Indian Art Market, Prescott Arizona

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Prescott Indian Art Market

The surefire way to return from a southwestern trip to Arizona with authentic jewelry is to purchase your baubles, carvings and artwork from the artists themselves at the Prescott Indian market (PIAM).  Read More

  • Native American dancers, singers and musicians
  • Hosted at the Sharlot Art Museum
  • $10 fee

Overview: Native American painters, potters, weavers and jewelers chosen by an all-Indian artist panel present their jewelry, ceramic, baskets, blankets and art in an array of booths and performances.

When: For two days every July. This year the fair takes place July 8th-9th, 2017.

Where: Sharlot Hall Museum, located in the heart of downtown Prescott

Fees: Admittance to the market is $10.

Details: Families can escape the July heat to attend the annual Prescott Indian Art Market. Held at the Sharlot Hall Museum, which is on West Gurley Street in downtown Prescott, the market is shaded and a cool reprieve from the summer sun. The two-day art affair goes from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.  Navajo fry bread for sale is a trademark treat at the market.

Perhaps one of the best aspects of the market is being able to purchase and talk to the creators of the crafts. Artists at work can be found weaving, carving and sculpting.

Entertainment includes Native American dancers, singers and musicians. An outdoor amphitheater hosts performances over the course of the weekend.

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