2016 Indian Art Market

Saturday, October 8, 2016 - 10:00am to 5:00pm
Sunday, October 9, 2016 - 10:00am to 5:00pm
Natural History Museum of Utah | Rio Tinto Center | 301 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City


Celebrate native arts and culture at the Natural History Museum of Utah. 

The Indian Art Market is an annual juried art show at the Natural History Museum of Utah. It’s a great place to find and purchase amazing art from regional native artists.
 
The 2016 artists are: 
  • Andy Marion, a Navajo jeweler from Albuquerque, NM
  • Norman Lansing, a Northern Ute potter and painter from Arboles, CO
  • Gilmore Scott, a Navajo painter from Montezuma Creek, UT
  • Salina W. Begay, a Navajo weaver from Kayenta, AZ
  • Manuel Weahkee, a Zuni jeweler from Zuni, NM
  • Jimmie Harrison, a Navajo jeweler from Albuquerque, NM
  • Jesse Dwayne Johnson, a Zuni jeweler from Zuni, NM
  • Eileen Rosetta, a Kewa/Santo Domingo jeweler from Santo Domingo, NM
  • Jeremy Rosetta, a Kewa/Santo Domingo jeweler from Santo Domingo, NM
  • Carlos Laate, a Zuni potter from Zuni, NM
  • Nelson Garcia, a Kewa/Santo Domingo jeweler from Phoenix, AZ
  • Rosabelle Shepard, a Navajo jeweler from Rapid City, SD
  • Pahponee, a Kickapoo/Potawatomi potter from Elizabeth, CO
  • Todd Westika, a Zuni maker of fetishes from Zuni, NM
  • Veronica Poblano, a Zuni jeweler from Zuni, NM
  • Shelden Nunez-Valarde, a Jicarilla Apache potter from Dulce, NM
  • Eugene La Rose, a Northern Ute painter from Ogden, UT
  • Jolene Bird, a Santo Domingo jeweler from Santo Domingo, NM
  • Susan Hudson, a Navajo maker of textiles from Sheep Springs, NM
  • Mitch Battese, a Prairie Potawatomi painter from Lawrence, KS
  • Peggy Fontenot, a Patawomack/Potawatomi/Cherokee photographer and beadworker from Santa Monica, CA
  • Frank & Evelyn Chee, Navajo jewelers from Vanderwagon, NM
  • Cal Nez, a Navajo fine artist from Sandy, UT

The judges for the 2016 show are Kathy Kankainen (former NHMU Anthropology Collections Manager), Ed Napia (Mentor, Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake), Rad Cuch (Market Manager, Urban Indian Center) and Clarenda Begay (Curator, Navajo Nation Museum). 


The Indian Art Market and associated programs are free and open to the public. 

Regular admission required to see the full museum.