2016 Cahokia Holiday Market
Nov
25
Nov 27

2016 Cahokia Holiday Market

  • Cahokia Mounds Museum

Purchase holiday gift items made by Native American Artists and craft persons. There will be jewelry, pottery, paintings, weaving, herbals, basketry, bronzes, and more.

Wild At Art
Nov
11
Nov 12

Wild At Art

  • Tulsa Garden Center

You don't want to miss this fun and fabulous fundraiser. Do your holiday shopping at Wild at Art and you aren't only purchasing one of a kind gifts and beating the holiday rush, you are helping wildlife in need as well. Over the next couple months, we will be giving you a sneak peek at the artists and their work as well as sharing other details like how you can join our Audubon's Artists class and paint a masterpiece yourself! Please share and add your friends to the guest list and help us help wildlife and our local art community.

MB Timothy - Wildlife Exhibit
Nov
1
Feb 28

MB Timothy - Wildlife Exhibit

  • Chickasaw Visitor Center

I will be exhibiting my wildlife and bird art at the Chickasaw Visitor Center in Sulphur, OK. Just next door to the Artesian Hotel.

 

OPENING RECEPTION WILL BE HELD ON NOVEMBER 19TH  from 4pm- 6pm AT THE CHICKASAW VISITOR CENTER IN SULPHUR, OK.

INDIAN FALL FESTIVAL
Oct
29
10:00 am10:00

INDIAN FALL FESTIVAL

  • Muscogee (Creek) Nation Claude Cox Omniplex

Muscogee (Creek) Claude Cox Omniplex

Okmulgee, OK

 

Art, Food, Sports, FUN

Native Fall Festival
Oct
22
9:00 am09:00

Native Fall Festival

  • Riverwalk Crossing

NATIVE FALL FESTIVAL

Riverwalk Crossing

300 Riverwalk Terrace

Jenks, OK

 

ARTS & CRAFTS!!

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT!!

RAFFLES!!

FOOD!!

2016 Cherokee Art Market
Oct
8
Oct 9

2016 Cherokee Art Market

  • Hard Rock Casino

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.

Southeast Art Show and Market (SEASAM)
Sep
30
Oct 1

Southeast Art Show and Market (SEASAM)

  • SEASAM

In 2005, the Southeastern Art Show and Market (SEASAM) began what is now a time-honored tradition with the first competition, show and market.  Eight years later it continues to be committed to providing professional development and networking opportunities for youth, emerging and professional Southeastern and Woodland artists; to foster cultural identity through fine art of contemporary and traditional styles; and to provide a market place where artists may flourish.

Seminole Nation Days
Sep
16
Sep 17

Seminole Nation Days

  • Mekusukey Mission

Head to the 48th annual Seminole Nation Days for a weekend of family fun. This event kicks off Thursday at 6pm with the Seminole Nation Princess Competition at the Seminole State College Haney Center. On Friday evening, bring the whole family to the free live concert. There will also be a 5K run at the Mekususkey Mission and intertribal stomp dance at the arena grounds. In the event of bad weather, the dance will be moved to the Mekusukey Mission Gymnasium. A free carnival will also run all weekend long.

Activities continue on Saturday with the Seminole Nation Days Parade in downtown Seminole at 10am and other sports activities scheduled for Seminole Nation Days include a 3-on-3 basketball tournament, horseshoe tournament, frybread eating contest, softball tournaments and cultural demonstrations. Stick around on Saturday evening for a concert and fireworks show. Food vendors will be on hand throughout the event.

On Sunday, the Seminole Nation Days Powwow will start at 1pm for gourd dancing. The grand entry will be held at 6pm.

Haskell Indian Art Market
Sep
10
Sep 11

Haskell Indian Art Market

  • Haskell Indian Art Market

Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence will host its annual Indian Art Market next weekend.

Vendors will sell original handmade items including jewelry, paintings, carvings, pottery, drawings and prints, basket weavings, rug weavings, sculptures and beadwork.

The art market will be 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 11, at the powwow grounds at Haskell, 155 E. Indian Ave. in Lawrence.

The outdoor market will feature about 140 vendors from Arizona, California, Nebraska, New Mexico, South Dakota and Kansas, said Stephanie Fernando, of Haskell’s Facilities Department.

Food vendors will sell items including fry bread and Indian tacos, and student groups will perform at noon, 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. each day.

Parking and admission to the art market are free. Pets aren’t allowed on the powwow grounds, with the exception of service animals, Fernando said.

For more information, call (785) 749-8467 or visit the Haskell Indian Art Market’s Facebook page.