Calendar

G. Peter Jemison

Works by G. Peter Jemison (Seneca), K Art Gallery, “Focus” at the Armory Show.

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.

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May 2024

May TBA–August TBA: Nuuk, Greenland
Illoqarfik at the Nuuk Museum of Art, Kissarneqqortuunnguaq 5 | +299 32 77 33 | nuukkunstmuseum.com

May 16–September 8: Sherbrooke, QC
Creation Stories: Land/Medicines | Contemporary Native Art Biennial (BACA), 7th edition, at Musée des beaux arts de Sherbrooke, 241 Rue Dufferin. Opening reception: Thursday, May 23, 6:00 pm | +1 (819) 821-2115 | baca.ca

May 16–September 8: Montreal, QC
Creation Stories: Turtle Island | Contemporary Native Art Biennial (BACA), 7th edition, at La Guilde, 1356 Sherbrooke Street West. Opening reception: Thursday, May 16, 5:30–8:00 pm | +1 (514) 849-6091 | baca.ca

May 17–19: Minneapolis, MN
Mnisota Native Artists Alliance Native Art Market at the Northrup King Building Sculpture Garden, 1500 Jackson Street NE. Friday: 5:00–10:00 pm, Saturday: 12:00–8:00 pm Sunday: 12:00–5:00 pm | mninativeartists.org

May 17–August 24, 2024: Lincoln, NE
Recent Acquisitions 2024 at the Great Plains Art Museum, 1155 Q Street | (402) 472 – 3082 | unl.edu/plains/great-plains-art-museum

May 17–September 23, 2024: Asheville, NC
Shifting Perceptions at the Asheville Art Museum, 2 S. Pack Square. Guest curated by Katherine Ware | (828) 253 – 3227 | ashevilleart.org

May 18 & 19: Collinsville, IL
Cahokia Mounds Indian Market Days at the VFW Hall, Post 5691, 1234 Vandalia Street. More than 40 Native American artists. Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 am–8:00 pm | (618) 346-5160 | cahokiamounds.org

May 18 & 19: Mt. Horeb, WI
6th Annual Native Art Marketplace at the Driftless Historium, 100 S. 2nd St. An invitational Native art showcase celebrating the art and culture of Wisconsin’s First People. 10:00 am–4:00 pm | (608) 437-6486 | mthorebhistory.org/events

May 18 & 19: Tsaile, AZ—tentative
Native American Art Market at Diné College Main Campus, 1 Circle Drive | (877) 988-3463 | dinecollege.edu/native-american-art-market

May 18–July 7: Montreal, QC
Creation Stories: Spirit Heart Mind Body | Contemporary Native Art Biennial (BACA), 7th edition, at Maison de la culture Verdun, 5160 Bd LaSalle. | +1 (514) 872-4995 | baca.ca

May 18–August 25, 2024: Kalamazoo, MI
Clearly Indigenous: Native Visions Reimagined in Glass at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, 314 S. Park Street. Curated by Letitia Chambers | (269) 349-7775 | kiarts.org

May 18–September 14, 2024: Omaha, NE
Raven Halfmoon: Flags of Our Mothers at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, 724 SW 12th Street, Curated by Rachel Adams | (402) 341-7130 | bemiscenter.org

May 20–June 24: Saskatoon, SK
Apples & Train Tracks: Arnolda Dufour Bowes at the Wanuskewin Heritage Park, RR#4 Penner Road. Solo exhibition for this Métis artist | | +1 (306) 931-6767 | wanuskewin.com

May 24–September 1: Norfolk, VA
Early Days: Indigenous Art from the McMichael Canadian Art Collection at the Chrysler Museum of Art, One Memorial Place | (757) 664-6200 | chrysler.org

May 25 & 26: Santa Fe, NM
20th Annual Native Treasures at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center, 710 Camino Lejo. Hosted by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture | (505) 476-1269 | nmculture.org/nativetreasures

May 25, 2024–January 5, 2025: Rockland, ME
Mag-win’-teg-wak: A Legacy of Penobscot Basketry at​ the Farnsworth Museum, 16 Museum Street. Exhibition focused on Robert S. Anderson (Penobscot, 1929–2020). Guest-curated by Theresa Secord (Penobscot) and Sarah Sockbeson (Penobscot) with Gretchen F. Faulker | ​(207​) 596​-6457 | farnsworthmuseum.org

May 30–June 2: Toronto, ON
Indigenous Fashion Arts Festival at various locations throughout Toronto. Featuring more than 100 Indigenous artists and designers with runway shows, marketplace, panel discussions, hands-on workshops, and art exhibition | indigenousfashionarts.com

May 31–September 14: Plymouth, NH
Of Baskets and Borers: The Past, Present, and Future of Indigenous Basketry in the White Mountains​ at the Museum of the White Mountains, Plymouth State University, 34 Highland Street. Opening reception: Friday, May 31, 4:00–6:00 pm | (603) 535-3210 | plymouth.edu/mwm/exhibition


Continuing

Through May 16: Drummondville, QC
Creation Stories: Stories of Place | Contemporary Native Art Biennial (BACA), 7th edition, at Art actuel Drummondville, 175 Rue Ringuet. Curated by Lori Beavis (Mississauga), Emma Hassencahl-Perley (Wolastoqiyik), Jake Kimble (Deninu Kųę́), and Teresa Vander Meer-Chassé (Upper Tanana) | +1 (819) 477-5518 | baca.ca

Through May 17: Clairmont, WY
Celebrating Complexities at Ucross Art Gallery, 30 Big Red Lame. Curated by Brenda Mallory (Cherokee Nation) | (307) 737-2291 | ucrossfoundation.org

Through May 19: Ontario, CA
Conduit at the Ontario Museum of History and Art, 225 Euclid Avenue. Group exhibition exploring water featuring Gerald Clark (Cahuilla Band) and Lorene Sisquoc (Fort Sill Apache/Mountain Cahuilla) | (909) 395-2510 | ontariomuseum.org

Through May 21: Hamilton, NY
Imagining Indigeneity in a Global Future at the Colgate University, 13 Oak Drive. Opening reception: Thursday, February 9, 5:00 pm | (315) 228-7000 | colgate.edu

Through May 23: Incline Village, NV
Basket Memory with Melissa Melero-Moose at Tahoe Gallery, Prim Library, University of Nevada–Reno at Lake Tahoe, 999 Tahoe Boulevard | (775) 682-8640 | library.unr.edu/places/prim-library

Through May 24: Browning, MT
Plains Indian Horse Culture at the Museum of the Plains Indian, 19 Museum Loop | (406) 338-2230 | doi.gov/iacb/museum-plains-indian

Through May 25: Billings, MT
Away from Home: American Indian Boarding School Stories at the Western Heritage Center, 2822 Montana Avenue | (406) 256-6809 | ywhc.org

Through May 26: Scottsbluff, NE
A Celebration of Native American Art at the West Nebraska Arts Center, 106 E. 18th Street | (308) 632-2226 | thewnac.com

Through May 26: Little Rock, AR
Action/Abstraction Redefined: Modern Native Art, 1940s to 1970s, at the Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts, 501 E. Ninth Street. Organized by the Institute of American Indian Arts | (501) 372-4000 | arkmfa.org

Through May 26: Winnipeg, MB
ᓯᑯ ᕿᕐᓂᖅᓯᓯᒪᔪᖅ / Dark Ice at the Winnipeg Art Gallery–Qaumajuq, 300 Memorial Boulevard | +1 (204) 786-6641 | wag.ca

