August 10, 2010
Recording artist and former Miss Navajo Nation Radmilla Cody (left) stands with filmmakers Angela Webb (center) and Camille Manybeads Tso at the Museum of Northern Arizona’s Navajo Festival. Webb produced the film, “Hearing Radmilla” while Tso wrote and directed “In the Footsteps of Yellow Woman.”
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FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - The 61st Annual Navajo Festival of Arts and Culture presented by the Museum of Northern Arizona this past weekend offered a lively picture of a vibrant, living people. Collectors saw exemplary examples of Navajo jewelry, folk art, pottery, fine art, sculpture, textile and baskets, and performances. The rooms and hallways were packed on Aug. 7, despite the day-long rain. This year, two outstanding films were presented, both honoring Navajo women-"In the Footsteps of Yellow Woman," and "Hearing Radmilla."