Saturday, November 29, 2008

Tribal Art Events in 2009

The Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association has issued a calendar of tribal art and other art events scheduled for 2009.

Here are those included for January and February.

January 21-25 - Fourteenth Annual Los Angeles Art Show at the Los Angeles Convention Center, West Hall A, 1201 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles CA 90015. www.LAArtShow.com 310-822-9145.

February 6-8 - High Noon Western Americana Show & Auction at Phoenix Convention Center Exhibit Hall F & G, 33 S. Third Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004. www.HighNoon.com 310-202-9010.

February 13-15 - San Francisco Tribal and Textile Arts Show at Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion.

February 13-16 - Annual O'Odham Tash Indian Arts Festival at Casa Grande, AZ.

February 16 - Bonhams' Native American, Pre-Columbian and Tribal Art Auction at Bonhams and Butterfields, 220 San Bruno Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94103. www.bonhams.com. 415-861-7500.

February 21-22 - 25th Marin Show: Art of the Americas at Marin Civic Center and Embassy Suites Hotel, San Rafael, CA www.MarinShow.com.

If you're in the area of any of these events, it will be worth your time to visit.

This message is brought to you by Aboriginals: Art of the First Person, member of ATADA and host of tribal art web sites at ZuniLink (Native American fetish carvings), Native-JeweleryLink (featuring a wide range of authentic Native American jewelry creations), Native-PotteryLink (with authentic hand coiled and formed Pueblo pottery) and TribalWorks (offering a art from Africa, Australia and the Arctic). Visit us at your leisure.

4 comments:

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Tribal Trappings.com said...

I have very much enjoyed your blog! For your readers with an interest in Southeast Asian tribal art, they might want to know about a multimedia exhibition about the traditional music of the Golden Triangle. Called 'Songs of Memory', it opens 23 April and will be up thru 23 July 2009, at the Jim Thompson Museum in Bangkok, Thailand. The collection will include instruments, some of which are quite rare, clothing, video, and photographs from Victoria Vorreiter who has spent over 4 years documenting this subject. A book will be available soon. Her website is www.musicandthecyclesoflife,com.

Thank you for letting me share this with you and your readers.
And keep up the good work!

Susan Stem
www.tribaltrappings.com

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