Natural History Museum of Utah’s Indian Art Market to showcase Native American art, jewelry

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SALT LAKE CITY (News4Utah)- Discover the inspiration, history and symbolism behind Native American arts and crafts at the Natural History Museum of Utah’s Indian Art Market.

Saturday October 13 and Sunday October 14, guests have the unique opportunity to buy authentic, high-quality jewelry, pottery, paintings, fetishes, Kachina and more directly from more than 30 Native American artists.

Museum store manager and Indian Art Market organizer Susanne Rhulman joined News4Utah in studio to talk about the sixth annual event.

“Rarely do buyers get to meet face-to-face with a native artist or hear the stories behind the creations,” she explained.

The event also features a judges panel who will give various Best of Show awards at the end of the market.

With the price of regular admission, guests also can enjoy the Museum’s 10 permanent galleries including Native Voices, Great Salt Lake, Past Worlds and much more.

Doors open at 10 a.m. and close at 5 p.m. both days.

For more information and for a look at all participating artists, click here.

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