Keli Mashburn

Video artist Keli Mashburn (Osage) at the Coe Center for the Arts.

The most extensive Native art events calendar available. Including festivals, fairs, markets, and exhibitions of work by Inuit, First Nations, Métis, Native Americans, and fellow Indigenous peoples of the Americas, as well as symposia and conferences.

June 2022

June 29: Los Angeles, CA, and Virtual
Bonhams’ Native American Art Auction at Bonhams, 7601 Sunset Boulevard, and online at 11:00 am PDT | (323) 850-7500 |

June 29–July 5: Whitehorse, YT
Adäka Cultural Festival at the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre, 1171 1st Avenue. Cosponsored by Yukon First Nations Culture and Tourism Association | +1 (867) 667-7698 |

June 30–July 2: Washington, DC
We the Peoples Before festival at the Kennedy Center,  2700 F Street NW. Immersive performances, workshops, film screenings, cooking demonstrations, and in-depth discussions led by Native artists, storytellers, and tribal elders in recognition of the rightful place of Native cultural practice as a central influence on the national landscape of arts and culture in the United States|

June 30–July 3: Iqaluit, NU
Alianait Arts Festival at various locations. Days with 24-hour sunlight set the spotlight on Inuit and other circumpolar and Indigenous artists while bringing together exciting world-class musicians, circus acrobats, dancers, storytellers, actors, filmmakers, and visual artists from across the globe |

June 30–July 2: Oklahoma City, OK
Red Earth Festival at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NW 63rd Street | (405) 427-5228 |


Through July 4: Saskatoon, SK
New Age Warriors at Wanuskewin Heritage Park, RR#4 Penner Road. Solo exhibition of birchbark biting by Catherine Blackburn (English River Dene) | +1 (306) 931-6767 |

Through July 8: Oklahoma City, OK
What We Wear at Red Earth Art Center, 100 N Broadway Ave, Oklahoma City, OK. Group show featuring the clothing and adornment work of twelve Indigenous artists | (405) 427-5228 |

Jean LaMarr

Jean LaMarr’s “Some Kind of Buckaroo,” part of “The Art of Jean LaMarr at the Nevada Museum of Art.

Through July 10: Reno, NV
The Art of Jean LaMarr at the Nevada Museum of Art, 160 W. Liberty Street. Solo exhibition for this Northern Paiute/Pit River printmaker and painter with catalogue | (775) 329-3333 |

Through July 16: Missoula, MT
Marcus Amerman: Indian Country at the Missoula Art Museum, 335 N. Pattee Street. Solo exhibition for this Choctaw Nation beadwork artist | (406) 728-0447 |

Through July 17: Denver, CO
ReVisión: Art in the Americas at the Denver Art Museum, 100 W. 14th Avenue Parkway | (720) 865-5000 |

Through July 18: San Francisco, CA
NINE: What Is Ours in the Wake of Extraction at the Midway SF, 900 Marin Street, featuring Etochime: Harakbut Artist Collective, Indigenous artists from the Peruvian Amazon, curated by Patsy Craig. Reception: Thursday, June 6, 5:00–8:00 pm |

Through July 23: Winnipeg, MB
Kakiniit Hivonighijotaa: Inuit Embodied Practices at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Boulevard | +1 (204) 786-6641 |

Through July 31: Toronto, ON
Jeffrey Gibson: I Am Your Relative at the Museum of Contemporary Toronto (MOCA), 158 Sterling Road. Commissioned by MOCA and the Toronto Biennial of Art | +1 (416) 530-2500 |

Through August 1: Vancouver, BC
you radiate sunshine like clothes on a clothesline, for James Luna at Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Art Gallery, 203–290 McDermont Avenue. Solo exhibition for Meagan Musseau (Mi’kmaw) | +1 (204) 942-2674 |

Through August 5: Buffalo, NY
Reservation for One at K Art, 808 Main Street. Solo exhibition for Frank Buffalo Hyde (Onondaga) | (716) 216-2941 |

Through August 5: Buffalo, NY
Indians Forever at K Art, 808 Main Street. Solo exhibition for Fritz Scholder (Luiseño, 1937–2005) | (716) 216-2941 |

Through August 6: Lincoln, NE
Star Body, Star Breath at the Great Plains Art Museum, 1155 Q Street. Solo exhibition for Sarah Rowe (Lakota/Ponca descent) | (402) 472-3964 |

