Angela Babby

Angela Babby (Oglala Lakota) with her stained-glass portrait at the Northern Plains Indian Art Market, Sioux Falls, SD.

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

January 2023

FAAM No. 37 coover

FAAM No. 37 Launch party at FAAM office, Sunday, Jan. 29.

January 29: Norman, OK
FAAM No. 37 Launch Party at FAAM office, 1005 N. Flood Avenue, Suite 100. Sunday, 1:00–4:00 pm. Refreshments, drop-in collage workshop. Free and open to the public!

January 30–March 3: Big Rapids, MI
Discovering Tradition: Anishinaabe Art at Artworks’ Batdorff Gallery, 106 N. Michigan Avenue | (231) 796–2420 |

January 30–March 10: Naperville, IL
Debra Yepa-Pappan: Sustenance at the Schoenherr Gallery, Wentz Fine Arts Center, 171 E. Chicago Avenue | (630) 637-7469 |


Through February 5: Minneapolis, MN
Kablusiak: Qiniqtuaq at Bockley Gallery, 2123 W. 21st Street. Reception: Thursday, January 26, 5:30–7:30 pm | (612) 377-4669 |

Through February 11: Toronto, ON
Johnny Pootoogook: Nocturne at the Feheley Fine Arts, 65 George Street, Chalk pastels on black paper, night scenes from the far north. +1 (416) 323-1373 |

Through February 22: Fargo, ND
Waŋna niš niyepi: Continuity of Culture, Crow’s Shadow at the Plains Art Museum, 704 First Avenue North | (701) 551-6100 |

Through February 24: Anadarko, OK
A Narrative of Kiowa Life: Featuring Monroe Tsatoke at the Southern Plains Indian Museum, 801 E. Central Boulevard | (405) 247-6221 |

Through February 25: Tahlequah, OK
Collective Wisdom at Cherokee Springs Plaza, 3377 Cherokee Springs Road. Group exhibition hosted by the Southeastern Indian Artist Association |

Through February 25: New York, NY
Cannupa Hanska Luger: Hostile Territory at Garth Greenan Gallery, 545 West 20th Street | (212) 929-1351 |

Through February 25: Winnipeg, MB
Brennan Mckay: Da 4 Seasons at the Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Art Gallery, 203–290 McDermont Avenue | +1 (204) 942-2674 |

Through February 25: Berlin, Germany
Sky Hopinka: Sunflower Seige Engine at Tanya Leighton Gallery, Kurfürstenstraße 24/25, | +49 30 21972220 |

Through February 26: Portland, OR
Sara Siestreem: looking for the land///found the weather at Elizabeth Leach Gallery, 417 NW 9th Avenue | (503) 224-0521 |

Through February 26: Madison, WI
Wendy Red Star, Apsåalooke: Children of the Large-Beaked Bird at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, 227 State Street. Reception: Friday, December 9, 5:00–8:00 pm | (608) 257-0158 |

Through February 26: Portland, OR
Jeffrey Gibson: They Come from Fire at the Portland Art Museum, 1219 SW Park Avenue | (503) 266-2811 |

Through March 3: Big Rapids, MI
Discovering Traditions: Anishinaabe Art featuring Kelly Church, Gordon Henry, Stephanie Jackson, Jason Quigno, and the late Shirley Brauker at Artworks Batdorff Gallery, 106 N Michigan Avenue | (231) 796-2420 |

Through March 5: Phoenix, AZ
Elegant Vessels: A Century of Southwest Silver Boxes at the Heard Museum, 2301 N. Central Avenue. Curated by Robert Bauver | (602) 252-8840 |

Mary MorezThrough March 12: Santa Fe, NM
The Mary Morez Style: Transformations of Tradition at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, 704 Camino Lejo. Solo exhibition for this Navajo artist | (505) 982-4636 |

Through March 12: Indianapolis, IN
Contemporary Native Art 101 at Eiteljorg Museum, 500 W. Washington Street | (317) 636-9378 |

Through March 12: 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 March 12: New York City, NY
Developing Stories: Native Photographers in the Field at the National Museum of the American Indian George Gustav Heye Center. Featuring photo essays by Native photojournalists Donovan Quintero, Tailyr Irvine, and Russel Albert Daniels |

