The 2015 Southwest Indian Art Fair is set for March 28 and 29, 2015! Artist information will be available in the summer. Information for visitors will begin to be updated later this year. The following information is from our last event. We have left this information here so that you can get a feel for what the event is like.
to the Southwest Indian Art Fair (SWIAF), southern Arizona’s premier Indian art show and market, on the expansive front lawn of the Arizona State Museum on the University of Arizona campus in Tucson.
Saturday, February 22, 2014: 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Shop a wide array of top-quality, handmade art as you meet 200 Native artists from around the region all selling directly to you. Talk with them about their work and learn about their ancient cultures. Choose from pottery, katsina dolls, paintings, jewelry, baskets, rugs, blankets, and much more.
Bring the whole family to enjoy artist demonstrations, Native food, lively music, and colorful dance performances.
Experience Native Culture
The Southwest Indian Art Fair brings together a cross-section of cultural traditions in performances, music, dance, and demonstrations in many media. Living cultural practices, coupled with meaningful conversations with the artists, provide context for understanding the artwork.
Become an Invited Artist
The Southwest Indian Art Fair is one of your best opportunities in southern Arizona to show and sell your work. Total artist sales regularly average $1.25 million. Download your application and feel free to make copies for other artists whose work you respect.
More about the Southwest Indian Art Fair
The Southwest Indian Art Fair began in 1993 as a small pottery fair. Since then, it has grown to be the highlight of Arizona State Museum's annual educational and cultural celebrations, as well as a highly anticipated feature of Tucson’s winter festival calendar. SWIAF, like all the museum’s events, promotes respect for and understanding of the region’s vibrant and diverse Native cultures. Your support of this event helps us support Native artists. We thank you!
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