Through August 7: Dallas, TX
Spirit Lodge: Mississippian Art from Spiro
at the Dallas Museum of Art, 1717 N. Harwood Street. Curated by Eric Singleton, PhD | (214) 922-1200 |

Through August 14: Norman, OK
Ascendant: Expressions of Self Determination at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, 555 Elm Avenue. Student-curated exhibition of mid-20th century Native artists in the University of Oklahoma’s art program. Webinar: March 24, Thursday | (405) 325-3272 |

Through August 14, 2022: Whistler, BC
Wolves: The Art of Dempsey Bob at Audain Art Museum, 4350 Blackcomb Way. First-ever retrospective of this Tahltan-Tlingit woodcarver’s career from the 1970s to the present | (604) 962-0413 |

Through August 20: Lincoln, NE
Contemporary Indigeneity at the Great Plains Art Museum, 1155 Q Street, biennial juried exhibition | (402) 472-6220 |

Through August 21: Spokane, WA
Awakenings at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, 2316 W. First Avenue. A collaborative group exhibition about the annual Columbia River Canoe Journey with the United Tribes of the Upper Columbia | (509) 456-3931 |

Through August 21: Santa Fe, NM
SITElab 16: Spectrum at SITE Santa Fe, 1606 Paseo de Peralta. Solo exhibition for Nani Chacon (Diné/Chicana) | (505) 989-1199 |

Through August 22: Tucson, AZ
Woven Through Time: American Treasures of Native Basketry and Fiber Art at the Arizona State Museum, 1310 E. University Boulevard works from the permanent collection spanning 8,000 years | (520) 621-6302 |

Through August 28: Regina, SK
Radical Stitch at MacKenzie Art Gallery, 3475 Albert Street. Group show of contemporary Indigenous beadwork artists | + 1 (306) 584-4250 |

Through August 31: Wewoka, OK
Form and Function: Southeastern Art and Utility Among the Five Tribes at the Seminole Nation Museum, 524 S. Wewoka Avenue | (405) 257-5580 |

Through September 3: Champaign, IL
To Know the Fire: Pueblo Women Potters and the Shaping of History at the Krannert Art Museum, 500 E. Peabody Drive. Curated by Allyson Purpura | (217) 244-0516 |

Through September 3: Winnipeg, MB
Kwaata-nihtaawakihk—A Hard Birth at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Boulevard. Responding to the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Province of Manitoba. Curated by Sherry Farrell Racette (Métis) | +1 (204) 786-6641 |

Through September 4: La Jolla, CA
Voices from the Rez at the La Jolla Historical Society, 780 Prospect Street. Group exhibition of 10 artists living on reservations in San Diego and Riverside counties. Reception: Friday, June 3, 3:00–6:00 pm, please register in advance | (858) 459-5335 |

Through September 4: Kansas City, MO
Paintings from the Spanish Americas: The Thoma Collection at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, 4525 Oak Street | (816) 751-1278 |

Through September 4: Atlanta, GA
Returns: Cherokee Diaspora and Art at Atlanta Contemporary, 535 Means Street NW. Featuring Luzene Hill (Eastern Band Cherokee), Brenda Mallory (Cherokee Nation), and Kade Twist (Cherokee Nation) | (404) 688-1970 |

Through September 4: Atlanta, GA
You Are Heleswv (Medicine) at Atlanta Contemporary, 535 Means Street NW. Group exhibition of predominantly Muscogee and Cherokee artists | (404) 688-1970 |

Through September 11: Tacoma, WA
In the Spirit: Contemporary Native Arts at the Washington State Historical Society, 1911 Pacific Avenue | (253) 272-9747 |

Through September 11: New York, NY
Dakota Modern: The Art of Oscar Howe at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian George Gustav Heye Center, 1 Bowling Green. Curated by Kathleen Ash-Milby (Navajo) | (212) 514-3750 |

Through September 12: El Paso, TX
Working Ancient Themes into New Combinations: A Tribute to Lucy M. Lewis, Acoma Potter at the El Paso Museum of Archaeology, 4301 Transmountain Road | (915) 212-0421 |

