The coronavirus isn’t holding this annual event back. Originally scheduled for June, the Prescott Indian Art Market is celebrating their 23rd anniversary on their new show dates: Saturday and Sunday, September 19-20, 2020. For more than two decades, this unique market has presented some of the finest native American art in the Southwest.
The Prescott Indian Art Market is being held on the Sharlot Hall Museum four-acre campus. There will be comfortably warm temperatures and a steady stream of art enthusiasts ready to view and buy exquisite wood and stone carvings, distinctive ceramics, stone sculptures, leather, gorgeous paintings, hand-woven baskets, blankets, clothing, and so much more.
There will be more than 100 juried American artists, representing 30 tribes and pueblos, offering their traditional and contemporary artwork, making this market one of the Southwest’s premier Indian art markets. If you have gorgeous, handmade Indian art that you would like to showcase at this event, simply fill out the application on their website at www.sharlothallmuseum.org/festival/prescott-indian-art-market.
All art you wish to showcase at the Prescott Indian Art Market must be handmade and approved by the jury beforehand. The marketplace follows federal rules and guidelines provided by the Indian Arts and Crafts Act, which states that you must provide the museum a copy of your Tribal Enrollment as a member of a federal or state-recognized tribe, or some other evidence that you are a “certified Indian artisan” by a recognized tribal organization.
Prescott Indian Art Market
September 19-20, 2020
415 Gurley St.
Prescott, AZ 86301