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Anishinaabe Contemporary Fashion: Walk through Woodland Floral Designs

13nov8:00 am5:00 pmAnishinaabe Contemporary Fashion: Walk through Woodland Floral Designs Event Organized ByCentral Michigan University - Office of Indigenous AffairsBovee University Center, 103 E. PrestonEvent Type University

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View Anishinaabe Contemporary Fashion at the Central Michigan University CMU Student Inclusion and Diversity office. The Textile Exhibit is open to the public Monday – Friday 8am-5pm

Boozhoo, Zhaawoshkobinesiikwe, mukwa ndodem, Bodewadmi Midekwe ndaw, Hannahville ndojibah.

My name is Kasey Perez (McCullough) and I am a seamstress based in Mount Pleasant. I learned how to sew from my aunties on my home reservation, the Hannahville Potawatomi Community when I was about 9 years old. I have been sewing since. I’ve been creating commissioned pieces for 6 years and have designed woodland fashion for businesswear to powwow regalia.
I love looking at pictures of our ancestors wearing all the beautiful florals and trying to recreate some of these pieces in a more contemporary lens.
In my “free time” I like to have movie night with my kids, travel to powwows, and sew!



November 13, 2023 8:00 am - 5:00 pm(GMT-04:00)


Bovee University Center

103 E. Preston

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