|Primitive Skills Workshop: Primitive Tattooing|
- Filed under:
- Workshops for Adults
- Event date:
- Saturday, May 22, 2021
- The Schiele Museum of Natural History
THIS WORKSHOP IS SOLD OUT
Please reach out to Hanna Salemi if you would be interested in participating in future tattooing workshops.
Join The Schiele Museum throughout 2021 for our Primitive Skills workshop series.
Discover the history of our human ancestors and learn some of the skills that have helped them survive
and grow culturally.
Date: Saturday, May 22, 8 AM - 5 PM
Tattoos have a long and culturally-rich history throughout the world. Participants in this workshop will explore primitive tattoos worldwide, from the oldest tattoos found on the Ötzi the Iceman to the Coastal Indians of North Carolina. Participants will discuss different styles and motifs; make primitive tattooing tools, inks, and pigments; and practice tattooing on non-human skin.
All workshop participants are asked to bring the following:
• Personal Protective Equipment (protective eyewear, mask, gloves, etc.)
• Sharp pocketknife or sheath knife
Questions about the workshop?
Contact Hanna Salemi at email@example.com
Please note: masks covering the nose and mouth are required when indoors and encouraged outdoors when social distancing is not possible.