Kathy (KiowaKat) Dickerson, Kiowa Artist, Demonstrator, On Air Personality, Radio Programmer, Lecturer, American Indian Consultant, activist, and much more.
This page is new and very much under construction (3-10-2021)We are bringing all of Kathy's groups and information links and info to one main site. We are hoping to make this more interactive with everyone, hold discussions and bring news and more gathered under this site. Thanks for stopping in and please check back often as we will soon have much more to offer here.
Meanwhile be sure to check Kathy's Facebook groups out along with her online square store (up and still being added too) , Links below
Essence of the Plains Facebook Page- Kathy created an American Indian owned business, (llc, mbe/wbe) Which deals in Federally recognized American Indian Arts and Crafts from Kathy and other Artists across the U.S. This helps bring authentic American Indian arts to the public.
Essence of the Plains online store-
The Sprays and candles are now available online, more of our merchandise will be added to this page shortly.-
American Indian Educational Resources of St. Louis. - 1974 American Indians/Tribal citizens residing in St Louis had opened a place called The American Indian Cultural Center designated for all tribal citizens to gather in this community, 2004 the doors of the American Indian Center closed, Since 2005, We have gathered talented American Indians to do demonstrations, lectures, Craft classes, or helping other organizations with American Indian activities. We feel we can cover most request that should arise in the St. Louis and surrounding Metro area. We are promoting our American Indian Artist, Performers in and for the St. Louis community.
This facebook group is for any and all that have an interest in American Indians. events will be placed here along with Discussions on American Indian subjects.
Department of Interior requested the use of Kathy's Boots photo for one of their 2021 ads-
U.S. Department of Interior / Indian Arts and Crafts Board's listing of Federally recognized Indian artists in Missouri-