Through May 26: Minneapolis, MN
Arctic Highways: Unbounded Indigenous People at the American Swedish Institute Museum, 2600 Park Avenue. Group exhibition of Sámi and North American Indigenous artists, including Sonya Kelliher-Combs (Inupiaq/Athabascan), Maureen Gruben (Inuvialuk), and Meryl McMaster (Plains Cree) | (612) 871-4907 | asimn.org

Through May 26: Seattle, WA
Sky Hopinka: Subterranean Ceremonies at the Frye Art Museum, 704 Terry Avenue. Solo exhibition of photographs by this Ho-Chunk/Pechanga artist | (206) 622-9250 | fryemuseum.org

Through May 27: Minneapolis, MN
Reimagining Native/American Art at the Minneapolis Museum of Art, 2400 Third Avenue South | (888) 642-2787 | new.artsmia.org

Through June 1: London, UK
Ningiukulu Teevee: Stories from Kinngait at Canada House Gallery, Trafalgar Square. Presented by the Winnipeg Art Gallery-Qaumajuq | canadahouse.com

Through June 1: Vancouver, BC
a memory with you: of holding, of carrying together at grunt gallery, 350 E. 2nd Avenue. Solo exhibition for Maria Margaretta Cabana-Boucher (Michif) |+1 (604) 875-9516 | grunt.ca

Through June 2: Albany, NY
Each One Inspired: Indigenous Art Across the Homelands at the New York State Museum, 222 Madison Avenue | (518) 474-5877 | nysm.nysed.gov

Through June 2: Reno, NV
Speechless at the Nevada Museum of Art, 160 W. Liberty Street. Solo exhibition, part of Future Ancestral Technologies (FAT) by Cannupa Hanska Luger (Mandan/Hidatsa/Arikara/Lakota) | (775) 329-3333 | nevadaart.org

Through June 2: Quebec City, QC
Tarratuutiq | Taima : Réflexions artistiques et climatiques au Nunavik at the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, 179 Grande Allée O | +1 (418) 643-2150
mnbaq.org

Through June 4: New York, NY
Grounded in Clay: The Spirit of Pueblo Pottery at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
and Met Fifth Avenue, 1000 5th Avenue | (212) 535-7710 | metmuseum.org

Through June 6: Portland, OR
Matrilineal Memory at the Center for Native Arts and Cultures, 800 SE 10th Avenue. Solo exhibition for Mikaela Shafer (Hopi, Coyote clan), NACF LIFE artist. Opening reception: Friday, May 10, 5:00–8:00 pm. Community tour: Thursday, June 6, 6:00–8:00 pm | (503) 388-3443 | nativeartsandcultures.org

Through June 8: Oxford, OH
Minohsayaki ‘Painted Robes’: A Peewaalia and Myaamia Story of Reclamation at the Richard and Carole Cocks Art Museum, Miami University, 801 S. Patterson Avenue. Collaboration of painted robes by Miami and Peoria artists with non-Native scholars in the Reclaiming Stories project | (513) 529-2232 | miamioh.edu/cca/art-museum

Through June 9: Santa Fe, NM
Masterglass: The Collaborative Spirit of Tony Jojola at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, 704 Camino Lejo | (505) 982-4636 | wheelwright.org

Through June 10: Charlottesville, VA
Patricia Michaels: Bringing Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Relatives at the Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia, 155 Rugby Road | (434) 924-3592 | uvafralinartmuseum.virginia.edu

Through June 15: Los Angeles, CA
Reclaiming El Camino: Native Resistance in the Missions and Beyond at the Autry Museum, 4700 Western Heritage Way | (323) 667-2000 | theautry.org

Through June 15: New York, NY
Melissa Cody: Power Up at the Garth Greenan Gallery, 545 West 20th Street | (212) 929-1352 | garthgreenan.com

Through June 15: Santa Fe, NM
We’ve Been Gathering Places, IAIA MFA Studio Arts thesis exhibition, at form+concept, 435 S. Guadalupe Street. Reception: Friday, May 10, 5:00–7:00 | 435 S. Guadalupe Street | (505) 780-8312 | iaia.edu/event

Through June 16: NYC, NY
Weaving Abstraction in Ancient and Modern Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Avenue. Precontact Andean textiles with work by four non-Native modernist textile artists | (212) 570-3951 | metmuseum.org

Through June 16: Waltham, MA
Noé Martínez: The Body Remembers at the Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, 415 S. Street. Solo exhibition for this ceramic artist of Haustec descent | (781) 736-3434 | brandeis.edu/rose

Through June 22: Montreal, QC
Creation Stories | Contemporary Native Art Biennial (BACA), 7th edition, at Art Mûr, 5826 Rue St-Hubert. Curated by Lori Beavis (Mississauga), Emma Hassencahl-Perley (Wolastoqiyik), Jake Kimble (Deninu Kųę́), and Teresa Vander Meer-Chassé (Upper Tanana) | +1 (514) 933-0711 | baca.ca

Through June 23: Hudson, WI
Ganawenindizo: she takes care of herself at the Phipps Center for the Arts Galleries, 109 Locust Street. New works by Hillary Kempenich (Turtle Mountain Ojibwe). Reception: Friday, May 10, 6:30–8:30 pm | (715) 386-2305 | thephipps.org | Facebook

Through June 23: Albuquerque, NM
Reflective Presence: The Art of Jesse Littlebird and Jonathan Loretto at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, 2401 12th Street NW. Featuring work by Jesse Littlebird (Laguna/Kewa) and Jonathan Loretto (Walatowa/Kotyiti [Cochiti]) | (505) 843-7270 | indianpueblo.org

Through June 23: Pointe-Clarie, QC
Creation Stories: Roots and Revelations | Contemporary Native Art Biennial (BACA), 7th edition, at Stewart Hall Art Gallery, 176 Chem. du Bord-du-Lac-Lakeshore. Curated by Lori Beavis (Mississauga), Emma Hassencahl-Perley (Wolastoqiyik), Jake Kimble (Deninu Kųę́), and Teresa Vander Meer-Chassé (Upper Tanana). Opening reception: Saturday, May 4, 3:00–5:00 pm | +1 (514) 630-1220 | baca.ca

Through June 23: Claremont, CA
Continuity: Cahuilla Basket Weavers and their Legacies at the Benton Museum of Art, Pomona College, 120 W. Bonita Avenue. Curated by Meranda Roberts (Yerington Paiute/Chicana) | (909) 621-8283 | pomona.edu/museum

Through June 23: Walnut Creek, CA
Re-Discovering Native America: Stories in Motion at the Bedford Gallery at the Lesher Center for the Arts, 1601 Civic Drive. Photography in the Red Road Project by Danielle SeeWalker (Standing Rock Lakota) and Carlotta Cardana | (925) 943-7469 | bedfordgallery.org

Through June 25: Windsor, ON
Nii Ndahlohke / I Work at Art Windsor-Essex, 401 Riverside Drive West. The show explores the forced labour of students at Mount Elgin Industrial School (1851-1946) | +1 (519) 977-0013 | agw.ca

Through June 28: Cullowhee, NC
Spark of the Eagle Dancer: The Collecting Legacy of Lambert Wilson at the Bardo Arts Center, Western University Fine Art Museum, 199 Centennial Drive | (828) 277-ARTS | wcu.edu/bardo-arts-center

