Tool-making workshop engages and inspires

The workshop was held at the Muckleshoot carving shed and led by Tyson, Nathan Gilles, Keith Stevenson (Muckleshoot), with many artist volunteers, tribal employees, and community members participating.

The BHC outreach team brought historic Coast Salish adzes and knives from the Burke collections out to Muckleshoot for the carvers to study and use as inspiration before starting their projects. The workshop was a huge success with more than 20 participants finishing their own carving tool sets.

Article Source: Burke Museum