GUEST ARTISTS SERIES
SEPTEMBER 24, 25 & 26
12pm - 4pm Friday
10am - 4pm Saturday
1pm - 4pm Sunday
Angel Starr is Omaha, Odawa and an enrolled member of the Three Affiliated Tribes of North Dakota. She was born and raised within the Chicagoland Native American community. Angel's maternal grandparents met in Chicago during the time of the Indian Relocation Act and chose to stay and make Chicago their home. In 2018, Angel and her family started their business called Fox Way Designs, which specializes in Native everyday wear.
She has always loved to sew and dance at ceremonies and powwows since she was a baby. Through sewing and creating jewelry out of beads, bones, porcupine quills and birch bark she is able to express her artistic abilities in different ways.
Angel also has a passion for cooking. She has been working in kitchens all over the country for over 17 years, as well as helping with her family's catering business that specializes in Native American cuisine. Angel currently lives in northwest Indiana, but still actively volunteers in the Chicago native community and is always willing to teach sewing, beadwork, and cooking classes.
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