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Bunky Echo-Hawk

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  • iesha

    Seen your beautiful master pieces at the museum today. And I can say that they had me speechless. I admire them.
    ♡♡♡

  • Julie Rorie

    Please call re the Symposium. Julie R.

  • Seth

    Aniin (Hello) Bunky,
    My name is Seth Allard and I am an Ojibwa of the Sault Sainte Marie Tribe and a graduate anthropology student at Western Michigan University. I recently saw your exhibit at Chicago, and really enjoyed it. The attention your bring to Native culture is amazing and inspiring, especially given the marginalization of our people that I see in my own department.
    It would be great if you could visit us here at Western, located in Kalamazoo, Michigan, for an exhibition of your art and your process. In a way, I would not be alone in my ravings against the continuation of colonial policies for at least a moment; and scholars would get a much needed view of our culture and our expression of it.
    I cannot guarantee funding or scheduling as of the writing of this message, but if you are open to it and have some dates available to work with, I can go with that and set something up. WMU is very open to visiting scholars and intellectuals, and your art and your outlook would be a very attractive addition to the history of open reception to multicultural ideals.
    Please let me know if you are interested. Keep up the great work!
    Baamaapii (See you later),
    Seth

  • Seth

    Aniin (Hello) Bunky,
    My name is Seth Allard and I am an Ojibwa of the Sault Sainte Marie Tribe and a graduate anthropology student at Western Michigan University. I recently saw your exhibit at Chicago, and really enjoyed it. The attention your bring to Native culture is amazing and inspiring, especially given the marginalization of our people that I see in my own discipline, as well as in life generally.
    It would be great if you could visit us here at Western, located in Kalamazoo, Michigan, for an exhibition of your art and your process. In a way, I would not be alone in my ravings against the continuation of colonial policies for at least a moment; and scholars would get a much needed view of our culture and our expression of it.
    I cannot guarantee funding or scheduling as of the writing of this message, but if you are open to it and have some dates available to work with, I can go with that and set something up. WMU is very open to visiting scholars and intellectuals, and your art and your outlook would be a very attractive addition to the history of open reception to multicultural ideals.
    Please let me know if you are interested. Keep up the great work!
    Baamaapii (See you later),
    Seth
    P.S. This message would not go through your contact page, so I had to post it here to get in contact.

    • Nawa Seth! Thank you for the message…I’m sorry the contact page didn’t work; still working out some bugs on the website development. I would be honored to visit Western. I have dates available, and would love to discuss possibilities. Please feel free to email me directly at cominghorse @ hotmail . com

      Thank you and talk to you soon!

      b