Through September 11: Santa Fe
Jeffrey Gibson: The Body Electric at SITE Santa Fe, 1606 Paseo de Peralta. Solo exhibition for this Mississippi Choctaw/Cherokee artist, curated by Brandee Caoba | (505) 989-1199 |

Through September 18: Brooklyn, NY
Guadalupe Maravilla: Tierra Blanca Joven at the Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway. Solo exhibition for this El Salvador–born interdisciplinary artist of Mestizo/Maya descent |  (718) 638-5000 |

Through September 10: Oklahoma City, OK
Altars of Reconciliation at Norick Art Center, Oklahoma City University, 1608 NW 26th Street. Group exhibition exploring Native American Christianity, curated by Tony Tiger (Sac & Fox/Muscogee/Seminole) and Bobby C. Martin (Muscogee) |

Through October 2: Santa Fe, NM
Abeyta: To’Hajiilee Ké at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, 704 Camino Lejo. Publication opening reception: Saturday, February 12, 10:00 am–4:00 pm, $8 museum admission. This exhibition chronicles a visual dialogue within an important Navajo family of artists, a father, son, and two daughters | (505) 982-4636 |

Through October 2: Los Angeles, CA
Portable Universe/El Universo en Tus Manos: Thought and Splendor of Indigenous Colombia at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire Boulevard | (323) 857-6000 |

Through October 23: Vancouver, BC
Beaded Nostalgia at the Bill Reid Gallery, 639 Hornby Street. Curated by Aliya Boubard (Sagkeeng Ojibwe) | +1 (604) 682-3455 x221 |

Through October 31: Phoenix, AZ
How Old Is It: Southwestern Silverwork, 1850–1940 at the Heard Museum, 2301 N. Central Avenue | (602) 252-8840 | 

Through December 11: Seattle, WA
Indigenous Matrix: Northwest Women Printmakers at the Seattle Art Museum’s Third Floor Galleries, 1300 First Avenue | (206) 654-3100 |

Through January 2, 2023: Phoenix, AZ
Remembering the Future: 100 Years of Inspiring Art at the Heard Museum, 2301 N. Central Avenue | (602) 252-8840 |

Through January 2023: Bar Harbor, ME
Stitching Ourselves Together: Mi’kmaq Porcupine Quillwork at the Abbe Museum, 26 Mount Desert Street | (207) 288-3519 |

Through January 29, 2023: Washington, DC
Preston Singletary: Raven and the Box of Daylight at the National Museum of the American Indian, 4th Street & Independence Avenue SW | (202) 633-1000 |

Through February 2023: Indianapolis, IN
Contemporary Native Art 101 at Eiteljorg Museum, 500 W. Washington Street | (317) 636-9378 |

Through March 12, 2023: Santa Fe, NM
Painted Reflections: Isomeric Design in Ancestral Puebloan Pottery at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, 710 Camino Lejo | (505) 476-1269 |

Through April 30, 2023: Hanover, NH
Unbroken: Native American Ceramics, Sculpture, and Design at the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, 6 E. Wheelock Street | (603) 646-2808 |

Through May 8, 2023: Denver, CO
Traitor, Survivor, Icon: The Legacy of La Malinche at Denver Art Museum, 100 W. 14th Avenue Parkway | (720) 865-5000 |

Through January 3, 2027: Salem, MA
Native American and American Art at the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM), 161 Essex Street | (978) 745-9500 | 

July 2022

July 1–August 13: Colorado Springs, CO
Steven Yazzie: ˆˆ(Resource) at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College, 30 W. Dale Street. Video installation | (719) 634-5581 |

July 1–October 30: Kleinberg, ON
Elisapee Ishulutaq: My World at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 10365 Islington Avenue. Solo exhibition for this Inuk draftsperson | +1 (905) 893-1121 |

July 2 & 3: Flagstaff, AZ
Heritage Festival 2022 at the Museum of Northern Arizona, 3101 N. Fort Valley Road, featuring Acoma, Apache, Havasupai, Hualapai, Navajo, Pai, Ute, Yavapai, and Zuni artists | (928) 774-5213 |

July 7, 2022–May 14, 2023: Phoenix, AZ
When Rez Dogs Howl: At by Thomas Breeze Marcus at the Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park, 4619 E Washington Street | (602) 495-0901 |

