An Introduction to the Native Art of Drum Making

Sunday, November 9

Time: 2 p.m. — 5 p.m.

Location: Art Street, Studio D

Tags:  Cultural, Office of Multicultural Affairs

Cost:  $25

Leon Briggs from the Tonawanda Seneca Reservation will demonstrate the traditional art of drum-making and will also describe the meaning and use of the drum within the context of Seneca history and culture. Participants will construct personal drums of rawhide and birch veneer hoops to take home.

RSVP with Mary Anne Angel at mangel1@udayton.edu or 937-229-2548 by October 24. Pre-registration required; materials fee of $25. Limited to first 20 applicants.

Contact Information:

Name:  Mary Anne Angel
Phone:  937-229-2548
Email:  mangel1@udayton.edu