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From the Geographer-At-Large

A desert visitor reads Jihn Wranglikan on the walls of the Krblin Jihn Kabin... Come check it out as… instagram.com/p/uZVElyqH-u/

18 hours ago

Check out two Nyelvate words (one of the evocative Kcymaerxthaereal shape language) next to the Sin Palabras... fb.me/3xWpCmv45

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We are excited to be apart of the HWY 62 Art Studio Tours in Joshua Tree, CA happening Saturday and Sunday... fb.me/76yxdCC2Q

6 days ago

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LA UMBRAESFERA DE MADRiD: LA LUNA A TUS PiES [ilu by @TheresaLue] @kcym @eamesd bit.ly/1pCG9RV pic.twitter.com/0wtZDK3TYd

Mi Petit Madrid 3 weeks ago


LA UMBRAESFERA DE MADRiD: LA LUNA A TUS PiES [ilu by @ArteeILustracio] @kcym @eamesd bit.ly/1vGruuJ pic.twitter.com/Nxq56DnSwQ

Mi Petit Madrid 3 weeks ago


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Upcoming Event

Kcymaerxthaere open studio at HWY 62 Art Tours in Joshua Tree, CA

Event Info

Journey to the high desert and join Geographer-at-Large Eames Demetrios as he showcases a historical site from his global project Kcymaerxthaere the Krblin Jihn Kabin as part of the HWY 62 Art Tours in Joshua Tree sponsored by the Morongo Basin Arts Council. The tours are two days on October 25 & 26. For more information and ticket information please visit http://www.hwy62arttours.org/ArtTour2014_catalog_v4printcomp.pdf or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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Glossary Word of The Day

Óvret Peltesh

Definition

No Man's Land

Pronunciation

OOHV-RET pell-TE-sch

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Eliala Embroidery Panel (93/151)

Description

From the Disputed Likeness Collection #1

Each panel showcases the unique story of Kcymaerxthaereal legends: Culev Larze, Eliala Mei-Ning and Kirguellin.

Only 151 of each story will be available as a limited edition. Each story panel is one of a kind and hand embroidered by a member of the Penduka women's collective in Windhoek Namibia. Assigned edition number and artist signature displays on the back label of every embroidery.

Material: Cloth