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Delaney Keshena

Minneapolis, MN
North House Folk School photo of instructor, Delaney Keshena

Delaney Keshena (Menomini) is a moccasin maker and fine artist born to a train-bound border town in sleepy, north-central Wisconsin. Keshena has studied at the Institute of American Indian Arts and uses hair, skin, and glass in their practice of crafting objects in relation with the body. Their work has been shown in Italy, Belgium, and throughout the United States. Delaney was a 2022 intern and is a current participant in the Artisan Development Program, a two year residency at North House Folk School.

Current Courses Offered by Delaney Keshena

Teaser image for Caribou Hair Tufted Jewelry

Caribou Hair Tufted Jewelry

Tufting caribou and moose hair is an embellishment craft practiced across many northern Indigenous…
Fri, Jan 26th, 2024  –  Sun, Jan 28th, 2024
9am-5pm each day
Instructor: Delaney Keshena

Past Courses Offered by Delaney Keshena

Deer Hock Skin Bags

Fired Up! Outdoor Cooking and Fire Safety for Kids

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