Goat Tracks by Anna Jean Begay
Diamond Double Weave by Garndreau Nez
Personal Design by Autumn Yazzie
Navajo Children: Weaving the Future
Hand made rugs and blankets have always been an important part of Native American culture and economy. Weaving techniques and patterns have traditionally been passed down from mothers and grandmothers to daughters.
Modern lifestyles have threatened this art form. Tourism, and economic development from Adopt an Elder Program have given this art form renewed interest. Adopt an Elder Program sponsors rug sales directly from the weavers who get one hundred percent of the profits. Young and talented Navajo children living in the Navajo Nation did all the rugs and blankets in this exhibit. The collection is on loan from Adopt an Elder Program.
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2020-2021 Traveling Schedule
Weber State University, Stewart Library, Ogden 8/20-12/17
George S. & Dolores Dore Eccles Art Gallery, SLCC, Salt Lake City, 1/7-2/8, 2021
Clarke Johnson Junior High, Tooele, 2/9-3/9
2018-2019 Traveling Schedule
Wasatch Elementary, Salt Lake City, Aug 27 – Sep 24
Overlake Elementary, Tooele, Feb 11 – Mar 13, 2019
Cedar City Public Library, May 1 – June 5