July 8 & 9: Catoosa, OK
Route 66 Native Arts Alliance Festival at 1801 N. Highway 66. Gala Fashion Show and Auction: Friday, July 8 at the Bella Donna Event Center, 2188 Highway 167. Festival: Saturday, July 9, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm | (918) 955-6628 |

July 8–10: Rapid City, SD
Native POP: People of the Plains and Native Film Showcase in Main Street Square, Saturday: 9:00 AM –8:00 PM |

July 12–August 27: Portland, OR
V. Maldonado at Froelick Gallery, 714 NW Davis Street. Solo exhibition for this Mestizo/Purépecha descent interdisciplinary artist | (503) 222-1142 |

July 13–16: Fairbanks, AK
61st annual World Eskimo-Indian Olympics at the Big Dipper Ice Arena, 1920 Lathrop Street | (907) 452-6646 |

July 16: Oklahoma City, OK
Matriarch Art Market at First Americans Museum, 659 First Americans Boulevard. Native American women artists and makers. 10:00 am–4:00 pm | (405) 594-2100 |

July 16 & 17: Newburyport, MA
Cultural Survival Bazaar at Market Square and Inn Street, 10:00 am–6:00 pm, free admission | (617) 441-5400 x15 |

July 16–September 29: Toronto, ON
Naak Silavit Qeqqaa? at the Art Gallery of Toronto, 317 Dundas Street. Solo exhibition for ​​Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory (Kalaalleq) | +1 (877) 225-4246 |

July TBA–October TBA, Saskatoon, SK
Biting Back: Our Cultural Resilience at Wanuskewin Heritage Park, RR#4 Penner Road. Solo exhibition of birchbark biting by Pat Bruderer (Métis) | +1 (306) 931-6767 |

July 23 & 24: Tiverton, RI
Cultural Survival Bazaar at Tiverton Four Corners Arts Center, 3852 Main Road, free admission | (617) 441-5400 x15 |

July 23–December 31: Calera, OK
Chiefs, Clans & Kin: Art of the Five Civilized Tribes at the Choctaw Cultural Center, 1919 Hina Hanta Way. Curated by Laura Marshall Clark (Muscogee). Opening coincides with the center’s first anniversary celebrations: Saturday, July 23, 10:00 am–5:00 pm | | (833) 708-9582 |

July 29, 2022–January 15, 2023: Santa Fe, NM
Matrilineal: Legacies of Our Mothers at the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, 108 Cathedral Place. Exhibition of three generations of the Fife family (Muscogee), curated by Laura Marshall Clark (Muscogee). Reception: Friday, August 19 |

July 30, 2022–January 15, 2023: Albuquerque, NM
Between Two Worlds: The Photography of Lee Marmon at the Albuquerque Museum, 2000 Mountain Road NW. Solo exhibition for this Laguna photographer | (505) 243-7255 |

July 31, 2022–May 28, 2023: Santa Fe, NM
Grounded in Clay: The Spirit of Pueblo Pottery, a collaborative exhibition co-produced by the School for Advanced Research and the Vilcek Foundation, hosted by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, 710 Camino Lejo | (505) 954-7200|

August 2022

August 4–15: Gallup, NM
100th annual Gallup Inter-tribal Indian Ceremonial in Red Rock Park, 825 Outlaw Road, and other locations | (505) 863-3896 |

August 5 & 6: Norman, OK
9th annual Central Oklahoma Native American Art Sale at the Cleveland County Fairgrounds, 615 E. Robinson Street. Dealers and artists. Organized by Sally Gettys of the OKC Indian Art Club. 9:00 am–5:00 pm. Free admission | (405) 321-8961 |

August 6: Tacoma, WA
In the Spirit Northwest Native Festival at the Washington State Historical Society, 1911 Pacific Avenue, 10:00 am–5:00 PM | (253) 272-9747 |

August 7, 2022–August 2023
Honoring Tradition and Innovation: 100 Years of Santa Fe’s Indian Market 1922–2022 at the New Mexico History Museum, 113 Lincoln Avenue | (505) 476-5200 |

August 11–14: Santa Fe, NM
Objects of Art & American Indian/Tribal Santa Fe at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, 555 Camino de la Familia. Opening benefit: Thursday, August 11. Run-of-show: August 12–14. Virtual show: August 11–31 |

