Cinnamon Kills First Comanche beadwork
Public Talk
Donald Claflin Jewelry Studio

Coffee Hour

November 10

This event occurred as part of the 20/21 Workshops season. This is an archived view.

Casual moment to hang out and chat with the Donald Claflin Jewelry Studio instructors and special guests.

20/21 Workshops

Free, topic-based discussions open to all Dartmouth students.

Register: Email jewelry@dartmouth.edu for the Zoom link.

Sep 29: Where does inspiration come from?
Oct 6: How to work with what you have
Oct 13: Tech Talk with Paulette Werger
Oct 20: Alternative materials
Oct 27: Rock Talk 
Nov 10: Guest Artist: Cinnamon Kills First '09, MALS '13 

 

Paulette Werger is a nationally known jeweler and metalsmith known for her contributions in teaching, making and 25 years of women-owned jewelry business.  She currently serves on the Boards of Trustees for the Society of Arts and Crafts in Boston, MA and for the Alliance for the Visual Arts in Lebanon, NH.

 

Cinnamon Kills First '09, MALS '13 is an author, documentary filmmaker, and traditional beadworker. She is a graduate of Dartmouth College and received her MFA from the Iowa Writers' Workshop. Cinnamon is a Northern Cheyenne guest who currently lives in Chinook territory. She owns and operates Northside Advocacy LLC, which supports her work as an artist, speaker, and advocate.

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