Get in touch with Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out more of Kelly’s art and projects here
33% of art sales will be donated to the Nisenan tribe via California Heritage: Indigenous Research Project
Support the Nevada City Rancheria Nisenan Tribe's ongoing quest for the restoration of federal tribal recognition.
Here are ways you can help:
- — sign letters of support to local supervisors. Instructions can be found here.
- — donate to the tribe at http://www.chirpca.org/
- — become part of the Ancestral Homelands Reciprocity Program and contribute a monthly donation
Further resources for supporting the Nisenan live here
To visit Malakoff Diggins State Historic Park, check out https://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=494
...and writings, and openings:
EXTRACTION: art on the edge of the abyss
— A cooperative, synergistic, non-hierarchical, self-propagating network of individual and collective artists, poets, composers, choreographers, filmmakers, writers, editors, publishers, photographers, and curators creating a multi-layered, cross-institutional, trans-border multimedia ruckus over the single most urgent planetary concern of our time—the environmental costs of unbridled globalized extractive industry, including the negative effects of climate change; the deterioration of land, water, and air; and much else. Ruckus happening in Summer 2021.
Dust to Dust: A Geology of Color
— An article by artist, philosopher, pigment worker and ore whisperer Heidi Gustafson
about pigments as are co-directors of our creative, evolutionary process.
The Wild Pigment Project
— created by paintor and educator Tilke Elkins
, the Wild Pigment Project promotes ecological balance and regenerative economies through a passion for wild pigments, their places of origin, and their cultural histories. Check out their workshops on ethical foraging and Ground Bright
pigment subscription club supporting land and cultural stewardship.