2013 Feb 19 – Lecture – Marilou Schultz – Navajo Nation weaver

by Joanne Nakonechny on February 17, 2013

 

Marilou Schultz, Navajo Nation, an internationally-renown, fourth generation Navajo Master Weaver who uses naturally hand-processed sheep wool dyed with plant materials. Renowned in rug styles termed Chief, Moqui (Hopi), Transitional, Burntwater, and Germantown, and internationally notable for creating pieces made up of several design styles in one rug.

Department of First Nations Studies, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby campus, Saywell Hall – Room 9095; 2:30 pm.  Another room is given on other advertising:  AQ 3159.  Free admission.

 

 

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Victor October 16, 2015 at 6:40 pm

Another good one! I like your sentence: God’s Spirit moves in and out of iercpfmetion When I stop shooting for perfection, and allow God’s Spirit that space, I think I am experiencing real faith in God and not just faith in my own efforts. BTW, I must have a little Navajo in me because I purposely knit a mistake (in baby blankets) to remind the parents-to-be that they WILL make mistakes, but viewed as a whole, that little life that they nurture and love with God’s help will be beautiful.

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