Wednesday, February 29, 2012

The Heard Museum Guild 54th Annual Indian Market is upon us!

Featured Artist: Dan Namingha (Hopi)

The Heard Museum Guild 54th Annual Indian Market is March 3-4! In addition to nearly 700 artists who will be showing at the fair, the main shop and the Berlin Gallery are hosting artists and dealers who will have a wide range of art works.

Scheduled to appear in the shop are:
  • Art Quintana (antique jewelry)
  • Terry Dewald (antique baskets)
  • Steve Getzweiler (Navajo "tapestry" rugs)
  • Ed Tewanama (Hopi Katsina carver)
In the Berlin will be print maker Jake Meders and mixed-media artist Sarah Sense, who will be signing her catalog Weaving the Americas, A Search for Native Art in the Western Hemisphere, which accompanied her recent solo exhibition in Chile.

Book & More has a great line-up of authors:
10am- 2pm

  • Paula Baxter
  • Jean Ekman Adams
  • Jan Cleere
  • Marshall Trimble
  • Norman Sandfield and Diana Pardue 
 12- 2pm
  •  Kathleen Bryant
  •  Carolyn O'Bagy Davis
  • Lisa Schnebly Heidinger
2- 4pm
  • Susan Lowell
  • Malcolm Benally
  • Vera Badertscher

10am- 12pm
  • Charles King
  • Malcolm Benally
  • Seth Muller
12- 2pm
  •  Alwin Girdner
  • Greg McNamee
  • Greg and Angie Schaaf
  • Carolyn Niethammer
2- 4pm
  •  Marilyn Noble
  • Billie Hougart
  • Joan Sandin

The fair hours are 9.30am- 5pm both days.

Ticket info:
$20 Adult 1-day admission
$15 Adult museum member (limit 4)
$10 American Indian (with tribal I.D.) admission
$10 Student (17+ years with I.D.) admission
$30 Adult 2-day pass
Admission to the Fair is FREE for children 16 and under.
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