Native Art Market

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Native Art Market
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Join the Burke Museum for a celebration of Native art. Watch art demonstrations and talk to over a dozen emerging and established Native American artists about their work and process. The artists are experts in mediums such as woodcarving, basketry, jewelry, graphic design, metalwork and forging.

Also dine on delicious Indian tacos, sweet frybread, chili and more from Off the Rez food truck.

100% of art sales proceeds go directly to the artists!

Attending artists include:
- Jeff Monson (Jamestown S’Klallam): Woodwork
- Greg A. Robinson (Chinook Indian Nation): Woodwork and acrylic painting
- Sibert Seciwa Sr. & Vita Seciwa (Pueblo of Zuni/Pueblo of Laguna): Jewelry
- Sam Dimmick (Alaska Native Inupiat): Stone carving
- Mary Kelsay, MEKA Clothing (Aleut): Apparel design
- Angee Harrington (Suquamish): Basketry, Jewelry, Bone carving
- Alex Mccarty Makah Art (Makah): Woodwork
- Jennifer's Copper and Silver (Tlingit): Jewelry
- Joe Seymour Artist (Squaxin Island/Pueblo of Acoma): Drums
- Hammerhand Forge Ironwork by Jason Reed Brown (Koyukon Athabascan): Forging and metal work
- Roger Fernandes (Lower Elwha S’Klallam): Original paintings and design
- Jimmy Price & Angelina Sosa (Port Gamble S’Klallam): Jewelry, woodwork, graphic design and painting
- Israel Shotridge, Shotridge Studios (Tlingit): Jewelry, woodwork, graphic design
- Tlingit Tattoo and Design by Nahaan (Tlingit): Jewelry, woodwork, painting and tattoos
- Linley Logan (Seneca): Hand pulled linoleum relief and dry point prints
- Denita Santos & Joey Holmes (Suquamish/Grand Ronde): Textiles, basketry and jewelry
- Dorothy Grant (Haida): Fashion design
- Charles Bloomfield, Mamook Tumtum - to make one think, to make one feel (Pyramid Lake Paiute): Painting, sculpting and graphic design

Included with museum admission; FREE for Burke members, UW students, staff & faculty with ID. Burke members receive priority admission starting at 9 am.

Parking update: Construction of the New Burke Museum starts this May and fencing will be up around most of the UW parking lot next to the current Burke Museum (N1). ADA spaces are still available next to the Burke, as well as nearby campus parking lots and street parking. We will also be offering a shuttle service at this event, between the Burke and the UW’s E1 parking lot. The shuttle will run continuously (every 10-15 minutes) between the E1 parking lot and the Burke Museum. The first shuttle will leave the E1 parking lot for the Burke at 8:45 am. The final shuttle leaving the Burke back to the E1 parking lot will be at 3:15 pm.

Please note: Artists are responsible for handling all of their own sales at this event. We encourage you to bring cash, just in case not all of the artists have the capability to run debit/credit cards.
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