Through June 30: Oklahoma City, OK
Seeds of Tradition at Exhibit C Gallery, 1 E. Sheridan Avenue. Beadwork show with Andrea Day (Muscogee), Yonavea Hawkins (Caddo/Delaware/Kickapoo), Lynn Traylor (Navajo), and Valerie Kagan (Cherokee Nation). Opening reception: Saturday, March 9, 4:00–6:00 pm | (405) 767-8900 | Facebook | exhibitcgallery.com

Through July 1: Lincoln, ME
PLATFORM 32: Andrea Carlson, Last Out at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, 51 Sandy Pond Road. Solo exhibition for this painter of Grand Portage Ojibwe descent | (617) 542-7696 | thetrustees.org

Through July 5: Pojoaque, NM
Then & Now: Poeh Cultural Center at the Poeh Cultural Center, 78 Cities of Gold Road | (505) 455-5041 | poehcenter.org

Through July 7: Taos, NM
Raven Chacon: Three Songs at the Harwood Museum of Art, 238 Ledoux Street. Featuring three of Diné artist Raven Chacon’s projects that pay tribute to Indigenous women through sound, video, and visual work | (575) 758-9826 | harwoodmuseum.org

Through July 7: Indianapolis, IN
Developing Stories: Native Photographers in the Field at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, 500 West Washington Street. Featuring photography by Tailyr Irvine (Salish-Kootenai), Russel Albert Daniels (Diné descent/Ho-Chunk descent), and Donovan Quintero (Diné). (317) 636-9378 | eiteljorg.org

Through July 13: Los Angeles, CA
Diary of a Native Femme(nist) at the Chapter House, 1770 Glendale Boulevard. Solo exhibition for Kimberly Robertson (Mvskoke) | (213) 798-4108 | thechapterhouse.org

Through July 13: Minneapolis, MN
Frank Buffalo Hyde: AL·TER·NA·TIVE at All My Relations Arts, 1414 E. Franklin Avenue. Reception: Thursday, May 9, 6:00–8:00 pm. Artist talk: Friday, May 31, 5:00–7:00 pm | 612) 425-4684 | allmyrelationsarts.org

Through July 14: Scottsdale, AZ
Waking Dream: Works by Navajo Artist Melanie Yazzie at Western Spirit, Scottdale’s Museum of the West, 3830 N. Marshall Way | (480) 686-9539 | scottsdalemuseumwest.org

Through July 14: St. Louis, MO
Native American Art of the 20th Century: The William P. Healey Collection at the Saint Louis Art Museum, 1 Fine Arts Drive | (314) 721-0072 | slam.org/exhibitions

Through July 14: Santa Fe, NM
Inuk Silis Høegh: Arctic Vertigo at the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, 108 Cathedral Place. Solo exhibition for this Kalaaleq filmmaker and photographer | (505) 428-5912 | iaia.edu/mocna/mocna-exhibitions

Through July 16: Santa Fe, NM
Horizons: Weaving Between the Lines with Diné Textiles at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, 710 Camino Lejo. A group exhibition showcasing over 30 textiles from MIAC’s collection | (505) 476-1269 | indianartsandculture.org

Through July 19: Santa Fe, NM
Womb of the Earth: Cosmovision of the Rainforest at the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, 108 Cathedral Place. Work by Indigenous women artists from the Brazilian Amazon, curated Cristine Takuá (Maxakali) and artist/curator Anita Ekman, in consultation with Sandra Benites (Guarani Nhandewa) | (888) 922-4242 | iaia.edu/event

Through July 19: Oklahoma City, OK
Of Influence: Portraits of Cherokee People at the Red Earth Art Center, 100 N. Broadway Avenue #2750 | (405) 427-5228 | redearth.org

Through July 27: Buffalo, New York
Robyn Tsinnajinnie, A Shared Experience at K Art, 808 Main Street | (716) 216-2941 | thek.art

Through July 28: Phoenix, AZ
Maria & Modernism at the Heard Museum, 2301 N. Central Avenue. Works by San Ildefonso Pueblo artists Maria and Julian Martinez | (602) 252-8840 | heard.org

Through July 28: Waterville, ME
Painted: Our Bodies, Hearts, and Village at Colby College Museum of Art, 5600 Mayflower Hill. Curated by Juan Lucero (Isleta Pueblo) and Jill Ahlberg Yohe with Siera Hyte | (207) 859-5600 | museum-exhibitions.colby.edu

Through July 28: Raleigh, NC
To Take Shape and Meaning: Form and Design in Contemporary American Indian Art at the North Carolina Museum of Art, 2110 Blue Ridge Road. Works by more than 70 Indigenous artists, curated by Nancy Strickland Fields, PhD (Lumbee) | (919) 839-6262 | ncartmuseum.org

Through July 29: Pacific Palisades, CA
Picture Worlds: Greek, Maya, Moche Pottery at the Getty Villa Museum, 17985 Pacific Coast Highway | (310) 440-7300 | getty.edu

Through August 1: Indianapolis, IN
Why We Serve: Native Americans in the United States Armed Forces at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, 500 West Washington Street. Traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian Institution and National Museum of the American Indian. (317) 636-9378 | eiteljorg.org

Through August 2: Norman, OK
Collective Wisdom at the Jacobson House Native Art Center, 609 Chautauqua Avenue. Traveling group exhibition curated by Billy Hensley (Chickasaw). Opening reception: Friday, April 5, 6:00–9:00 pm | Facebook

Through August 4: St. Louis, MO
Delcy Morelos: Interwoven at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation, 3716 Washington Boulevard. Solo exhibition for this installation artist of Embera descent. Opening reception: Friday, March 8, 6:00–9:00 pm. Artist talk: Saturday, March 9, 1:00–2:00 pm | (314) 754-1850 | pulitzerarts.org

Through August 10: Duluth, MN
John Hitchcock: Blanket Song at the Tweed Museum of Art, University of Minnesota–Duluth, 1201 Ordean Court | (218) 726-8222 | tweed.d.umn.edu

Through August 11: New York, NY
Whitney Biennial: Even Better Than the Real Thing at the Whitney Museum of American Art, 99 Gansevoort Street | whitney.org

Through August 18: Montreal, QC
Presence of the Past at the McCord Stewart Museum, 690 rue Sherbrooke Ouest. Solo exhibition for MC Snow (Kanien’kehà:ka) with works from the collection in collaboration with the Contemporary Native Art Biennial (BACA), curated by Jonathan Lainey | +1 (514) 861-6701 | musee-mccord-stewart.ca

Through August 18: Lancaster, CA
This Valley is Sacred: The Ancestors are Speaking at the Lancaster Museum of Art and History, 665 W. Lancaster Boulevard. Curated by Bruce Love. Public event: Sunday, May 19, 2:00–4:00 pm | (661) 723-6250 | lancastermoah.org

Through August 30: West Sacramento, CA
My Friend, Harry Fonseca at the West Sacramento Community Center Historical Gallery, 1075 W. Capitol Avenue. From the collection of Louisa R. Vessel | (916) 374-1849 | cityofwestsacramento.org

Through September 1: Davis, CA
Reflecting Lenses: Twenty Years of Photography at the Gorman Museum of Native American Art, 181 Old Davis Road. More than two dozen Indigenous artists from North America, Aotearoa, and Australia | (530) 752-6567 | gormanmuseum.ucdavis.edu

