Wyo. students share American Indian cultural through the arts

Students from Wyoming Indian High School in Ethete recently participated in a museum exhibit and sale of their art and performed traditional dances of the Northern Plains tribes. The event was coordinated by art teacher Cleve Bell, his students and the National Historic Trails Interpretative Center. "They come from very traditional families, and seeing them take pride in not only their artwork but their dancing, it instills a sense of pride in me," said Sandi Iron Cloud, a teacher at Wyoming Indian. "Not only as a teacher, but as a grandparent and as a mother."

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