Nino Reyos

Utah Division of Arts & Museums (UDAM) teaching artist.
Nino Reyos
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Nino Reyos is a member of the Northern Ute and Laguna Pueblo Indian Nations. He was born the youngest of 11 children, among the Ute People in North Eastern Utah near Ft. Duchesne, where he had spent the majority of his adolescent life. Nino holds a Master’s degree in Social Work, the only member of his family to receive a degree of higher education. He is also a Native American Veteran, having received an Honorable discharge from the United States Marine Corp. Nino is a Northern Traditional

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