August 12–14: Green Bay, WI
Woodland Indian Art Show & Market at the Radisson Hotel and Conference Center, 2040 Airport Drive | (920) 355-2244 |

August 12–14: Panama City, Panama
10th annual Festival de Arte Dule at art exhibits, concerts, dance, forum, workshops, and film festival at various locations | | Facebook/FestivalArteDule

August 12–15: Santa Fe, NM
Whitehawk Antique Indian & Ethnographic Art Show at the Santa Fe Convention Center, 201 W. Marcy Street | (505) 988-9544 |

August 12–September 10: Tahlequah, OK
27th annual Cherokee Homecoming Art Show at Cherokee Springs Plaza, 3377 Cherokee Springs Road. Annual juried art show open to members of the three Cherokee tribes | (918) 439-6546 |

August 18–21: Santa Fe, NM
Art Indigenous at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, 555 Camino de la Familia. Hosted by SWAIA and Objects of Arts |

August 18: Santa Fe, NM
Giving Growth at the Ralph T. Coe Center for the Arts, 1590 B Pacheco Street. Community-driven project with Eliza Naranjo Morse (Santa Clara Pueblo) and Jamison Chas Banks (Seneca-Cayuga/Cherokee). 5:30–7:30 pm, free | (505) 983-6372 |

August 18–22: Santa Fe, NM
Annual Celebration of Native American Art at Blue Rain Gallery, 544 S. Guadalupe Street. Group exhibition with Jody Naranjo (Santa Clara Pueblo), Dan Friday (Lummi), Lisa Holt (Cochiti), Harlan Reano (Kewa), and more. Reception: August 18, Thursday, 5:00–8:00 pm | (505) 954-9902 |

August 19, 2022–January 8, 2023
Art of Indigenous Fashion at the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, 108 Cathedral Place, Curated by Amber-Dawn Bear Robe (Siksika) | (505) 428-5912 |

August 20 & 21: Santa Fe, NM
100th annual SWAIA Santa Fe Indian Market in downtown Santa Fe | (505) 983-5220 |

August 26, 2022–January 8, 2023: Appleton, WI
Reclaiming Identity at the Trout Museum, 111 W. College Avenue. Group exhibition exploring the ramifications of blood quantum, curated by Dakota Mace (Diné) | (920) 733-4089 |

September 2022

Early September: Kewa Pueblo, NM—tentative
Kewa Pueblo Annual Arts & Crafts Market at Kewa Pueblo, I-24, 33 miles north of Albuquerque, exit 259, north 4 miles on NM 22, west 1 mile on the local road. Look for signs. More than 300 artists, plus food, fresh produce, and dances

September 3 & 4: Lawrence, KS
Haskell Indian Art Market on the Haskell Indian Nations University Campus, 155 Indian Avenue at Massachusetts Street. Saturday: 10:00 am–6:00 pm, Sunday: 10:00 AM –5:00 PM | (785) 749-8467 |

September 17 & 18: Prescott, AZ
24th annual Prescott Indian Art Market at the Sharlot Hall Museum, 415 W. Gurley Street | (928) 445-3122 |

September 17–December 17, 2022: Salem, OR
A Legacy of Renewal: The George and Colleen Hoyt Collection of Pacific Northwest Art at the Hallie Ford Museum of Art, 700 State Street | (503) 370-6855 |

September 23–25: Sioux Falls, SD
Northern Plains Indian Art Market (NPIAM) featuring artists from the Northern Plains of Canada and the United States. Best of show art preview and reception: Friday at the Old Courthouse Museum, 200 W. 6th Street. Saturday & Sunday market: Hilton Garden Inn–Downtown, 201 E. 8th Street, 10:00 AM –4:00 PM | (605) 856-8193 |

September 24: Gallup, NM
Fall Friends of Hubbell Native American Arts Auction at Gallup Community Service Center, 410 Bataan Veterans Street. 9:00 am–5:00 pm

October 2022

October 5–8: Tuscaloosa, AL
33rd annual Moundville Native American Festival at Moundville Archaeological Park | (205) 371-8732 |

October 7–9: Catoosa, OK
17th annual Cherokee Art Market at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Tulsa, Sequoyah Convention Center, 777 W. Cherokee Avenue. Awards ceremony: Friday, October 7, evening |

