Riding with the Eagle Hunters
Aired On: Jan 3, 2013
Bonnie Folkins' lecture will focus on the rich cultural heritage, unique customs and dress of Buyan-Olgii, nestled in Mongolia’s Altai Mountains bordering China, Kazakhstan and Russia.
Bonnie Folkins is an accomplished artist with over 50 solo exhibitions in Canada, the United States and Portugal, as well as hundreds of paintings in permanent collections all over North America. A visit to Western Mongolia in 2007 inspired her photographic efforts and the medium of her artistic work. Since her initial trip to Mongolia in 2007, Folkins has been committed to...
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