The Center for Wooden Boats’ artist in residence and master carver Sāādūūts will light a fire on the shore of Waterway 3 on Seattle’s Lake Union to begin heating rocks that will be used through the day to steam an 18-foot canoe being carved as part of “The Canoe Project”, a partnership to carve a native canoes at Lake Union Park by United Indians of All Tribes Foundation, The Center for Wooden Boats and Antioch University Seattle. This is the first canoe carved on the West side of the park where United Indians of All Tribes plans to build the Northwest Native Canoe Center.
The steaming is happening at the same time as the grand opening of MOHAI.
Posted by CWB on Dec. 20
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