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Don’t miss the 11th annual Cherokee Art Market Oct. 8 & 9 at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa.
This world class art market is one of the largest Native American art markets in the country and features 150 elite Native American artists representing 50 different tribes throughout North America, displaying the finest Native American artwork including beadwork, pottery, painting, basketry, sculptures, textiles and more.
The two-day event also will feature live art demonstrations that are open to the public. Below is the schedule for the live demonstrations.
Saturday, October 8
11 a.m. – Ron Mitchell (Cherokee Nation) – Painting demonstration
12 p.m. – Dallin Maybee (Northern Arapaho / Seneca) – Discussion: WhyIndian Markets are important
1 p.m. – Mike Dart (Cherokee Nation) – Cherokee baskets
2 p.m. – Glenda McKay (Ingalik-Athabascan ) – Alaskan art
3 p.m. – Chase Kahwinhut Earls (Caddo) – Pottery
4 p.m. – Charlene Laughing (Navajo Nation)– Navajo loom Weaving
Sunday, October 9
12 p.m. – Clancy Gray (Osage Nation) – Sculpture
1 p.m. – Crystal Walters (Cherokee Nation) – Photography
2 p.m. – Katrina Mitten ( Miami of Oklahoma) – Beadwork
3 p.m. - Ron Honyouti (Hopi) – Kachina dolls
4 p.m. – John Knotts (Cherokee Nation) – Native American jewelry
For more information, go to CherokeeArtMarket.com.