Event teaches basket weaving

Museum visitors Sylvia Prewitt and Alanna Arranaga weave baskets during the Basketry and Mother Earth Clan event Sunday at the Ontario Museum of History and Art. The class was led by basket maker Lorene Sisquoc. / photo by Olivia Modarelli
Museum visitors Sylvia Prewitt and Alanna Arranaga weave baskets during the Basketry and Mother Earth Clan event Sunday at the Ontario Museum of History and Art. The class was led by basket maker Lorene Sisquoc. / photo by Olivia Modarelli
Museum visitors Sylvia Prewitt and Alanna Arranaga weave baskets during the Basketry and Mother Earth Clan event Sunday at the Ontario Museum of History and Art. The class was led by basket maker Lorene Sisquoc. / photo by Olivia Modarelli
Miriam Valle-Mancilla, curator of education for the Ontario Museum of History and Art, and museum visitor Debra Scacco watch basket weaver Lorene Sisquoc demonstrate her craft during the museum’s Basketry and Mother Earth Clan event Sunday. The event drew more than two dozen people to learn about the indigenous process of round reed basket weaving. / photo by Olivia Modarelli

Olivia Modarelli, a senior journalism major with a concentration in print-online journalism, is a staff photographer for the Campus Times. She previously served as a staff writer and copy editor.

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