Through March 13: Montreal, QC
ᑐᓴᕐᓂᑐᑦ TUSARNITUT! Born of the Cold: Inuit Art, Dance, and Song at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, 1380 Sherbrooke Street West | +1 (514) 285-2000 |

Through March 15: Casper, WY
Grounded at the Nicolaysen Art Museum, 400 E. Collins Drive. Featuring 15 Indigenous artists of the Great Plains. Opening reception: Saturday, January 21, 5:30 pm | (307) 235-5247 |

Through March 19: Spokane, WA
Savages and Princesses: The Persistence of Native American Stereotypes at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, 2316 W. 1st Avenue. Curated by America Meredith (Cherokee Nation) | (509) 456-3931 |

Through March 27: Winnipeg, MB
Robert Houle: Red is Beautiful at Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG), 300 Memorial Boulevard. Retrospective for this Saulteaux painter | +1 (204) 786-6641 |

Through March 31: Anchorage, AK
Protection, Adaptation & Resistance at the Anchorage Museum, 625 C Street. Group exhibition of Alaska Native artists, curated by Asia Freeman | (907) 929-9200 |

Through March 31: Toronto, ON
Ningiukulu Teevee: Chronicles for the Curious at the Art Gallery of Ontario, 317 Dundas Street West. Solo exhibition of the Inuit artist and writer from Kinngait | +1 (416) 979-6688 |

Through April 2: Minneapolis, MN
Paintings from South America: The Thoma Collection (1600–1800) at the Minneapolis Institute of Art, 2400 3rd Avenue South | (612) 870-3000 |

Through April 2, 2023: New York, NY
Lives of the Gods: Divinity in Maya Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1005 5th Avenue | (212) 535-7710 |

Through April TBA: Saskatoon, SK
Enclosing Some Snapshots: The Photography of James Brady at the Wanuskewin Heritage Park, RR#4 Penner Road | +1 (306) 931-6767 |

Through 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 |

Through April 16, 2023: Houston, TX
Golden Worlds: The Portable Universe of Indigenous Colombia at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston | (713) 639-7300 |

Through April 30: Sonoma, CA
We Are Still Here: Pomo Artists and Our Cultural Landscape at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, 551 Broadway. Reception: Saturday, January 28, 6:00–7:30 pm, free for museum members, $10 for non-members. Artists include Silver Galleto (Southern Pomo), Bonnie Lockhart (Northern Pomo/Kai Poma), Meyo Marrufo (Eastern Pomo), Clint McKay (Dry Creek Pomo/Wappo/Wintun), Robin Meely (Southern Pomo), Kathleen Smith (Bodega Miwuk/Dry Creek Pomo), and Eric Wilder (Southwest Pomo) | (707) 939-7862 |

Through April 30: 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 1: Oklahoma City, OK
Art of the Northwest Coast at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd Street. Curated by Eric Singleton, PhD | (405) 478-2250 |

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

Through May 10, 2023: Dragoon, AZ
Transformation, Spirituality, and Humor at the Amerind, 2100 N. Amerind Road. Solo exhibition for Randy Kemp (Choctaw/Muscogee/Euchee). Virtual artist talk: Saturday, January 7, 11:00 am MST | (520) 586-3666 |

Through May 14: 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) 266-2811 |

Through May 14: Longmont. CO
Duality: Contemporary Works by Indigenous Artists at the Longmont Museum and Cultural Center, 400 Quail Road. Group exhibition curated by Gregg Deal (Pyramid Lake Paiute) | (303) 651-8374 |

Through May 14: 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 |

Through May TBA, 2023: Morgantown, WV
Indigenous Appalachia at the West Virginia University Downtown Campus Library, 1549 University Avenue | (304) 293-0355 |

Indigenous Appalachia

Through May 22: Saskatoon, SK
Storied Objects: Métis Art in Relation at Remai Modern, 102 Spadina Crescent E | +1 (306) 975-7610 |

Through May 22: Albuquerque, NM
Clay Line of the Red Willow People: A Showcase of Three Taos Pueblo Artists at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, 2401 12th Street NW | (505) 843-7270 |

Phil Buckheart (Absentee Shawnee/Choctaw), Bustle, mixed media sculpture, in “Dancing for the Earth, Dancing for the People: Powwow Regalia and Art of the Great Basin.”

