Native Treasures represents approximately 200 of today’s best Native American artists – from traditional to contemporary and from emerging to established – selling jewelry, pottery, painting, basketry, beadwork, carvings, sculpture and textiles. Attendees have access to high-quality works from artists representing tribes across the United States. The museum is proud to promote living Native artists and help sustain Indigenous communities and cultures.
Since its inception in 2005, Native Treasures has generated more than $4 million in sales for Native American artists. Net proceeds from sponsorships, event ticket sales and a portion of artists’ sales support the museum’s annual exhibitions and educational programs.
Become a Sponsor
Pre-Show Celebration and Benefit
Friday, May 25
Early Bird Buying and Champagne Breakfast
Saturday, May 26
Saturday, May 26 and Sunday, May 27
You are invited to partner with us to sponsor the 14th Annual Native Treasures art market. By becoming a sponsor, you help to make Native Treasures possible. You also make a meaningful impact in the lives of working Native artists and the quality of education programs and exhibitions the museum presents.
The Pre-Show Celebration and Benefit kicks-off the weekend market. Enjoy the opportunity to purchase some of the very best the market will offer while enjoying the company of participating artists, 2018 Native Treasures Featured Artist Maria Samora and fellow event sponsors and ticket holders.
Start your day off on the right note with a champagne toast and/or coffee with tasty breakfast offerings catered by the Cowgirl. Early Bird entry begins at 9a.m, be the first to purchase your ‘Native’ treasures.
- Saturday, May 27 | 8 – 10 a.m.
- Champagne Breakfast includes Early Bird Buying at 9 a.m.
- $40 Champagne Breakfast including Early Bird entry
- $25/ticket for Early Bird entry
- Tickets available at the door
Visit with and shop from more that 200 artists. Free admission both days.
Saturday, May 26 | 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- Free admission
Sunday, May 27 | 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
- Free admission