Amy Kitchener, executive director of the Alliance for California Traditional Arts, is photographed at her Fresno office in front of Papel Picado pieces or cut paper art by Herminia Albarran Romero, an NEA National Heritage fellow from San Francisco, on Wednesday. Kitchener has been named to board of the American Follklife Center at the Library of Congress.
Amy Kitchener, executive director of the Alliance for California Traditional Arts, is photographed at her Fresno office in front of Papel Picado pieces or cut paper art by Herminia Albarran Romero, an NEA National Heritage fellow from San Francisco, on Wednesday. Kitchener has been named to board of the American Follklife Center at the Library of Congress. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com
Amy Kitchener, executive director of the Alliance for California Traditional Arts, is photographed at her Fresno office in front of Papel Picado pieces or cut paper art by Herminia Albarran Romero, an NEA National Heritage fellow from San Francisco, on Wednesday. Kitchener has been named to board of the American Follklife Center at the Library of Congress. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com

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