Through September 1: Brookings, SD
Navigating Narratives: The Corps of Discovery in Titonwan Territory at the South Dakota Museum of Art, 1036 Medary Avenue. Curated by Craig Howe, PhD (Oglala Lakota), and organized by the Center for American Indian Research and Native Studies (CAIRNS) | (605) 688-5423 | sdstate.edu/south-dakota-art-museum

Through September 1: West Palm Beach, FL
Rose B. Simpson: Journeys of Clay at the Norton Museum of Art, 1450 S. Dixie Boulevard. Part of the Recognition of Art by Women (RAW) program, this exhibition also features work by Roxanne Swentzell, Rose Naranjo, and other relatives (all Santa Clara Pueblo) | (561) 832-5196 | norton.org

Through September 2: Queens, New York
Melissa Cody: Webbed Skies at MoMA PS1, 22 – 25 Jackson Avenue. Solo exhibition for Navajo weaver Melissa Cody | (718) 784-2086 | momaps1.org

Through September 7: Missoula, MT
We Stand With You: Contemporary Artists Honor the Families of The Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relative Crisis at the Missoula Art Museum, 335 N. Pattee Street. Guest curated by Rachel Allen | (406) 728-0447 | missoulaartmuseum.org

Through September 8: Regina, SK
Audie Murray: To Make Smoke at the MacKenzie Art Gallery, 3475 Albert Street. Solo exhibition for this Cree/Métis artist curated by Tak Pham | +1 (306) 584-4250 | mackenzie.art

Through September 8: Phoenix, AZ
Harry Fonseca: Transformations at the Heard Museum, 2301 N. Central Avenue | (602) 252–8840 | heard.org

Through September 9: Minneapolis, MN
Inde Wiisagendam (My Heart Hurts) at All My Relations Gallery, 1414 E. Franklin Avenue. A solo exhibit by Laura Youngbird (Minnesota Chippewa, Grand Portage Band) | (612) 235-4970 | allmyrelationsarts.com

Through September 15: Denver, CO
Danielle SeeWalker: But We Have Something to Say at the History Colorado Center, 1200 Broadway | (303) 447-8679 | historycolorado.org

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

Through September 15: New Britain, CT
The Land Carries Our Ancestors: Contemporary Art by Native Americans at New Britain Museum of American Art, 56 Lexington Street. Curated by Jaune Quick-to-See Smith (Salish-Kootenai/Métis/Shoshone) | (860) 229-0257 | nbmaa.org

Through September 22: Tucson, AZ
Popol Vuh and the Maya Art of Storytelling at the Tucson Museum of Art, 140 N. Main Avenue. Group exhibition including works by Carlos Mérida (K’iche’ Maya descent, 1891–1984) | (520) 624-2333 | tucsonmuseumofart.org

Through September 24: Juneau, AK
Protection: Adaptation and Resistance at the Alaska State Museum, 395 Whittier Street | (907) 465-2901 | lam.alaska.gov/asm-events

Through September 27: Durano, CO
The Return of the Force at the Center of Southwest Studies, Fort Lewis College, 1000 Rim Drive. Group exhibition exploring the influence of Star Wars on Native American art. Curated by Duane Koyawena (Hopi) and Elizabeth Quinn MacMillan | swcenter.fortlewis.edu

Through September 30: Bentonville, AR
Space Makers: Indigenous Expression and a New American Art at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 600 Museum Way. Curated by Christopher T. Green | (479) 418-5700 | crystalbridges.org

Through September 29: Boise, ID
RYAN! Feddersen: Coyote Now at the Boise Art Museum, 670 Julia Davis Drive. Interactive installation by this Okanogan/Arrow Lakes conception artist | (208) 345-8330 | boiseartmuseum.org

Through Fall 2024: Salamanca, NY
Beadwork Exhibition at the Seneca-Iroquois National Museum, 82 W. Hetzel Street | (716) 945-1760 | senecamuseum.org

Through October 14: 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 | nature.ca

Through October 14: Boston, MA
Ancestors and Place: Indigenous North American Prints at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, 465 Huntington Avenue. Curated by Marina Tyquiengco (CHamoru) | (617) 267-9300 | mfa.org

Through October TBA: Bar Harbor, ME
Wabanaki Modern: The Artistic Legacy of the 1960s “Micmac Indian Craftsmen” at the Abbe Museum, 26 Mount Desert Street. Curated by Emma Hassencahl-Perley (Tobique Wolastoqiyik), and John Leroux | (207) 288-3519 | abbemuseum.org

Through October 27: Catskill, NY
Native Prospects: Indigeneity and Landscape at the Thomas Cole National Historical Site, 218 Spring Street. Curated by Scott Manning Stevens, PhD (Akwesasne Mohawk) | (518) 943-7465 | thomascole.org

Through November 10: St. Louis, MO
Jaune Quick-to-See Smith at the Saint Louis Art Museum, 1 Fine Arts Drive | (314) 721-0072 | slam.org

Hãhãwpuá Pavilion

Hãhãwpuá Pavilion, representing Brazil at the 2024 Venice Biennale.

Through November 24: Venice, Italy
La Biennale di Venezia

  • looking to the futurepast, we are treading forward at the Bolivian Pavilion, Giardini, C. Giazzo, 30122. Curated by the Ministry of Culture of the Plurinational State of Bolivia | labiennale.org
  • Ka’a Pûera: we are walking birds at the Brazilian Pavilion, Giardini, C. Giazzo, 30122. Curated by Arissana Pataxó (Pataxó), Denilson Baniwa (Baniwa), and Gustavo Caboco Wapichana (Wapichana) | labiennale.org
  • Cosmonación at the Chilean Pavilion, Magazzino no. 42, Marina Militare, Arsenale di Venezia, Fondamenta Case Nuove 2738/C. Featuring Valeria Montti Colque (Mapuche), curated by Andrea Pacheco González | labiennale.org
  • Inuuteq Storch at the Danish Pavilion, Giardini della Biennale, C. Giazzo, 30122. Storch is a Kalaaleq photographer and the first Kalaaleq to represent Denmark at the Biennale. Curated by Louise Wolthers | kunst.dk
  • Jeffrey Gibson: the space in which to place me at the U.S. Pavilion, Giardini della Biennale, C. Giazzo, 30122. Curated by Kathleen Ash-Milby (Navajo) | portlandartmuseum.org

Through November 30: Fogo Islands,
Wutanminu: Our Community at Fogo Islands Gallery, 210 Main Road. Solo exhibition by Nelson White (Mi’kmaq). Opening reception: Thursday, March 21, 5:00–7:00 pm | +1 (709) 658-3444 | fogoislandinn.ca/ourinn/art-gallery

Through November 30: Howes Cave, NY
Outside the Box at the Iroquois Museum, 324 Caverns Road. Group exhibition of Haudenosaunee artists working in diverse fields. Opening reception and artist talk with photographer Ian R. Maracle (Tuscarora), 1:00–4:00 pm: Saturday, May 4 | (518) 296-8949 | iroquoismuseum.org

Through November 30: Winnipeg, MB, Canada
Omalluq: Pictures from my Life at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Boulevard. Curated by Darlene Coward Wight | (204) 786 -6641 | wag.ca

Through November 2024: Atlanta, GA
This Land Calls Us Home: Indigenous Relationships with Southeastern Homelands at the Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Gates T12–T15 | umcmission.org/thisland

