Kingsley “King” Kuka was a local Blackfeet artist and poet, known for his paintings and lithographs which he called “Kuka-graphs.” He inspired an entire generation of American Indian Artists, and his work is recognized internationally; it is said the Vatican holds one of this paintings in their prestigious collection. Sadly, King Kuka passed away in 2004. His legacy, however, lives on through the creative spirit of his family as his wife Marietta and five children (Kqyn, Kodi, Kokko, Khi, Khol) are active in the arts as well. For more information, contact Alice Southworth at 406-217-3640 or email.

First People's Buffalo Jump State Park | 342 Ulm-Vaughn Road, Ulm, Montana

Saturday, August 21, 2021

10 AM Show Open

4PM Show Close