Kung Fu Kenny has a new residence… in Congress.
Every Spring the Congressional Institute — a “not-for-profit corporation dedicated to helping Members of Congress better serve their constituents and helping their constituents better understand the operations of the national legislature” — holds a high school visual art competition nationwide, with the winner’s piece prominently displayed at the Capitol Building in Washington, DC.
This year’s winner was Tiona Cordova, of Pueblo, CO. Let’s just say, she’s been listening to DAMN quite a bit.
— Rep. Scott Tipton (@RepTipton) May 16, 2017
The painting of K. Dot will be prominently displayed at the U.S. Capitol for a year, with Cordova being honored at a Washington D.C. ceremony.