Indigenous Arts

Beadwork Workshop with Ramona Morrow

Sat, June 15 or Sun, June 16
10 AM – 3 PM

Craft your own pair of beadwork earrings! Join Indigenous artist Ramona Morrow (enrolled Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe and part Yankton Sioux) and learn Ojibwe techniques of traditional jewelry making.

Indigenous Arts

Beadwork Workshop with Ramona Morrow

Sat, June 15 or Sun, June 16
10 AM – 3 PM

Craft your own pair of beadwork earrings! Join Indigenous artist Ramona Morrow (enrolled Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe and part Yankton Sioux) and learn Ojibwe techniques of traditional jewelry making while gaining an inside look at how Indigenous cultures in and around Madeline Island have created and used art to shape the past and present.

two girls looking at tools hung on a wall

Lake Superior Stories that Continue Today

A visit to the Madeline Island Museum is an adventure through time, exploring the stories of the diverse peoples who have called the island home. Your immersive journey traverses four historic structures that combine to form the heart of this modern museum featuring fascinating artifacts and engaging exhibits telling Ojibwe, French, British, and American stories. 


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Join us this Saturday, June 15 as we celebrate our new exhibit ~ Passages: Ojibwe Migration to the Place Where the Food Grows on the Water. Free admission from 11-2, light refreshments, and staff smiling because we finally finished our panels way up on the exterior wall! ... See MoreSee Less

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Join us this Saturday, June 15 as we celebrate our new exhibit ~ Passages: Ojibwe Migration to the Place Where the Food Grows on the Water.  Free admission from 11-2, light refreshments, and staff smiling because we finally finished our panels way up on the exterior wall!Image attachmentImage attachment