The American Indian Arts Marketplace Returns to The Autry

The huge, weekend-long spectacular includes work from 200+ artists, traditional dances, delicious eats, and several other happenings.

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The annual American Indian Arts Marketplace returns to The Autry Museum of the American West over the second weekend of November 2019. Pictured: Photographer Zoe Urness
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The annual American Indian Arts Marketplace returns to The Autry Museum of the American West over the second weekend of November 2019. Pictured: Photographer Zoe Urness
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Over 200 artists will be showing during the 2019 event.
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Look for "...sculptures, pottery, beadwork, basketry, photography, paintings, jewelry, textiles, wooden carvings, mixed-media works, and more" for sale during the marketplace.
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Beautiful pieces will be on view and for sale. Pictured: "Standing Mothers" by Wakeah Jhane
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Cultural happenings will abound throughout the weekend. Two of the many events? "Visitors of all ages can learn to hoop dance with Terry Goedel, a world-champion hoop dancer raised on the Tulalip Indian Reservation, and create hands-on crafts with Jacque Tahuka Nunez, a tribal descendant of the Acjachemen Nation."
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Autry members will enjoy early entry on Saturday morning. Tickets for the general public? They're $15 per day for an adult, $10 senior.
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Other activities during the marketplace? "Artist demonstrators will include representatives from the California Indian Basketweavers Association who will share the rich history and tradition of basketweaving in California, and glass blowing by Hopi artist Ramson Lometewama. The Chumash Maritime Association will showcase a traditional plank canoe (tomol) on the festival grounds, and artist Rex “Wambli Sapa” Carolin will raise a Lakota tipi."
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Don't miss "the largest Native arts fair in Southern California" at The Autry Museum of the American West on Nov. 9 and 10, 2019.
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