21 – 23 Febrary 2020

American Indian Art Show Marin

The established American Indian Art Show has been running for more than 3 decades and is the largest of its kind along the west coast of America. The show is rich with culture and brings together collectors, enthusiasts and the public interested in American Indian history, traditions and art. Attendees are often passionate about Native American culture, and the event offers the opportunity to learn about many aspects of American Indian life. With both antique and contemporary pieces showcased by 70 dealers, there are paintings, photography, basketry, textiles, beadwork, pottery and sculpture offered for sale. Tribal, pre-Columbian and Spanish Colonial pieces, plus jewelry, books and other fascinating pieces will be displayed at the fair as well.

Practical info American Indian Art Show Marin 2020

Location

Fort Mason, Festival Pavilion
2 Marina Blvd
San Francisco, CA 94123
United States

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Opening hours

21 Febrary: 2pm – 8pm
(Early Preview)
22 Febrary: 11am – 7pm
23 Febrary: 11am – 5pm

Entrance Fee

General Admission: $20
Early Preview: $75

Mediums

Craftmanship
Textile
Jewelry…

Art Periods

Antique
Modern
Contemporary

Contact

pat@objectsofartshows.com
+1 949 280 6551
Website

American Indian Art Show Marin © Marin Independent Journal

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