Featured Marker

Adalanta Desert






kymaerica [N; area E]


For more photos, search the
Kcymaerxthaere Flickr Group

From the Geographer-At-Large

Another installment on the Kcymaerxthaere Mysterious Postcards . . . vimeo.com/120110930 fb.me/3io4jvy0e

7 hours ago

A Disputed Likeness of Eliala Mei-Ning created by one of students from our workshop in Kruonis,… instagram.com/p/z3lOJ-KHwQ/

15 hours ago

Researching this markers true home, believed to be in either Saskatoon, Alberta, or the Northwest Territories. fb.me/3pKwzpk3n


@kcym mentions

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Hope College Art 3 hours ago

@kcym ♣ Crazy couple on tour in Africa by a camper van - Read their blog ♠ african-road-trip.com

Maurita Wolfe 20 hours ago


Ever wanted to receive a mysterious postcard? Here's your chance to send one! #kcymaerxthaere @kcym #hopeartdept pic.twitter.com/QMJ4gRd1jc

Hope College Art 3 hours ago

Can you? #Kcymaerxthaere Mysterious #Postcards. 13 so far make a #puzzle. Seen here hopeartdept… instagram.com/p/z4lOc0ykxy/

eames demetrios 6 hours ago

Upcoming Event

Kcymaerxthaere storytelling at the Museum of Human Achievement in Austin, TX

Event Info

Join Geographer-at-Large Eames Demetrios as he shares stories and speaks about his global art project Kcymaerxthaere at the Gallery at the Museum of Human Achievement. This talk will start at 7:00 p.m. with a book signing with the artist to follow. This event is open to the public. For more information or to RSVP please write to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) address is undisclosed and can be emailed directly.

Featured Historical Site

Shóaf Kepl Poets

View of marker stone (number word inscription is on the distant stone)



Glossary Word of The Day

Li Thaat

Depiction of the story of Eliala Mei-Ning. Li Thaat's murder can be seen in the lower right corner.




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