Taking advantage of the visibility that surrounds SWAIA’s Santa Fe Indian Market, numerous other Native American art events are scheduled in
August 9-12 – b4rTIME, Inc. will present the Sixth Annual Historic Indian & World Tribal Arts show. 75 exhibitors will present items from American Indian, African, Asian, Other American, Oceanic cultures and Classical Antiquities. There will be a Charity Preview Reception on August 9, Thursday, from to Advance tickets at $75 each are available now. The event will take place at the
August 10-12 – Whitehawk’s 24th Annual Antique Ethnographic Art Show. A Gala Preview will take place on Friday, August 10 from to , with a $75 admission charged. Show times on Saturday and Sunday will be with a $10 per day admission charge.
August 13-15 – Whitehawk’s 29th Annual Invitational Antique Indian Art Show. The Gala Preview will take place from to on Monday, August 13, with a $75 admission charge. Show times are Tuesday and Wednesday, August 14 and 15, from to at $10 per day admission charge.
"There's no question but what Santa Fe is the center of the Indian and Ethnographic Art world, especially in August," according to William Waites, co-owner of Aboriginals: Art of the First Person. The author of this blog will be reporting 'live' from Santa Fe in August. So stay tuned.
In the meantime, Aboriginals' four web sites continue to offer superb examples of Native American fetish carvings at ZuniLink.com; beautiful Native American jewelry at Native-JewelryLink.com; authentic handmade Indian Pueblo pottery at Native-PotteryLink.com; and a pot pourri of African, Australian Aboriginal, Arctic and Navajo folk art at TribalWorks.com. All guaranteed authentic.