Ron Fairbanks teaching kids how to paint formline. (Aaron Bolton, KSTK)

Formline allows children to express themselves with traditional artform

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The Alaska Native Sisterhood Association – or ANSA – wrapped up a three-day Native art class for Wrangell children Aug. 3. About 20 kids gathered to learn the traditional artform known as formline, the art of the Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian tribes of Southeast Alaska.
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