Through May 26: Carson City, NV
Dancing for the Earth, Dancing for the People: Powwow Regalia and the Art of the Great Basin at Stewart Indian School Cultural Center and Museum, 1 Jacobsen Way | (775) 687-7608 |

Through May 28: Santa Fe, NM
Grounded in Clay: The Spirit of Pueblo Pottery at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, 710 Camino Lejo. Collaborative exhibition co-produced by the School for Advanced Research and the Vilcek Foundation | (505) 954-7200|

Through June 25: Toronto ON
Radical Remembrances: The Sculpture of David Ruben Piqtoukun at the Art Gallery of Ontario, 317 Dundas Street West. Solo exhibition that highlights the narrative vision of this Inuvialuk sculptor | +1 (416) 979-6688 |

Through August 2023: Santa Fe, NM
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 |

Through October 1: Bend, OR
Creations of the Spirit at the High Desert Museum, 59800 US Highway 97. New works by seven Indigenous Plateau artists | (541) 382-4754 |

Through October 14, 2024: Ottawa, ON
Our Land, Our Art at the Canadian Museum of Nature, 240 McLeod Street. Emerging Nunavik artists, organized by the Avataq Cultural Institute | +1 (800) 263-4433 |

Through December 4, 2023: Nevada City, NV
She Sang Me a Good Luck Song: The California Indian Photographs of Dugan Aguilar (Mountain Maidu/Pit River/Walker River Paiute) at the Powell House, 203 S Pine St | (530) 263-5156 |

Through September 1: Vancouver, BC
Spirit Journeys: Walking with Resilience, Wellbeing, and Respect at the Museum of Vancouver, 1100 Chestnut Street. Group exhibition of YVR Art Foundation 2021 Emerging and Mid-Career Artist Scholars | (604) 736-4431 |

Through September 15, 2024: San Francisco, CA
Nampeyo and the Sikyátki Revival at the de Young Legion of Honor, 100 34th Avenue | (888) 901 – 6645 |

Through May 26, 2024
The Stories We Carry at the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, 108 Cathedral Place. Survey of Indigenous jewelry, curated by Brian Fleetwood (Mvskoke) | (505) 983-1666 |

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

February 2023

Turquoise jewelry

“Ancient—Modern: Continuity and Innovation in Southwest Native Jewelry” at the Arizona State Museum, February 4–October 28, 2023

February 3–October 28: Tucson, AZ
Ancient—Modern: Continuity and Innovation in Southwest Native Jewelry at the Arizona State Museum, 1013 E University Boulevard | (520) 621-6302 |

February 3–April 16: New York, NY
The Yanomami Struggle at the Shed, 545 W. 30th Street. More than 80 drawings and paintings by Yanomami artists Sheranawe Hakihiiwe, Poraco Hiko, Joseca Mokahesi, Naki uxima / Orlando, André Taniki, Vital Warasi, and Ehuana Yaira, as well as 200 photographs by Claudia Anjujar (Swiss-American). Curated by Thyago Nogueria of the Instituto Moreira Salles | (646) 455-3494 |

February 3–April 23: Nashville, TN
Jeffrey Gibson: The Body Electric at the Frist Museum of Art, 919 Broadway | (615) 244-3340 |

February 4: New York, NY
Fresh Focus on Native American Photography at the National Museum of the American Indian George Gustav Heye Center, 1 Bowling Green. Talk with photojournalists Donovan Quintero (Navajo), Tailyr Irvine (Salish-Kootenai), and Russel Albert Daniels (Navajo descent/Ho-Chunk descent), 1:00–5:00 pm EST. Free but registration is required to attend in person at | Livestream |

February 4 & 5: Scottsdale, AZ
Arizona Indian Festival in Historic Old Town Scottsdale, First and Brown Streets |

