NHMU's annual Indigenous Art Market returns Saturday and Sunday, October 14 and 15, 2023. Each year, the market draws top Native American artists from around the country, including numerous awardees, who show and sell fine jewelry, pottery, sculptures, carvings, kachinas, paintings, weavings, beadwork, sand paintings, and more. This year will be no exception, with confirmed artists including winners from Santa Fe and other renowned Native American markets.
The market is included with Museum admission, and all proceeds from sales stay with the artists. View the event links below for detailed schedules for each day of the 2023 market, which will also feature artist talks, dance performances, a collections showcase, and food vendors.
About NHMU's Indigenous Art Market
Since 2013, NHMU has hosted an annual Indigenous Art Market that attracts some of the country’s most talented Native American artists to Salt Lake City. More than 25 tribes have been represented over the years, bringing a wonderful diversity of traditional and contemporary Native American art that is available for purchase. Visitors can shop one-of-a-kind jewelry, pottery, sculptures, paintings, beadwork, weavings, and much more—all while learning about tribal traditions from artists working to preserve them. Every year, 100 percent of sales from NHMU's Indigenous Art Market go directly to the artists.
* NHMU/University of Utah (“NHMU”) are not responsible for any sales. All sales are negotiated directly with the artist, who is operating independently from NHMU.
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Tribal Member Discount
Guests enrolled with a federally or state recognized tribe in the United States of America, including any children in their household, are eligible for free admission to NHMU and the market. Redemption of this discount requires presentation of a tribal enrollment card or tribal ID at the time of visit.
Tribal members may also request a visit to the anthropology collections at NHMU. We welcome and encourage tribal nations to use the collections. Please email requests to the anthropology collections manager at least two weeks in advance.