STAMFORD – Kathleen Patricia Thrane has a small arsenal of books on the indigenous people of Southwest Connecticut in the back of her car.
When she opens a tome to find information about sacred figures in Indigenous art, almost every page is littered with notes and underlining. Sticky notes – some with notations and at least one with detailed doodle – fall from a book as she searches for entry to Mesingw, a spirit of the Lenape tradition.
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- CFA once again welcomes students with the well-titled “Fall Into Art”
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