Southwest Indian Art Fair 2014
The 2014 Southwest Indian Art Fair is set for February 22 and 23! 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 previous event. We have left this information here so that you can get a feel for what the event is like.
The Friends of the ASM Collections is once again hosting its exciting and popular silent auction during the 2014 Southwest Indian Art Fair.
All SWIAF visitors will want to visit the silent auction tent to bid on the wide array of pottery, jewelry, rugs, baskets, etc. The diverse mix of objects up for bid includes American Indian, Mexican, and Central and South American cultural arts. Proceeds benefit the museum's collections division.
The Friends of the ASM Collections is a group of individuals who have a special interest in Native American art and who have a passion for supporting Arizona State Museum's collections division.
Each year, the Friends raise funds while enjoying fun and educational events that share the museum's collections with the public. Funds raised by the Friends allow ASM curators to acquire contemporary works that more fully represent the living history of Native arts in the region.
Learn more about the Friends of the ASM Collections and join today. Join the Friends and join the fun!
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