SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2021 
10:00AM-12:00PM PT

Instructor:  Rose Hammock

Join Rose Hammock as she takes us through an in-depth journey into the contemporary California Native American beadwork.  Participants will also learn about her Pomo and Wailacki culture and traditions.
 
In this hands on class students will learn how to use all the tools and materials to make your own beaded crafts including earrings.
 

Sliding Scale: $5-40 Youth 18 and Under

$40 Ages 19+

All Levels
All Ages

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Rose Hammock

Instructor

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My name is Rose Hammock.  My father’s people are Pomo and Wailacki from the Round Valley Indian Reservation and Pomo from the Big Valley Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians.  My grandfather’s people are also Maidu and grandmother’s people come from a tribe in Northern Oregon – but we have no pictures or records of where they descended from exactly.  My mother’s people are Mexican and Nicaraguan.  My grandmother’s people come from Mazatlan, Mexico and Managua, Nicaragua.  My mother’s birth father, my grandfather’s people come from Acoyapa, Nicaragua and a small area of Managua, Nicaragua.

I recently graduated from the Santa Rosa Junior College with my Associates of Arts degree in Early Childhood Education and my Associates of Arts degree in Social and Behavioral Sciences.  I serve many roles within my community, one role being a community representative for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) by providing various presentations and art workshops that help raise awareness of this epidemic going on in our Indigenous communities.