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Please join us for an afternoon of beautiful beadwork, words and laughter with award-winning author, poet, beadworker and friend, Kim Shuck. Kim will be conducting a beadwork demonstration in the afternoon from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., with her work available for sale. From 6:00 p.m. to 7: p.m., she will be reading from her latest book, Rabbit Stories which was published earlier this year. Books will be available for sale.
Kim Shuck is an Urban Native author, fine artist and activist. Her first book Smuggling Cherokee, won the Diane Decorah first book award from the Native Writer's Circle of the Americas. She's also won a Mary Tall Mountain Award and a Wordcraft Circle mentor award for her work with youth as well as her writing. After the levee breaks in New Orleans Kim co-edited Words Upon the Waters an anthology proceeds from which went directly to benefit those effected by the flooding. She irregularly edits "Rabbit and Rose" an online journal. Her artwork has been shown on four continents and she holds an MFA in Fine Arts/Textiles. Her regalia is danced most weekends from Oklahoma to California in one forum or another.
Natural Kingman Turquoise Crescent Silver Earrings by Rosella Sandoval
Experience the beauty of Native America at Gathering Tribes with these sterling silver, natural Kingman turquoise earrings by Rosella Sandoval
Turquoise Coyote Zuni Fetish Carving by Jayne Quam
Experience the beauty of Native America at Gathering Tribes with this turquoise inlay coyote fetish carving by Jayne Quam
Lester James Tufa Cast Silver, Turquoise and Coral Cuff Bracelet
Experience the beauty of Native America at Gathering Tribes with this tufa cast sterling silver and multi stone bracelet by Lester James
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