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Get In On The Early Bird Prizes At KUNM!

Mar 3, 2017

The International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe has donated some great prizes to encourage you to take the final step and become a KUNM member or renew your membership this year.

Take a look below at these wonderful prizes. Your support is critical for our broadcast and online services. Thank you for supporting KUNM.

The drawing for this year's Early Bird Prizes will take place on Friday, March 31, 2017, at 5:00 p.m. MT. 

Celadon Tea Set With Two Cups by Lee Dae Young & Icheon Ceramics Cooperative of South Korea

Celadon Tea Set With Two Cups - Valued At $250
by Lee Dae Young & Icheon Ceramics Cooperative
South Korea

Artist Bio: Lee Dae Young and the cooperative’s other members create ceramics in several important traditional styles.

The styles are: Hand-thrown, hand-carved Celadon, dating from the 10th century, distinguished by the pale green-blue color and a clear glaze; Bunchung, from the 15th century, characterized by a white glaze; and Joseon white porcelain, also from the 15th century, marked by the simple designs.

Since the 1945 end of Japanese occupation, efforts to revive the ceramic folk arts have centered on the town of Icheon. The city now boasts 300 ceramic studios, the Ceramic Art High School, and a national ceramic festival.

If you would like to be entered into KUNM's Early Bird Prize Drawing you must sign up before March 31, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. MT.  

Rosemalled Box by Levente Sütő of Hungary

Rosemalled Box - Valued At $300
by Levente Sütő
Hungary

Artist Bio: A 14th generation Transylvanian-Hungarian furniture maker, Levente creates vivid hand-painted Vargyas floral carvings for the home and special occasions, including elaborate boxes, children’s furniture for baptisms, and the carved wooden headstones specific to the Carpathian basin of Hungary.

Using organic paints, made by mashing minerals on stone plates to create the rich colors, Levente creates harmoniously-proportioned designs carrying deep symbolism.

His family’s works are used in many places— the carvings are found inside churches, on furniture in homes, on the decorative boxes given at celebrations, and even on household items such as washboards and gates.

If you would like to be entered into KUNM's Early Bird Prize Drawing you must sign up before March 31, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. MT.

Buddha Mask by Ida Bagus Anom Suryawan of Indonesia

Buddha Mask  - Valued At $300
by Ida Bagus Anom Suryawan
Indonesia

Artist Bio: Born in Mas village in Bali, Ida makes masks from light pulewood for use in the topeng masked dance ceremony. The brightly colored masks feature as many as 40 layers of acrylic paint, which ensures their durability.

Ida learned mask making from his great uncle, a well-known wood carver and mask maker. He is grateful to share this tradition with the world; it is his duty and joy. His young son already carves alongside him. He was honored to repair ancient temple makes at his local temple and he also performs topeng dance for ritual occasions in his community.

2016 IFAA Living Traditions Award Finalist.

If you would like to be entered into KUNM's Early Bird Prize Drawing you must sign up before March 31, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. MT.

Winner of the TerraTrike drawn Monday, April 10th, 12 pm

TerraTrike Rover i-8 Donated by Two Wheel Drive
TerraTrike Rover i-8 Valued at $1500 Donated by Two Wheel Drive 

A revolution in triking.

The Rover has introduced more people to triking than any other recumbent trike on the market. It has also restored health and happiness to thousands of owners who never thought they would be active again. The Rover is TerraTrike's number one selling trike, and is perfect for any type of rider - young or old, large or small.

That's a pretty bold statement for a trike with a starting price lower than almost any other trike on the market. Its success, however, lies in its reliability and usability. Featuring one of the strongest frames in the TerraTrike lineup, and a high seat position, the Rover is perfect for anyone who needs a sturdy, no-nonsense machine. The Rover is also TerraTrike's most versatile trike, ideal for riders with adaptive needs. The Rover features disc brakes, an easily adjustable seat, and twist grip shifting.

If you are ready to experience the joy of riding a TerraTrike, the Rover is the perfect way to make the leap. The Rover has changed the triking world, and it will change yours too.

Winner of the Terra Trike drawn Monday, April 10th, 12 pm

 

(No donation required to enter).