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Southwest Indian Art Fair 2015

March 28 & 29, 2015, on the Museum's Front Lawn

Schedule of Performances

The next SWIAF will be held March 19–20, 2016. Information on this page is from our last event. Please check back in the months and weeks leading up to the fair for updated information.

The performance schedule is subject to change.
About the Performers | About Native Fashion and the Designers

Saturday, March 28

10:10–10:55 Wa:k Tab Dancers (Tohono O’odham, San Xavier District)
11:00–11:50 Fashion Designers
Traditional Monique Alvirez, Hualapai
Accessories Chenoa Williams, Pyramid Lake Paiute
Street Wear Jared Yazzie, Navajo
Contemporary Loren Aragon, Acoma Pueblo
12:00–12:50 Tony Duncan and Darren Yazzie (Flute, guitar, and hoop dancing)
Courtesy of Canyon Records
12:55–1:25 Jay Bagaye (Navajo)
Courtesty of Canyon Records
1:45–2:25 Gertie N the T.O. Boyz (Tohono O’odham Waila music)
2:35–3:20 Hualapai Bird Singers
3:25–4:10 Oak Canyon Dancers (Jemez Pueblo)
4:15–5:00 Dischii’bikoh Apache Dancers

Sunday, March 29

10:15–10:55 Huapalai Bird Singers
11:00–11:40 Oak Canyon Dancers (Jemez Pueblo)
11:45–12:25 Dischii’bikoh Apache Dancers
12:30–1:10 Tony Duncan and Darren Yazzie (Flute, guitar, and hoop dancing)
Courtesy of Canyon Records
1:15–1:55 Fashion Designers
Traditional Monique Alvirez, Hualapai
Accessories Chenoa Williams, Pyramid Lake Paiute
Street Wear Jared Yazzie, Navajo
Contemporary Loren Aragon, Acoma Pueblo
2:15–3:00 Gertie N the T.O. Boyz (Tohono O’odham Waila music)
3:10–3:55 No:ligk Traditional Singers and Basket Dancers (Tohono O’odham, Sells District)

The performance schedule is subject to change.
About the Performers | About Native Fashion and the Designers

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