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American Indian Arts Exhibition


January 28 – February 11 marks the annual American Indian Arts Exhibition at the Tucson Gem Show. With free admission, it’s a favorite part of the biggest rock and gem show in North America. Hosted by the National Native American Co-operative, you’ll be able to shop premier collections of Native jewelry, arts and crafts, rugs and more from the best Native artists and collectors around the world.

Enjoy live demonstrations daily as you peruse the offerings of over 40 featured artists. Live music and other performances will also be featured throughout the show with tribal dancers, singers and performers. Silver, turquoise, beadwork and baskets are some of the most popular finds at this beloved show, just a short drive from the desert museum and Old Tucson Studios.

Take a Piece of the Show Home with You

Eighty different tribes feature over 10,000 years of culture. It all happens at the Flamingo Quality Inn ballroom, located at 1300 N. Stone Avenue. Hours are 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. January 28 – February 10 and 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. on February 11. It’s the perfect chance to pick up something extra special for Valentine’s Day.

Two silversmiths will be on site offering customized jewelry. Featured artists include Abraham Begay, Black Wolf Art and Beads, Don Ward of Primitive Stone Works and many more. Don’t miss out on this revered aspect of the show. You’re sure to find a piece (or two) you fall in love with.



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