Idyllwild Arts Summer Program

Companiott, Heather S.
July 2005
News from Native California;Summer2005, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p43
Provides information on the Idyllwild Arts Summer Program hosted by Native American artists and scholars in California founded in 1950. Benefits offered by the program to participants; Highlights of the program; Art workshops offered as part of the program.


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