October 8 & 9: Salt Lake City, UT
Indian Art Market at the Natural History Museum of Utah, Rio Tinto Center, 301 Wakara Way, 10:00 AM –5:00 PM | (801) 581-6927 |

October 20, 2022–January 7, 2023: Warm Springs, OR
Warm Springs 29th Annual Tribal Member Adult and Youth Exhibit at the Museum at Warm Springs, 2189 US Hwy. 26 | (541) 553-3331 |

October 22, 2022–January 22, 2023: Fort Worth, TX
Speaking with Light: Contemporary Indigenous Photography at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art, 3501 Camp Bowie Boulevard | (817) 738-1933 |

October 25–27, 2022: Temecula, CA
International Conference of Indigenous Archives, Libraries, and Museums at the Pechanga Resort, 45000 Pechanga Parkway |

November 2022

November 5: Claremore, OK
Native American Art Show at the Claremore Museum of History, 121 N. Weenonah Avenue | (918) 923-6490 |

November 5, 2022–April 16, 2023: Seattle, WA
Body Language: Reawakening Cultural Tattooing of the Northwest at the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture, UW Campus, 17th Avenue NE and NE 45th Street. Co-curated by Dion Kaszas (Nlaka’pamux) | (206) 543-5590 |

November 5, 2022–May 14, 2023: Portland, OR
Dakota Modern: The Art of Oscar Howe at the Portland Art Museum, 1219 SW Park Avenue. Curated by Kathleen Ash-Milby (Navajo) | (503) 226-2811 |

November 10, 2022–March 13, 2023: Montreal, QC
Museum Born of the Cold: Inuit Art, Dance, and Song at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, 1380 Sherbrooke Street West | +1 (514) 285-2000 |

November 11–13: Virtual
Ezhishin conference, and workshops about Indigenous typography hosted by the Type Directors Club | 

Mid-November: San Antonio, TX—tentative
Yanaguana Indian Arts Market at the Briscoe Western Art Museum, 210 W. Market St | (210) 299-4499 | email |

November 20 & 21: Seattle, WA—tentative
United Indians Native Art Market at Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center in Discovery Park, 5011 Bernie Whitebear Way, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM | (208) 285-4425 |

December 2022

Early December: Rapid City, SD—tentative
Black Hills Indian Artist Market at the Dahl Fine Arts Center, 713 7th Street, 10:00 am–4:30 pm. Free admission, music, dancing, and Indigenous food | (605) 394-4101 | Facebook

Early December: Lancaster, SC—tentative
Native American Studies Center Winter Art & Craft Sale at the University of South Carolina, Lancaster, Center’s Galleries, 119 S. Main Street, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM | (303) 313-7172 |

December 3 & 4: Washington, DC and New York, NY
NMAI Native Art Market at the National Museum of the American Indian, 4th Street and Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC, and National Museum of the American Indian George Gustav Heye Center, 1 Bowling Green, New York, NY, 10:00 AM – 5:30 PM |

Early December: New York, NY—tentative
NMAI Native Art Market at the National Museum of the American Indian George Gustav Heye Center, 1 Bowling Green, New York, NY |

Mid-December: Seattle, WA
United Indians Native Art Market at Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center in Discovery Park, 5011 Bernie Whitebear Way, 10:00 AM –6:00 PM | (208) 285-4425 |

Mid-December: Santa Fe, NM—tentative
IAIA Annual Holiday Market at the Balzer Gallery and painting studio, IAIA Campus, 83 Avan Nu Po Road | (505) 424-5704 |

January 2023

Mid-January 14–16: Colorado Springs, CO
41st Annual Colorado Indian Market at the Colorado Springs Event Center, 3960 Palmer Park Boulevard | (505) 273-7363 |

Late January: Cave Creek, AZ
Cave Creek Indian Market at Stagecoach Village, 7100 E. Cave Creek Road, 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM hosted by Vermillion Promotions | (623) 734-6526 |

February 2023

Early February: Scottsdale, AZ
Arizona Indian Festival in Historic Old Town Scottsdale, First and Brown Streets |

March 2023

Heard Fair

Heard Fair, Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona

Early March: Anchorage, AK
Charlotte Jensen Native Arts Market at the Dimond Center, 800 E. Dimond Boulevard, featuring more than 150 Alaska Native artists, Wednesday–Saturday: 10:00 am–6:00 pm, Sunday: 12:00 pm–5:00 PM |

