Programs & Workshops

Try your hand at traditional quellq and ulu making, listen to stories from Yukon Elders, learn about Frank Slim and more!
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Hide Fleshing Tool Making with George Roberts
Make a traditional hide flesher from surgical steel and wood for preparing moose and caribou skins in this two-day workshop. $125 Register Now

Make Bannock with Gramma Treesaw
Learn how to make traditional fried bannock - yummy! $25 Register Now

Cedar Bark Hat Making with Debra Michel
Learn to weave strips of cedar bark into a traditional, coastal style hat with artist Debra Michel in this two day workshop. $200 Register Now

Drum Marking with Wayne Carlick
Make a traditional 20 inch rawhide drum in this amazing two day workshop. $200 Register Now

Traditional Fish Net with Paddy & Wayne Jim
Learn how to make a sinew fishnet and conical willow fish trap in the traditional manner. $25
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Birch Bark Basket Making with Christine Sam
Make a birch bark basket from start to finish in this two day workshop with artist Christine Sam. $150 Register Now

Qulliq - Traditional Inuit Oil Lamp with Gay Rasmussen
Learn how to make a traditional stone oil lamp with Gary Rasmussen. $100 Register Now

Moose Hair Dying & Tufting with Nancy Hager
Learn how to dye and tuft moose hair to make a beautiful piece of art. $75 Register Now

Volunteers Needed!

We are actively seeking volunteers throughout the entire project for various positions. Each volunteer will receive $1 credit towards event merchandise or the Gallery at the Adäka Cultural Festival. Online registration is now open!
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