Make your own moose-hide bottom canvas boots under the direction of master skin sewer Dixie Alexander. A Gwich’in Athabascan, Dixie was raised in a traditional Athabascan lifestyle in Fort Yukon where her grandmother Julia Peter mentored her in skin sewing and beading. She used her traditional upbringing, along with her schooling, to develop a professional career in creating beautiful
works that are on display all over Alaska as well as the Smithsonian Institution of Natural History in Washington D.C. She was named one of Alaska’s Living Cultural Treasures by the Alaska State Council on the Arts in 2011.
Class Fee Varies on Boot Size
$125 – Baby
$150 – Children
$175 – 6-7 Women
$200 – 8-9 Women/6-7 Men
$225 – 10-11 Women/8-9 Men
$250 – 10-11 Men
This class is limited to the first 15 people to pay class fee.
Interested in Attending?
Contact TCC Cultural Programs at 907-459-3741 OR
Alaska Native Scholarships: Thanks to the generosity of our workshop sponsors, there is one youth scholarship available (covering 90% of class fee) and two adult/elder scholarships
available (covering 50% of class fee). Contact us for more information!