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Native Quilting Traditions

November 8, 2012

At this Women at Noon program, learn about the symbolism behind Native American quilt patterns and how the Native Women's Circle at Colorado State is incorporating quilting traditions into their program.

The Native Women's Circle. Image Courtesy of the Native American Cultural Center.Wednesday, November 14
Noon-1 p.m.
Lory Student Center
Room 224-226

Katrina Gillette, a Ph.D. candidate in horticulture and landscape architecture, and Leslee Lovato, assistant director, Native American Cultural Center, will talk about the how they've incorporated native quilting traditions into programming for Native Women’s Circle.  

Native American Women's Circle

The Native American Women's Circle was created to enhance social, group, individual, and cultural support for the women of the Native American Cultural Center.

The education and cultural support programs are designed to reflect the importance of Native culture while encompassing the role of being a woman. The group:

  • invites guest speakers,
  • takes field trips, and
  • shares materials about traditions, cultural practices, and current women's issues.

This Women at Noon Program is being sponsored by the Women and Gender Advocacy Center, Native Women’s Circle and Native American Cultural Center.

Contact: Leslee Lavato
Phone: (970) 491-7338