Black Spruce

Author Joseph Boyden - He is a Canadian with Irish, Scottish and Métis roots; book titles: Louis Riel and Gabriel Dumont; Three Day Road and Through Black Spruce

Little Métis and the Métis Sash by Deborah L. Delaronde - check out website for additional activities for kids  -wordsearch and bookmarks

Little Métis and the Métis Sash by Deborah L. Delaronde - check out website for additional activities for kids -wordsearch and bookmarks

Bannock Awareness for Aboriginal Day - Many Recipes

Bannock Bread Ingredients: 3 cups all-purpose flour 1 T baking powder 1 t salt 1 cups water 1 cup blueberries Directions: Mix dry ingredients , add water quickly & continue to stir. Add blueberries and mix into batter. Spread batter on pie

Métis Spirits by Deborarh L. Delaronde - check out website for additional kids activities.

Métis Spirits by Deborarh L. Delaronde - check out website for additional kids activities.

A Name for a Metis by Deborah L. Delaronde; link to website for great additional activities for kids-wordsearch and bookmarks!

A Name for a Metis by Deborah L. link to website for great additional activities for kids-wordsearch and bookmarks!

The Story of the Rabbit Dance by Jeanne Pelletier, Illustrated by J.D. Panas; translated by Rita Flamand

The Story of the Rabbit Dance by Jeanne Pelletier, Illustrated by J. translated by Rita Flamand

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