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#BEADoon Bling


BEADoon is a play an Anishnaabe word biidoon meaning "bring that over here".


Currently a teacher with Manitobah Mukluks Storyboot School at the Bata Shoe Museum, Stephanie teaches Indigenous Youth and the general public how to make moccasins and mukluks.

Interested in learning how to bead or advance your beading skills? Email:                                            



Stepanie Pangowish Waneek Horn-Miller and Ashley Callingbull

Instructor for Manitobah Mukluks Storyboot School

The Storyboot School teaches the art of mukluk and moccasin-making in an effort to keep traditions alive and inspire the next generation of Indigenous artists.

Media on Storyboot School

Manitobah Mukluks Storyboot School was featured in quite few media outlets sharing its vision on creating spaces that support revitalizing of Indigenous Culture. Here you'll find one from the Toronto Star.

Storyboot School in Elle Canada

The Storyboot School is working to re-popularize the traditional art form.

It’s a perfect sun-filled fall afternoon, but a group of students are already thinking about the cozy sartorial trappings of winter. They have come to Toronto’s Bata Shoe Museum to learn how to make a pair of the fur-lined suede mukluks that are traditionally worn by Canada’s Arctic indigenous communities and have become a symbol of both indigenous heritage and survival.

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