Indian Art Market at Natural History Museum of Utah

It’s not all dinosaurs—humans are part of natural history, too; in fact, we may be ones to end the story. But let’s not talk about that right now—instead, take the opportunity to marvel at some of the beautiful things humans have created.



Indian ArtThis weekend, the Natural History of Utah is hosting its sixth annual Indian Art Market, honoring art made by more than 25 top Native American artists. This juried event is *free* to the public, and besides marveling at and buying authentic, high-quality jewelry, pottery, paintings, fetishes, Kachina and more, directly from the individual artists, visitors will have the unique opportunity to meet the artists and hear their stories.

Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 13 and 14, 2018, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Natural History Museum of Utah at the Rio Tinto Center, 301 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City. For information about the artists, go here.

Mary Brown Malouf
Mary Brown Malouf
Mary Brown Malouf is the late Executive Editor of Salt Lake magazine and Utah's expert on local food and dining. She still does not, however, know how to make a decent cup of coffee.

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