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Maiyah King was just a toddler when she first started drawing with her grandmother.

Buy a yarn or spin one at one-stop shop for weavers

You can find R.C. Gorman’s art in galleries and private collections from coast to coast. But he left “a portion of himself” on the reservation, said Rhiannon Sorrell, Diné College’s instruction and digital services librarian.

Diné dancer to debut new ballet with Robert Mirabal this weekend

The style is modern, but the symbols are as old as the Diné. The language is English, but the words are from stories that were retold over the generations in Navajo before they were ever written down.

Fiber artist creates a fitting tribute to his first mentor

Low Mountain man sprinkles Diné in fantasy worlds

This year marks Diné College’s golden anniversary. But it’s starting out the celebration with a little silver.

Sanders family excels at obscure sport

When Amy Mitchell was nine years old her mother, Charlene Mitchell, asked her if there was an instrument that she wanted to learn.