Holiday Native Art Fair, Dec. 9 and 10

December 1, 2011

Friday, December 9 from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday, December 10, 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

The art fair will feature 30 artists selling works in all price ranges and media. Customary and contemporary art in carving, printmaking, basketry, textiles, knits, ceramics, jewelry, painting, weaving, Southwest jewelry, board games and much more will be available. The Longhouse Native art fair features the work of some of the area’s best artists who also sell at shows such as National Museum of the American Indian Gustav Heye Center in New York City, the annual Southwest Indian Market in Santa Fe and the Heard Museum show in Phoenix.

And if you’re hungry, the Hazel Pete Institute of Chehalis Basketry will be running a food booth to raise money for the annual Generations Rising Native Youth Art day in March. Frybread, Indian tacos, gwídəq chowder, desserts, beverages will be available for sale.

For more information visit the Longhouse events page.

AND if your day could use even more art on Friday December 9th after the art fair, please come to the Evergreen Gallery between 5-7 for a show Cultural Connections that will feature the works of Marwin Begaye, Peter Boome, and prints by participants in their workshops as well as that of visiting Hawaiian artist, Herman Pi’ikea Clark who will offer a short artist talk and interactive art demonstration. The workshops and exhibition are supported with funds from the National Endowment for the Arts, Native Arts and Culture Foundation and the Ford Foundation. We couldn’t have done this without the support of Erin Oly and Judith Baumann, The Evergreen State College print shop and Ann Friedman, director of the Evergreen Gallery.

For more information visit the Longhouse events page.