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Greg Biskakone Johnson

Lac du Flambeau, WI
North House Folk School photo of instructor, Greg Biskakone Johnson

Greg Johnson is a cultural practitioner and artistic educator in the Anishinaabe tradition. He works with youth and others to teach the skills and knowledge of his culture. He has been making traditional baskets for 15 years, and also does detailed beadwork and moccasin sewing. He is an Ojibwe language teacher and stays busy hunting, fishing, and raising three kids. Follow him on social media platforms @biskakonej

Current Courses Offered by Greg Biskakone Johnson

Etched Birch Bark Maple Sugar Cones

At their most elemental, baskets are for carrying and storing useful, valuable things. It follows…
Wed, Oct 2nd, 2024  –  Thu, Oct 3rd, 2024
9am-5pm each day
Teaser image for Winter Moccasins, Anishinaabe-Style

Winter Moccasins, Anishinaabe-Style

A cozy pair of leather moccasins lined with wool has been the appropriate indoor winter footwear in…
Fri, Nov 22nd, 2024  –  Sun, Nov 24th, 2024
9am-5pm each day

Past Courses Offered by Greg Biskakone Johnson

Asekewin: Traditional Hide Tanning

Cedar Bark Mat Weaving: From Forest to Floor

Cedar Bark Mat Weaving: From Forest to Floor

Puzzle Pouches

Winter Birch Bark Folded Baskets

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