Through December 1: Rochester, NY
Wendy Red Star: Bi’nneete (No Water) at the Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, 500 University Ave | (585) 276-8900 | mag.rochester.edu

Through December 1: Baltimore, MD
Preoccupied: Indigenizing the Museum at the Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Art Museum Drive. Includes the concurrent exhibitions Enduring Buffalo, Finding Home, Illustration Agency, and Caroline Monnet | (443) 573-1700 | artbma.org

Through December 1: Baltimore, MD
Don’t wait for me, just tell me where you’re going at the Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Art Museum Drive. Experimental Indigenous films selected by Sky Hopinka (Ho-Chunk/Pechanga) | (443) 573-1700 | artbma.org

Through December 31: Wewoka, OK
Spirit of the Nations: Contemporary Native American Art from the Robert W. Trepp Collection at the Seminole Nation Museum, 524 S. Wewoka Avenue | (405) 257-5580 | seminolenationmuseum.org

Through December 31: Baltimore, MD
Dyani White Hawk at the Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Art Museum Drive | (443) 573-1700 | artbma.org

Through January 5: Phoenix, AZ
Art and Sole at the Heard Museum, 2301 N. Central Avenue. Featuring shoes painted, beaded, and styled by more than a dozen Native artists | (602) 252 – 8840 | heard.org

Marcus Amerman

“Pathfinder: 40 Years of Marcus Amerman” at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, February 10, 2024–January 11, 2025

Through January 11, 2025: Santa Fe, NM
Pathfinder: 40 Years of Marcus Amerman at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, 704 Camino Lejo | (505) 982-4636 | wheelwright.org

Through January 12, 2025: Bend, OR
Sensing Sasquatch at the High Desert Museum, 59800 US-97. Five artists explore Sasquatch’s past, present and future in the High Desert region through an Indigenous lens | (541) 382-4754 | highdesertmuseum.org

Through January 2025: West Bend, WI
Chris T Cornelius: ukwé·tase (newcomer/stranger) at the Museum of Wisconsin Art, 205 Veterans Avenue. Saturday, May 4: Gallery talk and educator open house | (262) 334-9638 | wisconsinart.org

Through January 30, 2025: Oklahoma City, OK
Into the Mirror at the Oklahoma History Center, ONEOK Gallery, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive. Curated by Leon Natker | (405) 522-0765 | okhistory.org

Through February 2, 2025: Phoenix, AZ
Heart of the Community: Baskets from the Basha Family Collection at the Heard Museum, 2301 N. Central Avenue | (602) 252-8840 | heard.org

Through February 28, 2025: Cherokee, NC
sov·er·eign·ty: Expressions in Sovereignty of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians at the Museum of the Cherokee People, 589 Tsali Boulevard. Curated by Dakota Brown (Eastern Band Cherokee) and Evan Mathis | (864) 230-7873 | motcp.org

Through April 2025: New York, NY
Grounded by Our Roots at the American Museum of Natural History, Northwest Coast Hall, 200 Central Park W. Curated by Aliya Boubard (Sagkeeng Ojibwe) | (212) 769-5100 | amnh.org

Through May 7, 2025: Brunswick, ME
Northern Nightmares: Monsters in Inuit Art at the Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum, Bowdoin College, 9500 College Station | (207) 725-3416 | bowdoin.edu/arctic-museum

Through June 1, 2025: Brunswick, ME
Collections and Recollections: Objects and the Stories They Tell at the Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum, 9500 College Station | (207) 725-3416 | bowdoin.edu

Through September 29, 2025: Santa Fe, NM
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 | iaia.edu/museum

Through December 1, 2025: Hanover, NH
Gather, Move, Resonate: Nick Cave & Jeffrey Gibson at the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, 6 E. Wheelock Street | (603) 646-2808 | hoodmuseum.dartmouth.edu

Through January 2026: Orlando, FL
Creating Tradition: Innovation and Change in American Indian Art at the American Heritage Gallery at EPCOT, 200 Epcot Center Drive. Developed by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture and National Museum of the American Indian | (407) 934-7639 | disneyworld.disney.go.com

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

Through April 5, 2026: Emory, GA
Nicholas Galanin: I Think it Goes Like This (Gold) at the Michael C. Carlos Museum, 571 South Kilgo Circle NE. Installation by Nicholas Galanin (Tlingit/Unangax̂) | (404) 727-4282 | carlos.emory.edu/exhibitions

Through July 2, 2028: Santa Fe, NM
Here, Now and Always at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, 710 Camino Lejo | (505) 476-1269 | indianartsandculture.org


June 2024

June 1 & 2: Morrison, CO—tentative
23rd Annual Tesoro Indian Market at the Tesoro Cultural Center, The Fort, 19192 CO-8. 10:00 am–4:00 pm, adult admission: $15, children 7–12: $10, 6 and under: free | (303) 839-1671 | tesoroculturalcenter.org

June 1–August 11: Pine Ridge, SD
56th Annual Red Cloud Indian Art Show at the Heritage Center at Maȟpíya Lúta | Red Cloud, 100 Mission Drive | (605) 867-8257 | redcloudart.show

June 1–August 25: Rochester, NY
Past Forward: Native American Art from Gilcrease Museum at the Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, 500 University Ave | (585) 276-8900 | mag.rochester.edu

June 1–September 14: Plymouth, NH
Of Baskets and Borers: The Past, Present, and Future of Indigenous Basketry in the White Mountains​ at the Museum of the White Mountains, Plymouth State University, 34 Highland Street. Curated by Carol Eckert | (603) 535-3210 | plymouth.edu/mwm/exhibition

June 1–January 20, 2026: Washington, DC
Unbound: Narrative Art of the Plains at the National Museum of the American Indian, 4th Street & Independence Avenue SW. Curated by Emil Her Many Horses (Oglala Lakota) | (202) 633-1000 | americanindian.si.edu

June 8 & 9: Los Angeles, CA
33rd Annual American Indian Arts Festival at the Autry Museum in Griffith Park, 4700 Western Heritage Way, with 200 artists | theautry.org

June 8–September 8: Saint-Hyacinthe, QC
Creation Stories: Supernatural | Contemporary Native Art Biennial (BACA), 7th edition, at EXPRESSION Centre d’exposition de Saint-Hyacinthe, 495 Av. Saint-Simon. Opening reception: Saturday, June 8, 1:00–5:00 pm | +1 (450) 773-4209 | baca.ca

June 10–28: Idyllwild-Pine Cove, CA
Native American Arts Workshops at Idyllwild Arts Native American Arts Center, 52500 Temecula Rd #38 | idyllwildarts.org/nativeamericanarts

June 14–16: 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 | crazyhorsememorial.org

June 14–22: Monona, WI
Harry Whitehorse International Wood Sculpture Festival at San Damiano Park on Holy Bay. Weeklong festival featuring eleven international wood carving, including Gene Delcourt (Odanak Abenaki descent), Eugene Alfred (Northern Tutchone/Tlingit), Linda Lou Metoxen (Diné), and Carlos Olivera Aguirre (Quechua) | harrywhitehorse.com

June 14–August 23: Nashua, NH
Echoes and Shifts at Positive Street Art, 48 Bridge Street #3F. Group exhibition co-curated by Margaret Jacobs (Akwesasne Mohawk) and Yasamin Safarzadeh in collaboration with Positive Street Art (PSA) | (603) 589-9003 | positivestreetart.org

