Arts & Life In Photos: 49th annual Pow Wow by Arts and Life Editor on March 11, 2019 Arts and Life Editor Author More in Arts & Life: Bob Cole Conservatory of Music students prepare for junior and senior recitals at home December 7, 2020 Prison Education Program empowers education within the incarceration system December 4, 2020 CSULB’s Geography Student Association hosts virtual map and photo competition December 3, 2020 TweetShareShare Screen Shot 2019-03-10 at 7.34.57 PM Osteen Bob, 29, and his nephew Marcel, 4, left, and his son Brayan, 3, from the Navajo tribe at the Annual Pow Wow event on March 10, 2019. Screen Shot 2019-03-10 at 8.11.40 PM Shigo Biiliilitso (Yellow Horse) holds his baby in between dances. Screen Shot 2019-03-10 at 8.27.05 PM University of California Riverside Pow Wow Princess Katianna Warren dances in the arena for the Grand Entry Sunday. Screen Shot 2019-03-10 at 7.28.43 PM Dancer Darren Hensen leading the Grand Opening of the Annual Pow Wow event on March 10, 2019. Saab_online3 Head Man Dancer Shiigo Biiliilitso (Diné) stands in the arena at the 49th annual Pow Wow Sunday. powwow_Sabrina_clothing A participant at the 49th annual Pow Wow dressed in Regalia, circles around the arena Saturday. Crystal_online1 Osteen bob, dressed in regalia at the 49th annual Pow Wow saturday at Long Beach State where the Central Quad was transformed into the dance arena. 89BC73CD-C6DA-4FC4-BDC0-D888750300D6 Adam Nordwall, 38, enters the arena for the Grand Entry Sunday with daughters Cordelia, 3, and 7-month-old Camille. 0F10CEA0-2E7D-4300-A053-04B42516CC90 White Mountain Apache Crown Dancers twirl and stomp to the beats of drums on the second day of the 49th annual Long Beach Pow Wow. 6A57D954-33CA-4063-A246-23DA5DDBA741 Andrew Herrera (right) fries bread kneaded by Malcolm Dohi (left) at the Crazyhorse Cafe stand where they sell Indian tacos and fry bread. 4E766A1D-DD93-46D9-91DB-C89121AA6232 Brayan Bob, 3, from the Navajo tribe shows off native dances at the Grand Entry of the 49th annual Pow Wow Sunday. BC605F3B-6716-4988-AECC-90E16022BE00 A participant, dressed in regalia at the 49th annual Pow Wow, circles around the arena Saturday. 6B460A12-74CF-48A8-B1F9-105BDBA0908D Pow Wow singers, the Phoneix Boys, sing and drum at the arena Saturday. B1B2FE09-0B65-44D1-8284-DA29B6947EF1 Shigo Biiliilitso, (Yellow Horse) holds his baby Chase at the 49th annual Long Beach Pow Wow Saturday. 8BB2FFCB-1648-4711-9DBE-E293FD255E48 A vendor sells small bird necklaces, which imitate bird whistles when air is blown into them. 7F629F81-B9FA-4BB0-88F0-6307B5984854 Backstrap loom weaving is the technique used when crafting clothes, purses and more.