PRODUCTIONS

The Dugout Canoe Project
thumbnaildocumentary film, first edition, September 2010

Ken Koons


This film details the making of a dugout canoe using traditional methods. Narrators discuss the history, function, and meaning of the dugout, a means of transportation found all over the world. Currently a project-in-progress, the second edition of the film will include connections between the canoe and Muskogee-Creek Native American cosmology.

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Watch the film here.




Handcrafted Traditions
thumbnail series of documentary films, articles, and photographic essays, Carroll County Times, December 2004 to present


A multi-part series documenting various crafts, artistic skills, and traditions.

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Living with Dying
cover series of articles and photo essays, Carroll County Times, December 1998--September 1999

A nine-part series detailing the story of Dale Aukerman and his family. Aukerman, a peace activist and minister, was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer in 1996.

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People of One Fire Continuing a Centuries-Old Tradition: Winterthumbnail
documentary film, September 2010

Ryan Koons

This film details the two winter ceremonies celebrated by a Muskogee-Creek Native American community in the American Southeast.

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