February 4–May 14: St. Petersburg, FL
The Stories They Tell: Indigenous Art and the Photography of Edward S. Curtis at the James Museum of Western and Wildlife Art, 150 Central Avenue | (727) 892-4200 |

February 4–May 28: Kleinberg, ON
Meryl McMaster: Bloodline at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 10365 Islington Avenue | +1 (905) 893-1121 |

February 4–July 23: Albuquerque, NM
Indigenous Art, Culture, and Community: Works from the Ruth and Sidney Schultz Collection at the Albuquerque Museum, 2000 Mountain Road NW | (505) 243-7255 |

February 10–July 2: Santa Fe, NM
Rick Rivet: Journeys, Mounds and the Metaphysical at the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, 108 Cathedral Place | (505) 983-1666 |

February 11–May 28: Hamilton, ON
Radical Stitch at the Art Gallery of Hamilton, 123 King Street West, examining the contemporary and transformative context of beading through the aesthetic innovations of artists and the tactile beauty of beads | +1 (905) 527 – 6610 |

February 11, 2023–January 4, 2024: Santa Fe, NM
California Stars: Huivaniūs Pütsiv at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, 704 Camino Lejo | (505) 982-4636 |

February 17–July 9: New York, NY
Shaped by the Loom: Weaving Worlds in the American Southwest at Bard Graduate Center, 18 West 88th Street. Curated by Hadley Johnson in consultation with Lynda Teller Pete (Navajo) and Barbara Teller Ornelas (Navajo) | (212) 501-3023 | bgc/

February 19–May 21: Denver, CO
Speaking with Light: Contemporary Indigenous Photography at the Denver Art Museum, 100 w 14th Ave. Featuring works by more than 30 contemporary Indigenous photographers. | (720) 865-5000 |

February 21–September 10: Windsor, ON
Water Protectors at Art Windsor Essex, 401 Riverside Drive West, bringing together Indigenous artwork that explores water from Indigenous perspectives, inspired by and in honor of Grandmother Josephine Mandamin Biidaasige-ba | +1 (519) 977-0013 |

February 22–24: Washington, DC
Indigenous Peoples’ Engagement with Digital and Electronic Media at NYU Washington, campus, 1307 L Street NW |

February 24–26: San Francisco, CA, and Virtual
American Indian Art Show | San Francisco and the Tribal & Textile Art Show at the Fort Mason Festival Pavilion, 2 Marina Boulevard. Virtual show: February 18–28 |

February 24–June 25: Santa Fe, NM
Inherent Memory at the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, 108 Cathedral Place. Group exhibition of Indigenous California and Great Basin artists, curated by Melissa Melero-Moore (Northern Paiute/Modoc) | (505) 428-5912 |

February 24–June 25: Santa Fe, NM
2022–2023 IAIA BFA Exhibition at the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, 108 Cathedral Place | (505) 428-5912 |

March 2023

Heard Fair

Heard Fair, Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona

March 2–6: 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: 12:00–5:00 pm |

March 3–5: Phoenix, AZ
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 & Sunday, March 4 & 5 | (602) 252-8840 |

March 3–April 2: Santa Fe, NM
Terran Last Gun at Hecho a Mano, 129 W. Palace Avenue | (505) 455-6882 |

March 3–April 22: Tulsa, OK
Work of Sovereignty: 13 Counties at the Zarrow Center, 124 N. Boston Avenue. Group exhibition of Native artists creating work about the 13 Oklahoma counties named for tribal nations, hosted by the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities, in response to the attacks on the McGirt v. Oklahoma ruling and sustained attacks on the 1978 Indian Child Welfare Act. Hours: Wednesday to Saturday, 12:00–5:00 pm | (918) 631-4419 |

March 3 – July 2: Norfolk, VA
Raven and the Box of Daylight, a solo traveling exhibition by Tlingit glass artist Preston Singletary at the Chrysler Museum of Art, 1 Memorial Place | 757-664-6200 |

March 10–12: El Prado, NM
11th annual Taos Pueblo Art Winter Show at the Millicent Rogers Museum, 1504 Millicent Rogers Road | (575) 758-2462 |

