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You are invited to our third American Indian event of the Grand Slam of Events!
2830 S Thrasher Ave
Tucson, AZ 85713
Call with any Questions - 520-420-4332
From 10am to 5pm - Everyone is welcome!
We would be honored to have you visit. Experience the unique and finest of our artists (the Rembrandts, Van Goghs, and Picassos in the Southwest) at this event. You can see a 30-year turquoise stone collection, buy bead supplies, see demonstrators (beadwork, basketry, and kachina carving) and performances (flutists, hoop dancers), and have custom jewelry made by the silversmiths.
Bring the whole family, get out of the cold and warm up with us in Tucson! We look forward to having you attend this great event. I look forward to your visit. Everyone Welcome! Free parking and admission! Scholarship donations appreciated.
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Representing the arts & crafts of 2700 artists from 80+ tribal nations of North America since 1969!
Nov 27, 28 & 29, 2020
Open to the public. Everyone is welcome!
Tucson Convention Center
260 S. Church Ave., Tucson, AZ 85701
November 27, 2020 (Friday - 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM)
November 28, 2020 (Saturday - 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM)
November 29, 2020 (Sunday - 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM)
This Event is always Thanksgiving Weekend each year.
Free Admission & Parking - Scholarship Donation Appreciated
CATALYST Arts and Maker Space at Tucson Mall
4500 N Oracle Rd, Suite 110, Tucson, AZ 85705
Directions: We are located on the first floor of Tucson Mall near Sears on the West side of the mall between Sears and Dillards. Participants should go to the designated entrance on the map below for load in. Attendees should park between Sears and JC Penny’s, near mall entrance 3 (where Red Robin used to be on the southwest side of Mall).
Load in is 8 AM – 10:30 AM on Friday November 27. Artists can load in starting at 10 AM on Saturday and Sunday.
Festival hours are Friday 11 AM – 5 PM, Saturday 11 AM – 5 PM, Sunday 11 AM – 4 PM.
Face masks are required of all attendees at all times. Shoppers will be limited to 75 at any time.
See Market Layout below.
10,000 Years of Culture - 15 Tribal Nations - 3 Days - 1 Location
"As the First Americans, Native Americans have helped shape the future of the United States through every turn of our history," as Ronald Reagan first proclaimed in 1969. Before the U.S. existed, before a few European countries established outposts, hundreds of Indian nations thrived on this continent. These indigenous people developed and fostered their own music, dance, art, and foods for millenniums. Experience the life and history of several nations in this annual Native American Indian Heritage Month Social and Craft Market event to keep our 10,000-year-old culture alive for the 21st century and beyond. Here, you will find authentic artwork, crafts, demonstrations of their songs, and dances to expand your knowledge of American Indian ways.
Spend the weekend and bring your friends!!!
...and you'll discover a cultural richness that has survived for over ten millenniums.
EVERYONE WELCOME - COME FOR YOUR BLESSING
BE SURE TO BRING YOUR CAMERA!!!
FEATURED CULTURAL PRESENTATION
Award Winning Hoop Dancer, Cecil Manuel, T/O & Apache
Marvin Todacheenie - Navajo Flute | Fred Synder - Book Signing
All Activities will be held indoors! FREE PARKING!
Camera/Video Photography allowed for personal use only!
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FEATURED STORIES ENCOURAGED AND APPRECIATED!