June 15, 2024–September 1, 2029: Harvard, MA
Across Borders, Across Boundaries at the Fruitlands Museum, 102 Prospect Hill Road. Curated by Tess Lukey (Aquinnah Wampanoag). Opening reception: Wednesday, June 12, 6:00–8:30 pm with a performance by Firefly | thetrustees.org

June 16: San Francisco, CA
25th 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 | ybgfestival.org

June 16–August 11, 2024: Yuba City, CA
Away from Home: American Indian Boarding School Stories at the Sutter County Museum, 1333 Butte House Road | (530) 822-7141 | suttercountymuseum.org

June 18–23: Idyllwild-Pine Cove, CA
Native American Arts Festival Week at the Idyllwild Arts Foundation, 52500 Temecula Road #38 | (951) 659-2171 | idyllwildarts.org/nativeamericanarts

June 20–September 22, 2024: Windsor, ON, Canada
Love Languages at the Art Gallery of Windsor-Essex, 401 Riverside Drive West. Curated by Julie Rae Tucker | +1 (519) 977-0013 | artwindsoressex.ca

June 22 & 23: Flagstaff, AZ
Heritage Festival of Arts & Culture at the Museum of Northern Arizona, 3101 N Fort Valley Road. Celebrating Indigenous Nations of the Colorado Plateau | (928) 774-5213 | musnaz.org

June 22–24: Indianapolis, IN
32nd Annual Eiteljorg Indian Market and Festival at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, 500 W. Washington Street. Native American art from more than 50 tribes with music, dance, demonstrations, and food | (317) 636-9378 | eiteljorg.org

June 22–29: Harstad, Norway
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 | arcticartssummit.ca

June 22–September 1: St. Louis, MO
Art and Imagination in Spanish America, 1500–1800: Highlights from LACMA’s Collection at the St. Louis Art Museum, 1 Fine Arts Drive. Curated by Ilona Katzew | (314) 721-0072 | slam.org

June 24–September 1: Thunder Bay, ON
Piitwewetam: Making is Medicine at the Thunder Bay Art Gallery, 1080 Keewatin Street. Co-Curated by Jean and Leanna Marshall (both Oji-Cree), presents artwork by the Gustafson family: Shannon, Ryan, Justine, and Jade (all Whitesand Ojibwa) | +1 (807) 577 6427 | theag.ca/piitwewetam

June 26–30: Washington, DC
Smithsonian Folklife Festival “Indigenous Voices of the Americas: Celebrating the National Museum of the American Indian” at the National Mall | festival.si.edu

June 26–September 23: Warm Springs, OR
Saddle Up! Ranchers and Rodeo Life of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs at the Warm Springs Museum, 2189 US-26 | (541) 553-3331 | museum.warmsprings-nsn.gov

June 27–July 27: New York, NY
Fritz Scholder at Garth Greenan Gallery, 545 West 20th Street | (212) 929-1351 | garthgreenan.com

June 28–30: Banning, CA
33rd Annual California Indian Basketweavers’ Association Gathering at the Morongo Cultural Center, 13000 Malki Road | (530) 668-1332 | ciba.org

June 28–30: Rapid City, SD
12th Annual Native POP: People of the Plains at Main Street Square, 512 Main Street. Friday: Award receptions. Saturday & Sunday: art market, fashion, performance | (605) 394-4101 x212 | nativeartsgathering.com

June 29: Albany, NY
The Mush Hole: Truth, Acknowledgement, Resilience Dance Performance at the University of Albany Performing Arts Center, 1400 Washington Avenue. Kawa:hi Dance Theatre, hosted by the Iroquois Museum. Free | (518) 296-8949 | iroquoismuseum.org


July 2024

July 2–August 18: Idabel, OK
Panama, 1000–2000 at the Museum of the Red River, 812 E. Lincoln Road | (580) 286-3616 | museumoftheredriver.org

July 2–TBA: Los Angeles, CA
ReVOlt 1680/2180: Sirens & Sikas at the Autry Museum of the American West, 4700 Western Heritage Way. Visual retelling of the Pueblo Revolt by Virgil Ortiz (Cochiti) | (323) 667-2000 | theautry.org

July 2–TBA: Los Angeles, CA
Stirs Up the Dust at the Autry Museum of the American West, 4700 Western Heritage Way. Solo exhibition for Wendy Red Star (Apsáalooke) | (323) 667-2000 | theautry.org

July 3–7: Washington, DC
Smithsonian Folklife Festival “Indigenous Voices of the Americas: Celebrating the National Museum of the American Indian” at the National Mall | festival.si.edu

July 5–August 30: Saskatoon, SK
Piitwewetam: Making is Medicine at the Wanuskewin Heritage Park, RR#4 Penner Road. Exhibition by this Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug Oji-Cree family honoring their late relative | +1 (306) 931-6767 | wanuskewin.com

July 5–TBA: Winnipeg, MB
Winyan: Lita Fontaine at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Boulevard. Survey of work by this Dakota/Ojibway artist. Curated by Marie-Anne Redhead (Fox Lake Cree) | +1 (204) 786-6641 | wag.ca

July 6: Akwesasne, NY
Third Annual Akwesasne Art Market at Generations Park, 559 NY-37 | (518) 358-4238 | akwesasne.travel

July 13: Blue Mountain Lake, NY
Celebrate Akwesasne Artists at Adirondack Experience, The Museum on Blue Mountain Lake, 9097 State Route 30 | (518) 352-7311 | theadkx.org

July 12–14: Bar Harbor, ME
Dawnland Festival of Arts and Ideas at the Abbe Museum, 26 Mount Desert Street | (207) 288-3519 | abbemuseum.org

July 17–December 8: Baltimore, MD
Laura Ortman at the Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Art Museum Drive | (443) 573-1700 | artbma.org

July 17, 2024–January 19, 2025: Baltimore, MD
Nicholas Galanin at the Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Art Museum Drive | (443) 573-1700 | artbma.org

July 20: Oklahoma City, OK
Matriarch Art Market at First Americans Museum, 659 American Indian Boulevard. 10:00 am–4:00 pm. Free | email | matriarchok.com

July 20 & 21: Newburyport, MA
Cultural Survival Bazaar at Market Square at Inn Street. Free admission | (617) 441-5400 x15 | bazaar.culturalsurvival.org

July 20 & 21: Tiverton, RI
Cultural Survival Bazaar at Tiverton Four Corners Arts Center, 3852 Main Road. 10:00 am–6:00 pm. Free admission | (617) 441-5400 x15 | bazaar.culturalsurvival.org

July 20–September 29: Tacoma, WA
In the Spirit: Contemporary Native Arts at the Washington State Historical Society, 1911 Pacific Avenue. Curated by Gwen Whiting | (253) 272-9747 | tacomaartmuseum.org

July 26–September 27: Oklahoma City, OK
Zonly Looman at the Red Earth Art Center, 100 N. Broadway Avenue #2750. Solo exhibition for this painter of Chumash/Kumeyaay descent | (405) 427-5228 | redearth.org

July 27 & 28: Victor, NY
Indigenous Music & Arts Festival at the Seneca Art & Cultural Center, 7000 County Road 41 | (585) 398-6151 | ganondagan.org

July 27 & 28: Tahoma, CA
2024 Waší∙šiw ɁitdéɁ Festival at Meeks Bay Resort, 7841 Emerald Bay Road. The Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California’s annual Indigenous culture and art festival | (775) 265-8600 | washoetribe.us

