Native Art Sales & Exhibitions
The Longhouse hosts two annual Native art sales opportunities during the year.
2013 In the Spirit Art Show entries are being accepted through April 3, 2013.
Native artists interested in having work in the show should complete the application and e-mail it to Laura Grabhorn or fax it to 360-867-6699.
Postal mail is:
The Evergreen State College
2700 Evergreen Parkway NW
Olympia, WA 98505
Up to two images of two individual pieces of original art work can be submitted for consideration for the show. Images can be e-mailed with your application, or sent with the paper application to the address listed above.
Work should be your original concept and design. Pieces you consider should be available for loan from May 11, 2012 to September 14, 2012.
The Washington State History Museum will offer several prizes and the public will select people's choice. We are so pleased that the show will be in a larger gallery this year. We'd love to have your work be a part of In the Spirit Northwest Native Art Market and Festival.
- The In the Spirit Northwest Native Arts Market and Festival
The In the Spirit Northwest Native Arts Market and Festival In the Spirit Northwest Native Arts Market and Festival takes place at the Washington State History Museum in Tacoma, Washington .
The one day festival will start at 10 AM on August 17, 2013, and end at 7 PM
Art Show Application (PDF | Word) Deadline April 3, 2013
Market Vendor Application (PDF | Word) Deadline June 25, 2013
Visit the Washington State Historical Society website for information about prizes for the art show starting in Spring 2011.
The festival includes an expanded one day Native arts market featuring customary and contemporary art work from some of the region's best Native American Artists as well as fine artists from around the country. The festival will also feature performances by Native groups from Washington State representing a variety of cultures.
All events will take place at the Washington State History Museum at 1911 Pacific Avenue in downtown Tacoma, Washington.
Questions about either application can be directed to the Longhouse Education and Cultural center to Laura Grabhorn (360) 867-6413, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Longhouse hosts exhibitions throughout the year, both at the Longhouse and in the Evergreen Gallery.