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Dugi’s designs have seen the runways from New York Style Fashion Week to small shows in New Mexico.

“Animal Art Works: The Return Exhibit” is set for Saturday, Feb. 10, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sponsored by the Farmyard Project, the one-night exhibit and sale of animal themed art at the Farm Bistro (34 W. Main) is a benefit for two regional humane societies

Lyla June is a singer, songwriter and musician who is also a poet, activist, educator event organizer and scholar.

A Louisiana antiques dealer who acquired a collection of about 50 paintings and sketches by students and teachers at Chinle Boarding School wants to bring the art home for an exhibit.

While growing up in South Dakota, Lucas Brown Eyes, Oglala Lakota, would offhandedly talk about wanting to become a writer for television.

“Mud” (Hashtl’ishnii), a short film written and directed by Shaandiin Tome, on Dec. 4 was chosen for the Indie Episodic, Shorts and Special Events for the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.

Shawn Nelson is on a crusade to remind people how important climate is to their lives. And he’s doing it like he usually does – in a series of sand paintings dealing with climate issues.

“Amásání” (The Grandmother), the short film written, directed, edited and produced by University of Arizona BFA 2017 Film & Television graduate Stacy Howard, has been selected to screen at the 2017 ImagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival.

Diné actress Geraldine Keams loves her profession

Diné women are often overlooked in a patriarchal society, but one photographer looks to change that.