MOA Gift Shop

James Jacko Medicine Turtle Eco-Bag

$22.00

1 in stock

Description

Designed by Odawa-Pottawatomi Artist James Jacko.

The Turtle is sacred in the indigenous culture. It carries the four colours of the medicine wheel, symbolizing important elements and can be different depending on the tribe. The seven circles represent the seven teachings of our people, and inside each circle is a bird that delivers the message of the creator.

Eco-bags are made with 100% unbleached cotton and water-based inks.
The bag is 39.4cm deep, 35.6cm wide with a 10.2cm gusset, zipper close, and with small compartment inside.

The MOA Gift Shop

Welcome to the MOA Gift Shop, where there’s something for everyone! Discover a wide array of children’s items, captivating books, and unique museum souvenirs, alongside our exclusive archaeology-themed craft kits. We are proud to showcase the exceptional work of Indigenous artists and craftspeople from across Turtle Island, including a stunning collection of soapstone carvings handcrafted by reknown Six Nations artists like Larry Bomberry and the Henry Family. Explore our offerings and take home a piece of history and artistry today!

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