42nd Annual Indian Market

Saturday, December 8 – Sunday, December 9, 2018
9:00am – 4:00pm

Join us once again as we celebrate Native American Arts with our traditional Indian Market. Enjoy live performances, unique artists with hand-made jewelry, pottery and more. A family friendly event that offers fun and Native American history in one convenient location.

Complimentary nearby parking available with easy access from downtown Phoenix with the Valley Metro Rail stop nearby.

Shop over 100 artists booths including fry bread, Navajo tacos, cactus chili and burgers will be available with food trucks.

Raffle prizes for fabulous prizes including jewelry, blankets, gift certificates and more – all proceed benefit the PGMA.

Special thank you to Tim Murphy Foto for the above images from 2017.

Ticket Purchase available at the Market Entrance
General Admission: $10
Museum Members with ID, American Indians with tribal ID, active and retired U.S. Service Members: $5
Children 12 and under: Free admission when accompanied by an adult


Did you attend this year’s event?

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Did you purchase a raffle ticket?

Please check the image below to see if you won. All prizes must be claimed by January 20, 2018.

If you have won, please bring your ticket to the museum during regular business hours to claim your prize.

 

Artists

Periodot Dreams

Jewelry
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Carol Lujan

Fine Art & Sculpture
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Aconav

Fashion & Accessories
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Roberta Martinez

Pottery
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Choctaw Art

Bead Work, Jewelry & Pottery
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Jesse Hummingbird

Painter, Designer, Illustrator
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Amil Pedro

Arizona American Indian Living Treasures

* Ki:Him Demonstrator

Royce Manuel

Arizona American Indian Living Treasures

* Ki:Him Demonstrator

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Ron Carlos

Pottery

* Ki:Him Demonstrator

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Violet Duncan

Storyteller, Author

* Ki:Him Demonstrator

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Randy Kemp

Contemporary Artist

* Ki:Him Demonstrator

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Tim Yazzie

Jewelry
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JJJ's Beaded Jewelry

Jewelry
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Lyle Secatero

Jewelry
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Nanibaa Beck

Jewelry
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Herb Thompson

Jewelry

Bob Lansing

Pottery
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Gerald Lomaventema

Jewelry

Lorriane Gala-Lewis

Beadwork, Cultural Item, Pottery

Arturo Ramirez

Arizona Gourd Society Grand Master Artist

*KiHim Demonstrator

Andy Marion

Navajo Silversmith

Lupita Lucero

Beadwork & Pottery

Performers

Gabriel Ayala

Classical Guitarist
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Tony Duncan

Flute & Hoop Dancer
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Indigenous Enterprise

Fancy Dancers
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Ira H. Hayes American Legion Post No. 84

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Drew Lomyaktewa Dance Group

Hopi Eagle Dancers
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Danza Huitzillin Dancers

Aztec Dancers

Phoenix Native Flute Circle

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Food Vendors

Sunny Concessions Fry Bread

Tammy Whitaker Fry Bread

Burgers Amore : Burgers and More

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Performance Calendar

Saturday & Sunday

9:00am  Canyon Records Music Selection
10:00am  Miss Indian Arizona & Miss Indian World
10:25am  Ira H. Hayes American Legion Post No. 84, Posting of the Colors
11:00am  Gabrial Ayala, Guitarist
12:00pm  Tony Duncan, Flute and Hoop Dancer
1:00pm  Indigenous Enterprise, Fancy Dancers
2:00pm  (Saturday) Drew Lomyaktewa Dance Group performs Hopi Eagle Dances
2:00pm  (Sunday) Danza Huitzillin Dance Group performs Aztec Dances
3:00pm  Ira H. Hayes American Legion Post No. 84, Retirement of the Colors

 

Ki:Him Actvities

Saturday, Dec 8th, schedule changes slightly on Sunday Dec. 9th

Get to know the artists and their process in a more intimate setting, with a variety of demonstrations and hands-on activities. Visitors can participate in activities such as archery, atlatl spear throwing, community painting, beading, and pottery making to name a few.

11:00am  Storytelling with Violet Duncan With Melvin and Rosa John / Theatrical Masks
11:50am  Atlatl and Rabbit Sticks with Amil Pedro
12:20pm  Bow and Arrow Making with Royce Manuel
1:00pm  Piki Bread and the importance of Corn with Angelina James, Velvet Button and Ernastine Holms
1:40pm   Navajo Weaving techniques with Emily Malone
2:20pm  Hoop Dancing with five-time world hoop dancing champion, Tony Duncan
3:00pm  Pottery Techniques with Ron Carlos and Jacob Butler

Additional displays with a community painting activity with Randy Kemp and beadwork activity with Melanie Sainz

Special thanks to the Arizona Humanities for sponsoring the 42nd Annual Pueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary Indian Market

 

2018 Featured Artist

We are proud to announce the selection of this year’s featured artist: Jesse T. Humminbird


Volunteers Needed

Interested in being a part of this great event? We are looking for some very special people to help volunteer their time and talents this year. Positions include Admission, Membership, Parking, Raffle Sales, Set-up, Tear Down & Security.

New: Young Artist’s Application

We welcome you to learn more about our Indian Market application process for 2018. Traditional and non-traditional submissions will be considered.
There are no booth fees for our newest addition to the Market for young artists under 18 years of age

Rules and Regulations

New and returning artists for 2018

We welcome you to learn more about our Indian Market application process for 2018.

Rules and Regulations

Indian Market Site Plan

New artists are required to provide Tribal documentation example of work (3) and a brief biography highlighting accomplishments and awards in the application process.

Friday, Dec 7th Gathering

Meet fellow participating artists and enjoy a volunteer potluck. Youth dancing and activities are part of the event.

Sponsorship & Ad Specifications

Is your company interested in sponsoring the Indian Market? We have several contribution levels. Please consider this educational event as an opportunity to give back to the community. Last year’s attendance in 2017 was 70% higher than in 2016 due to enhanced marketing efforts.

CLAIM YOUR BRANDING OPPORTUNITY TODAY!
Sponsorship deadline is October 15, 2018

Pueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary acknowledges the generous contributions of our Annual Indian Market Sponsors:

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