Positive Street Art, Echos and Shifts - Black Ash Basket Weaving Workshop

An exhibition of resilience and reclamation; Akwesasne in the Granite State. Internationally renowned curator and metalsmith Margaret Jacobs (Akwesasne Mohawk) and notorious rabble-rouser and multimedia artist Yasamin Safarzadeh have joined forces with Positive Street Art to establish a multi year endeavor with a growing list of community partners to bring us one of the most happening and accessible Contemporary Indigenous exhibitions to grace this side of the Nor East. A series of events will feature works of sculpture, beading, basketmaking, photography, and more by Indigenous artists. 

Learn more at positivestreetart.org.

Carrie Hill (Akwesasne Mohawk) will lead an exhilarating basket weaving workshop with sweetgrass and black
ash bark, illuminating aspects of environmental degradation and cultural significance and relations to the land.

Email yasamin@positivestreetart.org to register. Spots are limited to 10. 


This project is funded in part by a New Hampshire Humanities Community Project Grant.

Event Details


Saturday, June 15, 2024 3:00pm


Positive Street Art
48 Bridge Street #3F
Nashua NH 03060

Hosted By:

Positive Street Art

Contact Info:

Yasamin Safarzadeh yasamin@positivestreetart.org