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Aleut artist finds way between the modern, traditional

SITKA, ALASKA Patrick Lind is a contemporary artist and educator thoroughly grounded in Aleut cultural tradition.
The Homer-based carver and painter spent a week in Sitka participating in the Native Art Demonstrator program at the Sheldon Jackson Museum.
KCAW’s Robert Woolsey spent a few minutes with Lind during his visit, discussing the rich tradition of Aleut art. Learn more about the SJ Museum Native Art Demonstrators Program at www.museums.state.ak.us/sheldon_jackson/sjnativedemos.htm
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