Native Treasures 2023
Join us for the 19th annual Native Treasures Art Market taking place Memorial Day weekend at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center. The annual event features over 150 Native artists selected by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture.
Native Treasure Art Market | Memorial Day Weekend
Saturday, May 27- Sunday, May 28, 2023
Each year, the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture personally invites hundreds of talented Indigenous artists to participate in the annual Native Treasures art market at the Santa Fe Convention Center. Participating artists keep 100% of their sales from the market and 100% of the event proceeds benefit the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture’s exhibition, educational programming and acquisitions funds. The market includes special entertainment, children’s activities and more.
Tickets will be available for sale online prior to the event at miac.eventbrite.com.
Native Treasure Night Market
Friday, May 26, 2023
The Native Treasures Night Market on Friday, May 26 is a unique opportunity to shop the market early while enjoying delicious refreshments and live music. The MIAC Living Treasure Ceremony will take place during this event, honoring the 2022 MIAC Living Treasure, Virgil Ortiz (Cochiti Pueblo), and 2023 MIAC Living Treasure, Anthony Lovato (Santo Domingo Pueblo).
Tickets are $100/person. 100% of ticket proceeds benefit the exhibitions, educational programs and acquisitions of the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture. Purchase tickets at miac.eventbrite.com.
2023 MIAC Living Treasure and Legacy Award Recipients
The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture (MIAC) is pleased to announce jeweler Anthony Lovato (Santo Domingo Pueblo) as the 2023 MIAC Living Treasure. Two Grey Hills Tapestry Weavers Lynda Teller Pete and Barbara Teller Ornelas, (Diné), will receive the 2023 Native Treasures Legacy Artist awards. Both awards are part of the annual Native Treasures Art Market and honor Native American artists who have made outstanding artistic contributions to the field of Indigenous arts and culture. Click to read more.