Southwest Indian Art Fair
Arizona State Museum
1013 E. University Blvd., Tucson
This major event brings Native American artists and the people who love their work to Tucson from all over the Southwest. White-roofed booths sprawl out on the lawn in front of the Arizona State Museum on the UA campus, while the smell of fry bread and other delicious, decadent foods fills the air.
Artists from Navajoland, from Hopi, from the pueblos of the Rio Grande Valley, and elsewhere bring their fetishes, kachinas, paintings, squash-blossom belt buckles, paintings, and other items to sell and talk about. It’s a great chance to buy something unique and meaningful and to meet the artist who made it so.
© Tim Hull from Moon Tucson, 1st Edition