25th annual Eiteljorg Museum Indian Market and Festival
Jun
24
to Jun 25

25th annual Eiteljorg Museum Indian Market and Festival

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Native American artists from more than 60 tribes will sell art, demonstrate and perform

INDIANAPOLIS – One of downtown Indianapolis’ top artistic and cultural celebrations returns Saturday and Sunday, June 24-25:  the 25th annual Eiteljorg Indian Market and Festival. Visitors can meet Native American artists from more than 60 tribes and purchase their handmade art, including jewelry, pottery, beadwork, cultural items, basketry, paintings, sculpture and weavings. The weekend also will feature performances from renowned Native American musicians Arvel Bird and Tony Duncan, as well as family-friendly cultural demonstrations of Native art, cooking and storytelling.

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Red Earth Festival
Jun
9
to Jun 11

Red Earth Festival


At Red Earth, guests can sample the work of some of the nation’s most celebrated artists, with opportunities to purchase contemporary and traditional examples of beadwork, basketry, jewelry, pottery, sculpture, paintings, graphics and cultural attire during the juried art show and market.

The Red Earth PowWow draws hundreds of dancers who gather to celebrate their cultures and heritage with the world. Guests can witness the exciting Grand Entry of Dancers at Noon on Friday, June 9 and again at Noon and 7 pm on Saturday, June 10.

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21st annual Durango Autumn Arts Festival
Sep
19
to Sep 20

21st annual Durango Autumn Arts Festival

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The Durango Arts Center presents the 21st annual Durango Autumn Arts Festival on 2nd Avenue in historic downtown Durango. A favorite in Southwest Colorado, the festival is a well-loved and attended community event, known for the quality of fine art and fine craft and a friendly atmosphere for both its artists and its guests.

The festival showcases up to 90 fine artists and fine craftspeople from around the country, as well as local musicians and performers from the 2nd Avenue Stage. Creation Station offers art activities for youths and adults.

Festival Facts

90 fine artists & fine craftspeople juried by arts professionals from the region

Located on East 2nd Avenue between College and 9th Streets – closed to auto traffic

Free admission for all

Live local musicians and performers from the 2nd Avenue Stage all weekend

Delectable treats by local artisanal food purveyors and microbrews

Creation Station offering hands-on art activities for all ages

Festival is a fundraising event for the Durango Arts Center

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Sep
5
to Sep 6

27th Annual Totah Festival Indian Art Market & Pow Wow

More than 100 Native American artisans are juried into this annual festival celebrating established and beginning artists.  Festival also features great food, contest Pow-Wow and an authentic Navajo Rug Auction.

Totah Festival is a Juried Art festival featuring quality Native American art from across the southwest.  The Festival began in 1988 as a marketplace for Native American artists to share their skills and craftsmanship with the community, visitors and each other.  Today the Totah Festival features 100 artist booths, Juried Art Competition, Contest Pow-Wow and an authentic Navajo Rug Auction.

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IFAM
Aug
20
to Aug 22

IFAM

Booth #105

IFAM Art show and Sale
Pop Up Entertainment / IFAM Main Performance Stage at the Railyard (Emergence Productions)
Thursday, August 20
Friday, August 21
10am-10pm
Saturday, August 22
10am-4:30pm

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Jun
5
to Jun 7

Oklahoma City, 29th Annual Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival

      June 5-7, 2015 at the Cox Convention Center in downtown Oklahoma City.  The award winning festival features American Indian artists and dancers from through North America who celebrate the richness and diversity of their heritage with the world. This June Oklahoma City will be the center of Native American art and culture in America.

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Nov
8
to Nov 9

American Indian Arts Marketplace

About the Marketplace

The largest Native American arts fair in Southern California, the Autry's American Indian Arts Marketplace features 200 Native American artists who represent more than 40 tribes. The weekend also includes performances, children’s activities, informative talks and demonstrations, and the annual short play festival from Native Voices, the Autry’s resident theatre company.

Top Native American artists from across the country offer:

  • sculptures and pottery
  • beadwork and basketry
  • photography and paintings
  • jewelry and textiles
  • wooden carvings
  • mixed-media works
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Oct
18
to Oct 19

Indian Art Market at the Natural History Museum of Utah

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Indian Art Market at the Natural History Museum of Utah:

  • Browse the work of 20+ native artists in a variety of media: painting, jewelry, sculpture, beadwork and more. 
  • Experience the native sounds of drummers kicking off the market opening on Saturday and Sunday at 10am.  
  • Hear live flute music throughout in the afternoons on both days.

The Indian Art Market and associated programs are free and open to the public. 

Admission to the Museum galleries is separate.

 

 

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Jun
5
to Jun 7

Oklahoma City 28th Annual Red Earth Festival

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The 28th Annual Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival held in Oklahoma City has matured into one of the most respected visual and performing arts event of its type – setting the standard for many of today’s Indian art shows held throughout the nation.  At Red Earth, guests can sample the work of some of the nation’s most celebrated artists, with opportunities to purchase contemporary and traditional examples of beadwork, basketry, jewelry, pottery, sculpture, paintings, graphics and cultural attire during the juried art show and market.

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