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Indigenous Apache Cooking

with Judy Tallwing

Fri, Nov 10th 6:00 pm in the Creativity Center Teaching Kitchen


Share in the art of cooking indigenous Apache southwest cuisine, while Judy Tallwing interweaves the process of cooking with personal stories from the indigenous community.

For families: This class occurs at the same time as the Indigenous Arts class for children, for a memorable cultural experience for the whole family!

Location: Creativity Center, 3137 Eastern Ave. Baltimore MD 21224
​Age Range: Adults of all experience levels (14+)
Cost: $60 per class, $55 Members
Materials: All materials provided.

Artist Bio

“Each thing that lives on earth has its own energy, and I try to put those energies together to create healing.”

Judy Tallwing is the daughter of Rudy Browning and the granddaughter of Annie Oma and Archer Donoho of Apache, Tewa, and African descent. Reared to become her clan’s matriarch and trained in medicine. Artist – Elder – Healer – Storyteller and she loves to share the art of indigenous cooking and sharing with friends, family, and strangers.

The Baltimore American Indian Center (BAIC) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1968 to “assist and support American Indian (AI) & Alaskan Native (AN) families moving into an urban environment and adjusting to the culture change they will experience.” Today the BAIC is resource in the greater Baltimore area where Natives can learn what it means to be AI and that educates non-Native people about the myriad cultures and legacies of AI and AN people.

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