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THE 35TH ANNUAL AMERICAN INDIAN ART SHOW MARIN

Saturday and Sunday, February 16 - 17, 2019

Marin Civic Center, 10 Avenue of the Flags, San Rafael, CA
The American Indian Art Show/Marin has become the most significant showcase of Antique American Indian art on the west coast. Celebrating its 35th year in 2019, this show brings together the passion of the country's top dealers and artists, with collectors, and those interested in exploring the rich cultures of the Americas. With an emphasis on Antique American Indian art, as well as Pre-Columbian, Spanish Colonial and the best contemporary American Indian art, this show offers something for everyone, including jewelry, textiles, baskets, pottery, beadwork, sculpture, paintings, photography, books and more. Our exhibitors and artists offer the finest quality material for everyone from the first time buyer to the seasoned collector.

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HEARD MUSEUM GUILD INDIAN FAIR AND MARKET

Saturday and Sunday, March 2 - 3, 2019

Heard Museum, 2301 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ

A long-standing nationally recognized event, the Fair is the second largest market of its kind in the country. Featuring more than 600 Native artists including well established and acclaimed talents along with a new and upcoming generation. Breath-taking works across a wide variety of traditional and cutting edge media dazzle visitors each year. Held the first weekend of March, the Fair attracts over 10,000 guests and has become a gathering place for art lovers and the community to celebrate and learn about Native art and culture.

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ABBE MUSEUM INDIAN MARKET

Saturday and Sunday, May 18-19, 2019

Village Green Park, Downtown Bar Harbor, ME

Mount Desert Island calls to many artists. Its cragged shores, woodland trails, and calming lakes inspire creativity and have lured artists to this place for generations. Wabanaki people are part of this artistic tradition, dating back thousands of years on this island. During the Rusticator era (the 1840s to 1920s), the Wabanaki people helped make Bar Harbor and the island so attractive to visitors - making art and selling it to the visitors ensure cultural survival for many art forms.

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NATIVE TREASURES ART SHOW

Saturday and Sunday, May 26-27 2019

Santa Fe Community Convention Center Santa Fe, NM

Visit with 200 of the best Native American artists working in the country today – from traditional to contemporary and from emerging to established – selling jewelry, pottery, painting, basketry, beadwork, carvings, sculpture and textiles. Attendees have access to high-quality works from artists representing tribes across the United States. The museum is proud to promote working indigenous artists and help sustain their communities and cultures

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