January 29 - February 23
On display are traditional Caribou/Moose tufting. This is an art initiated by the First Nations people. These are crafted with natural and dyed caribou and moose hair and reflect authentic Cree art work and design. Birch Bark biting is a form of art work that originated with the Woodland Cree.
June McCallum-Gareau is a Cree jewellery and clothing designer, birch bark biting, and caribou tufting artist. Born in Sandy Bay, Saskatchewan and raised in Prince Albert, she now resides in Christopher Lake with her husband. She is a proud member of the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation.