Sat, 30 Jul|
Dreamcatcher Weaving Workshop
Native American culture believed that the iconic hoop-and-web form is meant to protect sleepers from bad dreams by “catching” them, while letting good dreams pass through. Tanya is here teach us how to make these from scratch. All materials included to make your own Dreamcatcher to take home.
Time & Location
30-Jul-2022, 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
The Brewery., The Distillery R1, Museum Square, Alembic City, BIDC Gorwa Estate, Gorwa, Vadodara, Gujarat 390003, India
About the event
Dream-catchers are webs spun on a hoop with feathers, fur and offering on it. An old Lakota legend asserts that the web of the dream catcher can be used to achieve goals, and make use of ones good ideas, visions and dreams. Only if you believe in the great spirit, a dream-catcher can be used to capture your good ideas in the web and eradicate bad ones into the hole.
Other legends emphasize the use of a dream catcher to protect one from bad dreams, to protect ones innocence from tricksters at night during sleep state.
The feathers function in the dream-catcher is to assist you in your journey of good dreams. What better way to absorb positivity than make one’s own dream catcher!
In this workshop you will receive all the materials and instructions to make your own Dreamcatcher to take home and hang up in your bedroom for a good night's sleep! Or you can hang them up in your living room as an art piece.
You will also receive a complimentary tap drink or any choice of coffee on arrival at The Brewery.
Dreamcatchers for beginners
+₹30.00 service fee
All materials needed for the workshop shall be provided in the kit which is available to the participant (one kit per participant). You take home a stunning dreamcatcher to adorn your home! And you get a free tap drink to sip as you work on your dreamcatcher.
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