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Grant will guide, invest in work of Diné artists

Navajo weaver Marlowe Katoney has come a long way in the five years he has been weaving rugs, and now his craft has landed him exhibition space in New York City.

Diné painter hopes to move women artists to the foreground

When asked what will help them make good on the outside, three tribal members serving time in New Mexico prisons didn’t hesitate to answer.

When people think about a fashion designer’s studio, a wide-open space covered in fabric and mannequins might come to mind.

When people see Navajo Nation Vice President Rex Lee Jim, they may only see a politician.

When it comes to movies, much can be said about aspect ratios and picture quality, but regardless of a movie screen’s height and width, the picture itself is still flat.

The kids of Asta Biyaazh Community School brought the power of Broadway to their little school as they danced their hearts out for their “Broadway Bound” performance this past Friday.

Ron Larson says he’s really attracted to the colors of the Colorado Plateau.