March 10–12: Oklahoma City, OK
Indigipop X at the First Americans Museum, 659 First Americans Boulevard | (405) 594-2100 |

March 11–July 31: Bentonville, AR
Diego Rivera’s America at Crystal Bridges Art Museum, 600 Museum Way | (479) 418-5700 |

March 16–August TBA: Port Alberni, NC
George Clutesi: ḥašaḥʔap / ʷ ʔaapḥii ʷ / ʷ ʕc̓ik / ʷ ḥaaʔaksuqƛ ʷ / ʷ ʔiiḥmisʔap ʷ at the Alberni Valley Museum, 4255 Wallace Street | +1 (250) 723-1035 |

March 18–September 4: Sarasota, FL
Reclaiming Home: Contemporary Seminole Art at the Ringling Museum of Art, 4501 Bay Shore Road | (941) 359-5700 |

March 18–September 17: Montclair, NJ
Meryl McMaster: Chronologies at the Montclair Art Museum, 3 S. Mountain Avenue | (973) 746-5555 |

March 18–September 30: Fargo, ND
Gerald Cournoyer: Sending a Voice at the Plains Art Museum, 704 First Avenue North | (701) 551-6100 |

March 19: Fairfax, CA
1st annual Marin Powwow at the Fairfax Pavilion, Big Red Barn, 142 Bolinas Road. Hosted by Marin American Indian Alliance and sponsored by Marin Community Foundation | (415) 342-2049 |

March 31–April 2: Cleburne, TX
16th annual II Americans Celebration at the Chisholm Trail Outdoor Museum, 100 Chisholm Trail, hosted by the Indigenous Institute of the Americas | (214) 406-3432 |

April 2023

April 1, 2023–January 7, 2024: Winnipeg, MB
Inuit Sanaugangit: Three Centuries of Inuit Art at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Boulevard. Curated by Dr. Darlene Coward Wight and Jocelyn Piirainen (Inuk) | +1 (204) 786-6641 |

April 7–TBA: Phoenix, AZ
Brenda Mallory: The North Star Changes at the Heard Museum, 2301 N. Central Avenue| (602) 252-8840 |

April 7–TBA: Topeka, KS
Indigenize: A Native Perspective in a Mainstream World at 785 Arts, 112 SW 6th Avenue #305, Native American student show |

April 8, 2023–January 2024: Winnipeg, MB
Inuit Sanaugangit:
Three Centuries of Inuit Art
at Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Boulevard. Curated by Dr. Darlene Coward Wight and Jocelyn Piirainen (Inuk) | +1 (204) 786-6641 |

April 19–August TBA: New York, NY
Jaune Quick-To-See Smith: Memory Map at the Whitney Museum of American Art, 99 Gansevoort Street | (212) 570-3600 |

April 22: Sulphur, OK
Artesian Arts Festival in Artesian Plaza, West Muskogee Avenue, hosted by the Chickasaw Nation and open to all US federally recognized tribes. 10:00 am–8:00 pm | (580) 272-5520 |

April 22 & 23: 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

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

To Keep Them Warm

“To Keep Them Warm: The Alaska Native Parka” at the Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe. Photo: Addison Doty.

May 6–September 17: Toronto, ON
Music Born of the Cold: Inuit Art, Dance & Song at the Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queens Park. More than 100 sculptures, prints, drawings, and installations themed around music from the 1950s to the present | +1 (416) 586-8000 |

May 18–October 23: Oklahoma City, OK
Patterns of Knowing at Oklahoma Contemporary, 11 NW 11th Street, featuring Jordan Ann Craig (Northern Cheyenne), Benjamin Harjo Jr. (Absentee Shawnee/Seminole), and Jeri Redcorn (Caddo/Potawatomi) | (405) 951-0000 |

May 21, 2023–April 7, 2024: Santa Fe, NM
To Keep Them Warm: The Alaska Native Parka at the Museum of International Folk Art, 706 Camino Lejo | (505) 476-1269 |

May 19–21: Ivins, UT
Festival of the Americas at Kayenta Art Village and Center for the Arts at Kayenta, 861 Coyote Gulch Court. 40 artists | (435) 674-2787 |

