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
For more information, please see contact us below.
Lunch with Truman Lowe
A lunch featuring a presentation by Truman Lowe, Ho_Chunk sculptor and UW-Madison art professor emeritus, titled "Understanding the Value of Authentic Woodland Indian Art will be held Friday, June 12, 12:30 - 2 pm.
The Native American cuisine prepared by Chef Arlie Doxtator will be accompanied by a brief explanation of the cultural and historical background of the ingredients used in Arlie's original recipes.
Cost for the event is just $15 with a suggested $10 tax deductible donation. You may use the PayPal button below. Seating is limited.
You Can HelpPlease help us in our important work with your tax-deductable donation. We are a small but growing organization that hosts this vibrant cultural event by the generosity of individuals, business and supporting organizations.
Your donation will support the artist prizes, such as best-in-show, for the juried competition. It will also help artists who want to share their talents by offering art classes to the festival's general public.
Woodland Indian Art, Inc., provides you a letter in January your previous year's tax report. Your generous donation is just a click away.
Contact UsFor more information contact:
PO Box 116, Oneida WI 54155