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UTTC Pull and Raise Sculpture Almost Complete

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It's been a week since Japanese artist, Tsubasa Kato, arrived at the United Tribes Technical College to begin constructing his pull and raise sculpture.

And now, the 33 foot teepee is just about complete.

The project involved construction of this large wooden structure.

When it's complete, the structure is pulled upright with long ropes by volunteers.

Tsubasa says he's thankful to those at UTTC for their help in the assembly process as well as the students who helped add a little color.

"It is such an honor to be part of such a traditional festival like the Powwow. And it's actually the biggest powwow so I think this experience that we got deeply involved with the community and also the people who live here are going to give us a lot of help for our future projects,"Tsubasa Kato, Pull and Raise Sculpture Artist.

Volunteers are still needed for the pull and raise event tomorrow at 5pm.

Everyone in the community is welcome to attend.

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