May 6 & 7: 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 |

May 25–June 2: Washington, DC
Robert Houle: Red is Beautiful at the National Museum of the American Indian, 4th Street & Independence Avenue SW | (202) 633-1000 |

May 26, 2023–March 31, 2024: Washington, DC
Sharing Honors and Burdens: Renwick Invitational 2023 at the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, 1661 Pennsylvania Avenue NW. Joe Feddersen (Okanagan/Sinixt), Lily Hope (Tlingit), Ursala Hudson (Tlingit), Erica Lord (Athabascan/Iñupiaq), Geo Neptune (Passamaquoddy), and Maggie THompson (Fond Du Lac Ojibwe). Curated by Lara M. Evans (Cherokee Nation). |

May 27 & 28: 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 |

May 27, 2023–January 1, 2024: New York, NY
Shelley Niro: 500 Year Itch at the National Museum of the American Indian George Gustav Heye Center, One Bowling Green | (212) 514-3700 |

June 2023

June 3 & 4: 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: 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 |

June 12–July 1: Idyllwild, CA
Native American Arts Workshops and Festival Week at the Idyllwild Arts Foundation, 52500 Temecula Road #38 | (951) 659-2171 |

June 16–18: Crazy Horse, SD
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 |

June 24–September 3, 2023: St. Louis, MO Action/Abstraction Redefined: Modern Native Art, 1940s–1970s at the Saint Louis Art Museum, 1 Fine Arts Drive | (314) 721-0072 |

June 24–November 26: Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
Indian Theater at the Center for Indigenous Studies, Bard College, 30 Campus Road. Curated by Candace Hopkins (Carcross/Tagish), more than 100 works, including from Forge Project’s lending collection and new commissioned by Rebecca Belmore (Lac Seul Ojibwe) and Eric-Paul Riege (Diné) | (845) 758-7556 |

Mid-June: San Francisco, CA—tentative
24th annual Native Contemporary Arts Festival at the Esplanade, Yerba Buena Garden, Mission St. between 3rd & 4th Sts., 12:00–3:00 pm, diverse program of Native music, dance, spoken word, visual artists, and vendors. Organized 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 |

July 2023

Late July: Victor, NY—tentative
Indigenous Music & Arts Festival at the Seneca Art & Cultural Center, 7000 County Road 41. 10:00 am–5:00 pm, free | (585) 398-6151 |

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

Late July: Banning, CA—tentative
Summer Craft Fair at the Malki Museum, 11-795 Malki Road, Morongo Reservation. 11:00 am – 3:00 pm | (951) 849-7289 |

August 2023

Early August: Norman, OK
10th 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 |

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

Mid-August: Gallup, NM
101st annual Gallup Inter-tribal Indian Ceremonial in Red Rock Park, 825 Outlaw Road, and other locations | (505) 863-3896 |

August 19 & 20: Santa Fe, NM
101st annual SWAIA Santa Fe Indian Market in downtown Santa Fe | (505) 983-5220 |

August 26–December 2, 2023: Salem, OR
Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts Biennial at the Hallie Ford Museum of Art, 700 State Street | a selection of contemporary prints created by Native and non-Native artists | 503-370-6855 |

September 2023

Early September: Farmington, NM
34th Annual Totah Festival & Indian Market in downtown Farmington, NM | (505) 599-1174 |

Early September: 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 |

Mid-September: Ignacio, Colorado—tentative
Southern Ute Cultural Center and Museum 2023 Native Art Market at the Southern Ute Cultural Center and Museum, 503 Ouray Drive | (970) 563-9583 |

Mid-September: Sarasota, FL—tentative
Fourth annual Sarasota Native American Film Festival at the Sarasota Film Festival, 332 Cocoanut Avenue |

September TBA–October TBA: Tulsa, OK
Protection, Adaptation & Resistance at Tulsa Living Arts, 307 E. Reconciliation Way. Group exhibition of Alaska Native artists, curated by Asia Freeman | (918) 585-1234 |

October 2023

Early October: Catoosa, OK
18th annual Cherokee Art Market at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Tulsa, Sequoyah Convention Center, 777 W. Cherokee Avenue. Awards ceremony: Friday evening |

