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Chip Thomas: KQED Arts video

March 28, 2018

Chip Thomas inspires. Powerful short documentary video on Chip Thomas (Jetsonorama) that was produced by KQED Arts.

Street Artist Reflects Native American Dignity at a Monumental Scale

When images of everyday Navajo life began appearing at monumental scales on abandoned buildings, roadside stands and water towers across the Four Corners region, it was a surprise for many in the community to discover it was the work of Chip Thomas (aka Jetsonorama), a long-time resident known by many as a healer of another kind. Watch how he honors the lives of his Navajo neighbors and shares stories of their resilience with the world at large.Full story: bit.ly/RepresentJetsonorama

Posted by KQED Arts Shorts on Tuesday, March 27, 2018

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One comment on “Chip Thomas: KQED Arts video”

The relationship between this man and the People is so heart lifting. He is truly a Healer. One of the things it brings up for me is how core “relationship” is in both Native American and African cultures. Relationship to land, to people, to Ancestors. I hope all who experience this can see and feel that and keep consciously returning to the Sacred. That to me is the challenge of the 21st Century. Rebirth!