This is the story map I created for the map(un)mapped creativity exploring on Earth Day, 2023. The map carries you along the concepts and creative modes available to us to use to reconsider where we are and how to use these tools to reflect our lives in place we inhabit.
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Today's Good Friday moon comes to you from Owen Park IT, yes kids which is still located in Indian Territory as it was called before the land was parceled, packaged, sold, and stolen.
Only 119 years ago poor old McDonald, who had some nitroglycerin, was vaporized when a tragic accident occurred and created a crater much like a moon crater, but folks 'round here use it as a pond.
This is from the Gilcrease Collection in Tulsa IT, it's called "A Disposable Death Sketch and was created in 1993. Earl was born in 1947, was a member of the Absaroke (Crow) tribe, and was raised by his grandmother at Crow Agency, Montana, and at Yakima, Washington. I was touched by the intensity of feeling that the work conveys and drawn into a path of discovery, I found more at Toh-Atin Gallery