The tannery is open upon request. Call +46703127847 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
-"Arctic leather tanning-a cultural heritage" -"Plant Dyed Fish Leather".
-The history of tanning. -How the Inuit´s prepare reindeer and seal skin (the techniques are the same as used 12000 years ago by the first reindeer hunters in Sweden). -Tanning methods of Native Indians in Canada (they use predominantly a brain-and smoke tanning method that probably is the oldest method known). -Tanning methods of the Sami’s in northern Scandinavia (bark tanning, was the most important method in Sweden until chromium tanning was introduced in the end of the nineteenth century).
My lectures include slide shows and video films from my study trips in Canada, Alaska, Greenland, Sweden and Japan. Examples of tanned skins, tools and other products used in traditional tanning are also exhibited. Groups with maximum of 15 persons can be accommodated for demonstrations and lectures in the tannery. I also travel internationally to give lectures.
Upcoming courses and lectures.
11 February 2023. Nordic Museum, Stockholm: Lecture at 10-12. Workshop at 13-16. Participants sew a bracelet in salmon and reindeer skin. Max 12 participants.
11-26 February 2023. Nordic Museum, Stockholm.
Exhibition on the occasion of the award of the Märta Måås-Fjetterström Scholarship to Master Tanner Lotta Rahme.