Podcasting to Transgress (2021) was generously funded by the Alaska Humanities forum and instructed by Deenaalee Summer and Rafael Bitanga so that Alaskan middle and high school students from villages in the Northwest Arctic could learn to create podcasts, with a focus on sharing culture and history.
Kee goes into detail on how she starts an art project, how she’s learned to love the process of art and how improvement is her biggest motivator. She goes on to share her travel dream destinations and how meeting and supporting other artists means the world to her. She also touches on her love of social media and how she uses that to connect with artists all over the world.
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This podcast was recorded on Yup'ik/Cup'ik Land. Learn more about land acknowledgements at native-land.ca.