Hua Yan, left, and Megan Wang practice before a performance. Chinese dancers participated in a past Traditional Arts Apprenticeship program with support from the Idaho Commission on the Arts. The organization is welcoming applications for a variety of artistic grants and programs.
Hua Yan, left, and Megan Wang practice before a performance. Chinese dancers participated in a past Traditional Arts Apprenticeship program with support from the Idaho Commission on the Arts. The organization is welcoming applications for a variety of artistic grants and programs. Katherine Jones Katherine Jones / Idaho Statesma
Hua Yan, left, and Megan Wang practice before a performance. Chinese dancers participated in a past Traditional Arts Apprenticeship program with support from the Idaho Commission on the Arts. The organization is welcoming applications for a variety of artistic grants and programs. Katherine Jones Katherine Jones / Idaho Statesma

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