July 27, 2024–TBA: Toronto, ON
Lucy Qinnuayuak at the Art Gallery of Ontario, 317 Dundas Street. Solo exhibition for Lucy Qinnuayuak (Inuk, 1915–1982) | +1 (877) 225-4246 | ago.ca

July 28–November 1: Los Angeles, CA
Sangre de Nopal/Blood of the Nopal: Tanya Aguiñiga and Porfirio Gutiérrez in Conversation at the Fowler Museum, UCLA, 308 Charles E. Young Drive West | (310) 825-4361 | fowler.ucla.edu


August 2024

August 2–11: Gallup, NM
102nd Annual Gallup Intertribal Indian Ceremonial at Red Rock Park, 825 Outlaw Road, and other locations | (505) 863-3896 | gallupceremonial.com

August 2 & 3: Norman, OK
11th 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. Indian tacos for sale by First American United Methodist Church. Free admission | (405) 321-8961 | okcindianart.wordpress.com

August 3 & 4: Santa Fe, NM
Fourth Annual Nakotah LaRance Memorial Youth Hoop Dance Championship at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, 710 Camino Lejo. 9:00 am–4:00 pm. Free | (505) 476-1269 | indianartsandculture.org

August 3–September 30: Brantford, ON
Indigenous Art 2024: 49th Annual Juried Exhibition at the Woodland Cultural Centre, 184 Mohawk Street | +1 (519) 759-2650 | woodlandculturalcentre.ca

August 4, 2024–January 5, 2025: Baltimore, MD
Dana Claxton at the Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Art Museum Drive | (443) 573-1700 | artbma.org

August 4, 2024–January 5, 2025: Austin, TX
Native America: In Translation at the Blanton Museum of Art, 200 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Curated by Wendy Red Star (Apsáalooke) | blantonmuseum.org

August 8–11: Santa Fe, NM
Objects of Art & American Indian/Tribal Santa Fe at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, 555 Camino de la Familia | objectsofartsantafe.com

August 9–11: Ignacio, CO
Pino Nuche Indigenous Art Market & Juried Show, hosted by the Southern Ute Cultural Center and Museum, at the Sky Ute Casino and Resort, 14324 Highway 172 North | (970) 563-9583 | southernutemuseum.org

August 9–12: Santa Fe, NM
Whitehawk Antique Indian & Ethnographic Art Show at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center, 201 W. Marcy Street. Preview opening: Friday, August 9 from 6:00 pm–9:00 pm ($125/person, includes run-of-show) | whitehawkshows.com

August 10: 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 | tacomaartmuseum.org

August 10–September 7: Tahlequah, OK
29th Annual Cherokee Homecoming Art Show at the Gallery at Cherokee Springs Plaza, 3377 Cherokee Springs Road | (877) 779-6977 | homecomingartshow.com

August 12–16: Baraboo, WI
24th Annual National Association of Tribal Historic Preservation Officers (NATHPO) Conference and Sacred Places Summit at the Ho-Chunk Gaming Resort Wisconsin Dells, S3214 County Hwy BD | (202) 628-8476 | nathpo.org

August 14–16: Santa Fe, NM
49th Annual Wheelwright Benefit Event at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, 704 Camino Lejo. Free admission. Sale of Native artwork and more to benefit the Wheelwright’s programming and exhibitions | (505) 982-4636 | wheelwright.org/benefit

August 15–18: Santa Fe, NM
Indigenous Art Fair Contemporary at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, 555 Camino de la Familia. Gala benefit: Thursday, August 15 | iafcontemporary.com

August TBA, 2024–January 2025: Lawrence, KS
Native Fashion at the Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, 1301 Mississippi Avenue | (785) 864-4710 | spencerart.ku.edu

August 16 & 17: Santa Fe, NM
4th Annual Case Trading Post Artists Market at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, 704 Camino Lejo. Friday: 8:00 am–4:00 pm, Saturday: 10:00 am–2:00 pm | (505) 982-4636 | wheelwright.org/artists-market

August 16–18: Santa Fe, NM
4th Annual Pathways Indigenous Arts Festival at Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino, 30 Buffalo Thunder Trail. Art market, fashion shows, food, films. Friday and Saturday: 9:00 am–5:00 pm, Sunday: 9:00 am–4:00 pm. Hosted by Poeh Cultural Center | (505) 455-5041 | poehcenter.org/pathways

August 16–18: Santa Fe, NM
Kim and Krystal Obrzut Gallery Show at La Fonda on the Plaza, Lobby, 100 E. San Francisco Street. A collection of more than 20 works, sharing a unique depiction of Hopi life and cultural glimpses of the Native woman in bronze | (623) 570-3398 | seyesnembronze.com

August 17 & 18: Santa Fe, NM
Free Indian Market Show at the Federal Park, 100 S. Federal Place. 8:00–5:00 pm | (505) 670-5918 | freeindianmarket.org

August 17 & 18: Santa Fe, NM
102nd Annual SWAIA Santa Fe Indian Market in downtown Santa Fe | (505) 983-5220 | swaia.org

August 24 & 25: Flagstaff, AZ
Hopi Arts and Cultural Festival at the Continental Country Club Driving Range, N. Country Club Drive and E. Old Walnut Canyon Road | (928) 522-8675 | hopifestival.com

August 24–January 19, 2025: St. Petersburg, FL
Icons and Symbols of the Borderland: Art From the US–Mexico Crossroads at the James Museum of Western and Wildlife Art, Curated by Diana Molina, 150 Central Ave | (727) 892-4200 | thejamesmuseum.org

August 30–September 1: Farmington, NM
35th Annual Totah Festival & Indian Market in downtown Farmington, NM | (505) 599-1174 | totahfestival.org

August 30–September 1: Tuskahoma, OK
Choctaw Nation Labor Day Festival at the Tuskahoma Capitol Grounds, Council House Road | (800) 522-6170 | laborday.choctawnation.com

August 31–September 1: Howes Cave, NY
41st Annual Iroquois Arts Festival at the Iroquois Museum, 324 Caverns Road. Haudenosaunee visual artists and musicians | (518) 296-8949 | iroquoismuseum.org


September 2024

September 1–October 20, 2024: Greenville, SC
Away from Home: American Indian Boarding School Stories at the Upcountry History Museum | (864) 467-3100 | upcountryhistory.org

September 3–December 27: Duluth, MN
Dreaming Our Futures: Ojibwe and Očhéthi Šakówiŋ Artists and Knowledge Keepers at the Tweed Museum of Art, University of Minnesota–Duluth, 1201 Ordean Court. Curated by Howard Oransky, Katherine E. Nash Gallery | (218) 726-8222 | tweed.d.umn.edu

September 4: Gallup, NM
Friends of Hubbell Auction at the Gallup Community Service Center, 410 Bataan Veterans Street. Navajo weaving auction: 9:00 am–6:00 pm | friendsofhubbell.org

September 6–December 21: Lincoln, NE
Contemporary Indigeneity at the Great Plains Art Museum, 1155 Q Street. Fifth edition of this juried exhibition | (402) 472-6220 | unl.edu/plains/contemporary-indigeneity

September 7 & 8: 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 | haskell.edu/hiam

