For Woodland Indian Artists
Those involved in this art show believe…
it is vital that native tribes hold onto their unique cultural identity. Too often, native culture and arts are mistakenly viewed as one culture, the same in every tribe. We strive to raise awareness of Woodland Indian art. We want people to recognize that Woodland Indian art is on a different track than Southwestern Indian art. The Woodland Indian tribes have floral, woodland animals and birds, and streams in their environment. That’s different from the Southwestern Indians who have mountains, prairies, and deserts in their surroundings.
The Woodland Indians use media such as porcupine quills, moose hair, black ash and birch baskets, flat and raised beadwork. The Oneida people have their wampum belts, raised beadwork and unique pottery designs; the Menominee have wood carvers and painters who bring out the spirit of the woods they live in; the northern Chippewas have lure carvers and birchbark art. These are just a few examples of Woodland Indian art that come together annually at the Woodland Indian Arts & Culture Festival.
Application packets are now available for the 2017 Woodland Indian Art Show. Use the link below to print the application. Fill it out and email or mail your completed application. You can pay your fees on PayPal. If we receive your completed application after May 17th, 2017, we will not be able to put your bio in the program book.
An artist bio and picture are requested with the application. Artists in the 2016 Woodland Indian Art show and Market are promoted in the Art Show’s program book. Pictures of the artist and their work, along with their contact information are distributed during the art show and market.
Artists – Pay your fees online
Once you have completed the application, you may mail your check along with the application or
click on the buttons below to pay your booth fee and add an extra booth space while they are available.
**NEW THIS YEAR** Accepted artists will also have the option to reserve space to sell at the Radisson July 3-July 6 for an extended market fee of $250.
May 17th is the deadline for applicants to get their picture and bio in this year’s program book.