Jul 9, 201211:03 AMThe Telegraph
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Editor's Pick: Prescott Indian Art Market
PHOTOGRAPHY: BLACK EAGLE/COURTESY PRESCOTT INDIAN ART MARKET
2012 Prescott Indian Art Market featured art, 'Many Medicines' warrior spirit mask, by Black Eagle (Shoshone/Yokut).
In the heart of central Arizona, the Prescott Indian Art Market will celebrate its 15th anniversary July 14 – 15. Held on the shady grounds of Sharlot Hall Museum, the celebration of Native American culture will feature traditional and contemporary works in painting, jewelry, sculpture, ceramics, and hand-woven blankets and baskets. Visitors to the juried festival will be able to meet the artists and watch their processes, such as a glass blowing demonstration by Hopi artist Ramson Lomatewama. And 2012 featured artist Black Eagle (Shoshone-Yokut) will display his award-winning tribal artifacts and colorful warrior spirit masks. Enjoy live entertainment in the museum’s outdoor amphitheater with dancers, singers, and musicians; and taste the market’s popular Navajo fry bread.
More info: www.sharlot.org/piam