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‘The lifestyle that we live’: Artists talk about their work at September Festival

‘The lifestyle that we live’: Artists talk about their work at September Festival
Skool Boy Kook’s front man Nolan Karras from Piñon performed on Saturday at the Eddie Shootinglady Pavilion during the September Festival in Shonto, Ariz. (Times photo - Krista Allen)

Skool Boy Kook’s front man Nolan Karras from Piñon performed on Saturday at the Eddie Shootinglady Pavilion during the September Festival in Shonto, Ariz. (Times photo – Krista Allen)

SHONTO, Ariz. – Randall J. Wilson squinted while Baje Whitethorne Sr. finished up another masterpiece. Some artists, like Ed Singer, sat under the trees to work. Others, like Elroy Kaye, established a booth here for the first time.

Everyone at the September Festival looked happy on Saturday afternoon – perfect weather for experiencing art and music.

Set in Shonto Canyon, the autumn festival brought together at least a dozen outstanding artists and musicians such as Elizabeth Whitethorne-Benally and Nolan Karras.

About The Author

Krista Allen

Krista Allen, based in Kaibeto, is the assistant editor of the Navajo Times.

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