September 7, 2024–June 21, 2026: Los Angeles, CA
Future Imaginaries: Indigenous Art, Fashion, and Technology at the Autry Museum of the American West, 4700 Western Heritage Way. Co-curated by Suzanne Newman Fricke, Amy Scott, Kristen Dorsey (Chickasaw), and Amber-Dawn Bear Robe (Siksika) | (323) 667-2000 | theautry.org

September 13, 2024–January 5, 2025: Oklahoma City, OK
Imprisoned but Empowered: Cheyenne Warrior Artists from Fort Marion at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, 1700 NE 63rd Street. Curated by Eric Singleton and Gordon Yellowman (Southern Cheyenne) | (405) 478-2250 | nationalcowboymuseum.org

September 14: Aztec, NM
Indigenous Cultural Arts Festival at the Aztec Ruins National Monument, 725 Ruins Road | (505) 334-6174 | nps.gov/azru | Facebook

September 14 & 15: Macon, GA
Ocmulgee Indigenous Celebration at the Ocumlgee Mounds National Historical Park, 1207 Emery Highway. 10:00 am–5:00 pm | (478) 752-8257 | ocmulgeemounds.org

September 14–October 26, 2024: Montreal, QC
Sonny Assu at Art Mûr, 5826 Rue St-Hubert | +1 (514) 933-0711 | Reception: Saturday, September 14, 2024, 3:00–5:00 pm | artmur.com

September 14, 2024–January 27, 2025: Bentonville, AR
Knowing the West at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 600 Museum Way. Survey of historical Native and non-Native artwork, curated by Mindy Besaw, PhD, and Jami C. Powell, PhD (Osage) | (479) 418-5700 | crystalbridges.org

September 15, 2024–January 5, 2025: Los Angeles, CA
Sovereign at the Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Blvd. An installation by Cannupa Hanska Luger (Mandan/Hidatsa/Arikara/Lakota) as part of the exhibition Breath(e): Toward Climate and Social Justice, mounted in conjunction with PST ART, an initiative of Getty with arts institutions across Southern California | (310) 443-7000 | hammer.ucla.edu

September TDA–December TDA, 2024: Duluth, MN
Indigenous Painters of the Upper Midwest at the Tweed Museum of Art, University of Minnesota, Duluth, 1201 Ordean Court. Curated by Howard Oransky and Brenda Child (Red Lake Ojibwe) | (218) 726-8222 | tweed.d.umn.edu

September 20, 2024–August 24, 2025: Washington, DC
Sublime Light: Tapestry Art of DY Begay at the National Museum of the American Indian, 4th Street and Independence Avenue SW | americanindian.si.edu

September 21 & 22: Prescott, AZ
26th Annual Prescott Indian Art Market at the Sharlot Hall Museum, 415 W. Gurley Street. Saturday: 9:00 am–5:00 pm, Sunday: 9:00 am–4:00 pm | (928) 445-3122 | sharlothallmuseum.org/piam

September 22, 2024–September 2, 2025: Los Angeles, CA
We Live in Painting: The Nature of Color in Mesoamerican Art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire Boulevard | (323) 857-6000 | pst.art

September 28, 2024–January 5, 2025: Spokane, WA
Joe Feddersen: Earth, Water, Sky at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, 2316 W. 1st Avenue | (509) 456-3931 | northwestmuseum.org

September 28–February 2, 2025: Vancouver, BC, Canada
Shelley Niro: 500 Year Itch at the Vancouver Art Gallery. Retrospective for this Mohawk photographer and filmmaker. Curated by Melissa Bennett, Greg Hill (Mohawk), and David Penney | +1 (604) 662-4700 | vanartgallery.bc.ca


October 2024

October 3–5: Moundville, AL
Moundville Native American Festival at Moundville Archaeological Park, 634 Mound State Parkway | (205) 371-2234 | festival.museums.ua.edu

October 5 & 6: Tishomingo, OK
Southeastern Art Show and Market (SEASAM), hosted by the Chickasaw Nation, at the Chickasaw Nationa Capitol grounds, near 411 W. 9th Street | chickasaw.net

October 5–November 30: Howes Cave, NY
Unique & Individual: A Portrait of Autism by Mohawk Photographer Angel Horn at the Iroquois Museum, 324 Caverns Road. Photographic portraits of Mohawk children and young adults on the autism spectrum. Opening reception: Sunday, October, 6, 2:00 pm | (518) 296-8949 | iroquoismuseum.org

October: 11–13 Catoosa, OK
19th Annual Cherokee Art Market at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Tulsa, Sequoyah Convention Center, 777 W. Cherokee Avenue. Awards ceremony: Friday, October 11, evening. Market: Saturday and Sunday, October 12 & 13 | (877) 779-6977 | cherokeeartmarket.com

October 12 & 14: Salt Lake City, UT
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 | nhmu.utah.edu

October 27 & 28: Mendocino, CA
Native Arts Expo 8 at the Mendocino Art Center, 45200 Little Lake Street | (707) 937-5818 | mendocinoartcenter.org


November 2024

November 9: Tahlequah, OK
3rd Annual Skasdicon at the Chota Conference Center in the Cherokee Casino Tahlequah, 3307 Seven Clans Avenue. Indigenous comic convention hosted by the Cherokee Nation. Free | skasdicon.com

November 9: San Antonio, TX
Yanaguana Indian Arts Festival at the Briscoe Western Art Museum, 210 W. Market Street, 10:00 am–4:00 pm, free admission | (210) 299-4499 | briscoemuseum.org

November 10, 2024–January 7, 2025: Chandler, AZ
Away from Home: American Indian Boarding School Stories at the Chandler Museum, 00 S Chandler Village Drive | (480) 782-2717 | chandleraz.gov

November 12–14: Palm Springs, CA
International Conference of Indigenous Archives, Libraries, and Museums at the Renaissance Palm Springs Hotel, 888 Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs, CA 92262. Hosted by the Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museums (ATALM) | atalm.org

November 23, 2024–January 19, 2025: Palm Beach, FL
Past Forward: Native American Art from Gilcrease Museum at the Society of the Four Arts, 100 Four Arts Plaza | (561) 655-7227 | fourarts.org


January 2025

January 18–June 21, 2025: Hanover, NH
Cara Romero: Panûpünüwügai (Living Light) at the Hood Museum, Dartmouth, 6 East Wheelock Street | (603) 646–2808 | hoodmuseum.dartmouth.edu

January 24–July 1, 2025: Evanston, IL
Woven Being: Indigenous Art Histories of Chicagoland at the Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University, 40 Arts Circle Drive | (847) 491-4000 | blockmuseum.northwestern.edu


February 2025

February 13–16, 2025: Stuttgart, Germany
Indigen: Das Nordamerika Filmfestival at various locations | nordamerika-filmfestival.com


November 2025

November 7 & 8: Indianapolis, IN
NAASA Conference, hosted by the Native American Art Studies Association | naasa.org


Event Submission

To submit an Indigenous American art event, use the form below or send an email with the title, dates, venue name, address, participants, and your contact information. 

If your art event is a mix of Indigenous American and non-Native art, we include events with a majority of Indigenous American artists. We post art exhibitions, fairs, markets, symposia, and conferences but generally not programming (talks, workshops, etc.).

    Event listing

    Start Date YYYY-MM-DD
    (required)

    End Date YYYY-MM-DD
    (required)

    Venue/Institution

    Address

    City, State/Province

    Website

    Brief Description

    Contact Person (required)

    Contact Email (required)