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MOB Challenge: Wings and Stings 2

Wings & Stings: Exploring the World of Beaded Bugs In 1998 and again in 2000, Caravan Beads sponsored The International Miyuki Delica Challenge...

Conversation with the Artist: Elias Jade Not Afraid 0

Conversation with the Artist: Elias Jade Not Afraid Elias Jade Not Afraid is an award-winning Apsaalooké bead artist who is a bright light in the w...

Beading Traditions: Huichol 0

The beading style known as Huichol (pronounced wet-chol) is generally ascribed to a process of covering a 3-dimensional form in a single layer of beads, like a mosaic, but with distinctive patterns using geometric shapes and bright colors. In fact, this artistic style is called so because of the group of people whose long standing traditions developed, and still produce, these beautiful pieces or art.

Conversation with the Artist: Nancy Josephson 0

We delve into a conversation with our dear friend Nancy, who has been one of our biggest cheerleaders and supporters of the Museum since the beginning. Nancy is a visual artist based in Delaware who is the brainchild behind the Beaded Square Project.

Welcome to the MOB Blog! 0

We are so excited to bring you a new blog in the New Year that will feature museum updates, artist and artwork features, community endeavors, history and archaeology, stories, and more.
  • Heather Kahn

2019 Annual Report 0

The Museum of Beadwork did not begin fundraising until 2020, and therefore did not receive donations of cash or artwork during 2019.      
  • Heather Kahn