In June of 204, Paul Gowder from PowWows.com traveled to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma for the Red Earth Pow Wow. He streamed the Pow Wow live across the internet!
15 years later, PowWows.com has streamed dozens of Pow Wows with millions of viewers!
With the help of our friends from Pendleton, we want to thank you for watching the live webcasts for all these years by giving away a blanket!
Enter to win this blanket at the bottom of this article!
Pathway Pendleton Blanket
About the Pathway Pendleton Blanket
A bold design imbued with traditional Pawnee symbology, from artist Bunky Echo-Hawk. Red, white, yellow and black signify the four races of humankind, the four stages of life and the semi-cardinal directions. Turquoise represents sky, while the four-pointed stars of the Milky Way symbolize the Path of Departed Spirits. A winding path through the blanket’s center traces life’s journey. Robe (twin) size makes an impressive wall hanging and a beautiful home accent when draped over a sofa or folded at the foot of a bed. Reverses for two dramatically different looks.
Created exclusively for the American Indian College Fund, a nonprofit organization that helps fund scholarships for Native American students and tribal colleges.
About the Artist
Bunky Echo-Hawk is an artist of Pawnee/Yakama heritage who creates exuberant art that engages popular culture. In addition to his fine arts and graphic design work, Bunky is a photographer, playwright and poet. “My culture is infused in everything I create,” he states. Bunky’s work can be seen in exhibitions, galleries and museums throughout the world.
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