Admission is Free | Open Thu–Sun
Part one of this special two-part presentation features two extraordinary young Diné (Navajo) weavers who share cultural knowledge preserved and passed down for generations. In conversation with designer and Orenda Tribe founder, Amy Denet Deal, each artist talks about their creations, deep roots of weaving, and the future of Diné fiber art. The first program features artists, Zefren Anderson and Nikyle Begay, whose work is rooted in tradition, the land and animals.
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