Welcome to The Woodland Indian Art Show and Market
The Woodland Indian Art Show and Market is an art competition and market showcasing the unique artistic styles of Native Americans in the upper midwest and northeastern regions of the United States.
2015 Woodland Indian Art Show & Market
June 12 - 14, 2015
Radisson Hotel & Conference Center ♦ 2040 Airport Drive, Green Bay, WI 54313
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The Woodland Indian Art Show and Market has been produced for eight consecutive years by the non-profit organization Woodland Indian Art and a group of volunteers on the Oneida Reservation in Wisconsin.
Those who work on this art show each year believe it is vital that native tribes hold onto their unique cultural identity by celebrating their respective art forms and styles.
Woodland Indian Art exists to expand the narrow understanding of Native American art by shining the light on the many Woodland Indian Artists who are breaking artistic barriers. We bring Woodland Indian Artists together to raise awareness of the distinct artistic styles and cultures of northern United States and Canada. We contribute to the growing economy of sales for their art work through the appreciation of their diversity.
Attention Woodland Artists
Native Artists participating in the Art Show & Market can apply for a teaching grant to provide a workshop for the public during the Art Show and Market. Applications for the art show and teaching grant will be available in January, 2015. An artist bio and picture are requested with the application.