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Woven Together: Traditions of the Pacific North Coast

Client and Venue:

National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Website

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National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Website

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“Woven Together” (produced in partnership with Cortina Productions) is a website that serves as a family activity to support education outreach for the exhibition “Listening to Our Ancestors.” The site is presented by the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian and serves as an educational resource, teaching people about the language and weaving culture of natives living on the Pacific North Coast.

The site teaches people about the history of weaving, the terms used, and invites the user to try two basic weaving techniques: twining and plaiting (utilizing basic, household materials).

Visit Website:

Woven Together

Belle & Wissell Team Credits

Design Director: Gabe Kean
Senior Designer: Aaron Hedquist
Programmer: Josh Santangelo

Additional Project Credits

Creative Director, Executive Producer: Joe Cortina
Senior Producer: Amy Maddox
Director:
Kevin Gover
Programmer: Andrew Otey
Programmer: Jason Je
Project Manager: Cathryn Buchanan
Associate Director for Museum Programs: Tim Johnson
Education Manager: Clare Cuddy

Belle & Wissell Team Credits

Design Director: Gabe Kean
Senior Designer: Aaron Hedquist
Programmer: Josh Santangelo

Additional Project Credits

Creative Director, Executive Producer: Joe Cortina
Senior Producer: Amy Maddox
Director:
Kevin Gover
Programmer: Andrew Otey
Programmer: Jason Je
Project Manager: Cathryn Buchanan
Associate Director for Museum Programs: Tim Johnson
Education Manager: Clare Cuddy

“Woven Together” (produced in partnership with Cortina Productions) is a website that serves as a family activity to support education outreach for the exhibition “Listening to Our Ancestors.” The site is presented by the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian and serves as an educational resource, teaching people about the language and weaving culture of natives living on the Pacific North Coast.

The site teaches people about the history of weaving, the terms used, and invites the user to try two basic weaving techniques: twining and plaiting (utilizing basic, household materials).

Visit Website:

Woven Together