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Program teaches children, teens about many forms of art
Noel Lyn Smith, Farmington Daily Times
Published 4:42 p.m. MT June 11, 2019
Basketry class instructor Sally Black helps a student start the next step in completing a Navajo wedding basket during Dahayoigii A Youth Art Event on June 11 at San Juan College in Farmington. Noel Lyn Smith/The Daily Times
Eve Lisa Stephenson watches her son, Troy White, apply colored sand to his sandpainting during a session at Dahayoigii A Youth Art Event on June 11 at San Juan College in Farmington. Noel Lyn Smith/The Daily Times