|Wabanaki Guides Exhibit Preview|
|Exhibit Coordinator, Allison Shank, and Co-Curator, Raney Bench. |
Additional Curators included Donald Soctomah and James E. Francis.
|After some classroom style learning, the tracking begins...look over there!|
|The group found eleven different types of animal tracks during the workshop.|
|Passamaquoddy Guide Matt Dana leads the group.|
|The 2013 Winter Tracking Workshop Team!|
|Abbe Educator George Neptune helped 23 participants create colorful woven stars!|
|The stars could be decorated with beads and more, |
and were inspired by ash stars made by artist Lee DeCora Francis.
|Bookmarks, usually made of ash and sweetgrass, were created from cardstock and embroidery floss.|
|George learned that excited participants sometimes finish crafts quickly, |
so he then lead families on a tour through Abbe exhibits.
|A young visitor plays with an interactive element of our newest exhibit, Wabanaki Guides.|
|This "birchbark" basket is actually made of paper!|
|CEO Cinnamon Catlin-Legutko meets with staffers on the hill |
during AAM's Museums Advocacy Day.