March 3–5: Phoenix, AZ—Virtual
65th annual Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair and Market at the Heard Museum, 2301 N. Central Avenue. Best of Show Reception and Dinner Friday, March 3. Fair: Saturday and Sunday, March 4 & 5 | (602) 252-8840 |

Mid-March: El Prado, NM
Taos Pueblo Art Winter Show at the Millicent Rogers Museum, 1504 Millicent Rogers Road | (575) 758-2462 |

April 2023

Late April: Tulsa, OK
2nd annual Mvskoke Art Market at River Spirit Casino, 8320 Riverside Parkway. Award reception: Friday, April 22, 6:30 pm | (918) 549-2434 |

Late April: Collinsville, IL—tentative
Cahokia Mounds Indian Market Days at Gateway Center, 1 Gateway Drive. More than 40 Native American artists. Friday, 11:00 am–5:00 pm. Saturday and Sunday, 9:00 am–5:00 pm | (618) 346-5160 |

Late April 30: Albuquerque, NM—tentative
Spring Arts Market at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, 2401 12th Street NW. Featuring 45 artists selling their work, demos, and more | (505) 843-7270 |

May 2023

Early May: Gallup, NM—tentative
Spring Friends of Hubbell Auction at the Gallup Community Service Center, 410 Bataan Veterans Street. Navajo weaving auction: 9:00 am–6:00 pm |

May 21, 2023–April 7, 2024: Santa Fe, NM
To Keep Them Warm: The Alaska Native Parka at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, 710 Camino Lejo | (505) 476-1269 |

Mid-May: Ivins, UT—tentaive
Festival of the Americas at Kayenta Art Village and Center for the Arts at Kayenta, 861 Coyote Gulch Court. 40 artists | (435) 674-2787 |

Mid-May: Bernalillo, NM
Bernalillo Indian Arts Festival at Loretto Park, 237 S. Camino del Pueblo. 9:00 am–5:00 pm. 200 juried artists | (505) 867-9667 |

Late May: Brantford, ON—tentative
Indigenous Art (formerly called the First Nations Art Exhibition), juried art show, at the Woodland Cultural Centre, 184 Mohawk Street | +1 (519) 759-2650 |

Late May: Santa Fe, NM
Native Treasures Art Market, hosted by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center, 201 W. Marcy Street | (505) 982-2282 |

June 2023

Early June: Morrison, CO
22nd annual Tesoro Indian Market at the Tesoro Cultural Center, The Fort, 19192 CO-8. 10:00 am–4:00 pm, $10 adult admission, children 12 and under: free | (303) 839-1671 |

Mid-June: Berkeley, CA—tentative
4th annual California Indian Arts & Culture Festival at Ohlone Park, between Mc Gee and Grant Streets, 10:30 am – 5:00 pm |

Mid-June: Los Angeles, CA—tentative
32nd annual Autry American Indian Arts Marketplace, hosted by the Autry National Center, at the Autry in Griffith Park, 4730 Crystal Springs Drive, with 200 artists |

Mid-June 17: Window Rock, AZ—tentative
27th annual Sheep Is Life Celebration at the Navajo Nation Museum, Arizona Highway 264 and Loop Road, 8:00 am–5:00 pm | (505) 406-7428 |

Mid-June: Crazy Horse, SD—tentative
Gift from Mother Earth Art Show, art market, at the Crazy Horse Memorial, 12151 Avenue of the Chiefs. Market starts each day at 8:00 am | (605) 673-4681 |

Mid-June: San Francisco, CA—tentative
Native Contemporary Arts Festival at the Esplanade, Yerba Buena Garden, Mission St. between 3rd & 4th Sts., 12:00 pm – 3 pm, this 24th annual festival showcases a diverse program of native music, dance, spoken word, visual artists, vendors and native crafts. Curated by Janeen Antoine (Sicangu Lakota)|(415) 543-1718 |

Late June: Whitehorse, YT—tentative
Fourth Arctic Arts Summit in various locations and online. Representatives of the eight Arctic countries and the Indigenous Nations of the Circumpolar region strengthen arts and culture in the North and develop circumpolar cooperation to stimulate collaboration in arts and creative industries |

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