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Marcie McIntire

Grand Portage, MN
North House Folk School photo of instructor, Marcie McIntire

Beadwork is widely practiced in Grand Portage, where for generations it has enlivened the lives of Ojibwe people. Many of Marcie's relatives have been beadworkers, and Marcie learned by watching her mother. Today she is a traditional artist specializing in floral-based Ojibwe beadwork, and operates her own gallery, Ningii-Ozhitoomin Ojibwe Art Gallery, in Grand Portage. Marcie has been commissioned for exhibitions and instruction and teaches as far away as Arizona and Florida, and as close to home as Ontario and throughout Minnesota.

Current Courses Offered by Marcie McIntire

4 Days
Teaser image for Deerskin Mittens with Anishinaabe-Style Beadwork

Deerskin Mittens with Anishinaabe-Style Beadwork

Up north, there's a saying that there's no bad weather, just the wrong clothes. In this course, you'll outfit your hands to protect them from the elements by designing a comfortable and warm pair of deerskin mittens to wear during the winter months. The mittens are ideal for daily wear,…
Thu, Oct 29th, 2020  –  Sun, Nov 1st, 2020
Instructor: Marcie McIntire

Past Courses Offered by Marcie McIntire

Anishinaabe-Style Bead Embroidery & Moccasin Sewing

Anishinaabe-Style Beaded Baby Moccasins

Bead Weaving: Deerskin Bag

Beaded Doilies

Beaded Leather Bag

Moccasin-Making & Bead Embroidery in the Anishinaabe Style