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Native Treasures: Indian Arts Festival will be celebrating its 10th anniversary on Memorial Day weekend 2014. The Native American art show and sale that benefits the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture in Santa Fe has become one of the most important Indian art shows in the U.S.
More than 200 museum-quality artists from over 40 tribes and pueblos will showcase and sell their pottery, jewelry, glass, paintings, sculpture, carvings, textiles and other art, May 24-25 at the Santa Fe Convention Center.
The show has grown enormously since its humble beginnings in a tent on Museum Hill. By 2009, it had outgrown that space and moved to the Santa Fe Convention Center. Over the years, Native Treasures has raised $700,000 to mount more than 20 exhibits at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture (MIAC) and is now the primary funding source for exhibits at the museum. While the museum receives state funds for operating expenses, all exhibition funding must be raised privately. Artists donate a portion of their sales to MIAC.
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