Early October: Salt Lake City, UT—tentative
Indigenous 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 24–26: Oklahoma City, OK
International Conference of Indigenous Archives, Libraries, and Museums at the Omni Oklahoma City Hotel, 100 Oklahoma City Boulevard |

November 2023

Early November: Clewiston, FL—tentative
American Indian Arts Celebration at the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum, 30290 Josie Billie Highway PMB 1003. Arts, dance, music, alligator wrestling. 9:00 am–5:00 pm |

Early November: Roseville, CA—tentative
All Nations Native Craft Fair at the Maidu Museum & Historic Site, 1970 Johnson Ranch Drive, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm | (916) 773-5400 |

Early November: Cherokee, NC—tentative
Kananesgi Art Market & Fashion Show at Harrah’s Cherokee Casino, 777 Casino Drive |

Early November: Lake Forest, IL—tentative
Native American Artisan and Craft Fair sponsored by the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian at the West Lake Forest Train Station, 911 Telegraph Road, 11:00 am – 4:00 pm both days | (847) 475-1030 |

November 11: San Antonio, TX
Yanaguana Indian Arts Festival at the Briscoe Western Art Museum, 210 W Market Street | (210) 299-4499 |

December 2023

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 | |

Early December: Victor, NY—tentative
Native American Winter Arts Festival and Hodinöhsö:ni’ Art Show at the Seneca Art & Cultural Center, 7000 County Road 41 | (585) 398-6151 |

Early December: Montrose, CO—tentative
Ute Indian Museum Holiday Arts and Crafts Festival at the Ute Indian Museum, 17253 Chipeta Road, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm |(970) 249-3098 |

Early December: Washington, DC—tentative
NMAI Native Art Market at the National Museum of the American Indian, 4th Street and Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC, 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, 10:00 am–5:30 pm |

Early December: Oklahoma City, OK—tentative
3rd annual Winter Holiday Art Market at First Americans Museum, 659 First Americans Boulevard, 11:00 am–4:00 pm | (405) 594-2100 |

Early December: Shakopee, MN—tentative
Waniyetu Art Market at Hoċokata Ti Cultural Center, 2300 Tiwahe Circle, 10:00 am–6:00 pm daily | (952) 233-9151 |

Early December: Olympia, WA—tentative
s’gʷi gʷi ʔ altxʷ: House of Welcome-Longhouse Holiday Native Art Fair at Evergreen at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW, 11:00 am–6:00 pm |

Mid-December: Santa Fe, NM—tentative
IAIA Annual Holiday Market at the IAIA Campus, 83 Avan Nu Po Road, Performing Arts and Fitness Center, 9:00 am–4:00 pm Free | (505) 428-1675 |

Mid-December: Norman, OK—tentative
28th annual Calendar Signing & Holiday Show at Tribes Gallery, 512 W. Main Street | (405) 329-4442 |

Mis-December: Phoenix, AZ—tentative
45th Annual Indian Market at Pueblo Grande Museum and Archeological Park, 4619 E Washington Street, 9:00 am–4:00 pm, $5 admission | (602) 495-0901 |

Mid-December: Tacoma, WA—tentative
Native Art Market at ALMA Tacoma, 1322 South Fawcett Avenue, 11:00 am – 4:00 pm | (253) 507-7289 |

Mid-December 11: Santa Rosa, CA—tentative
Native Holiday Art Fair, 5250 Aero Dr., 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm | (866) 904-3091 |

Mid-December: Ottawa, ON—tentative
Adàwàning: Indigenous Women’s Art Market, Elgin Street. Friday, December 16; 4:00 pm-9:30 pm & Saturday, December 17 from 10:00 am-3:30 pm |

Mid-December: Seattle, WA—tentative
United Indians Native Art Market at Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center in Discovery Park, 5011 Bernie Whitebear Way, 10:00 am –4:00 pm | (208) 285-4425 |

January 2023

Late January: Colorado Springs, CO
42nd annual Colorado Indian Market and Southwest Art Fair at the Colorado Convention Center, Mile High Ballroom, 700 14th Street | (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 |

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