Contemporary Native Arts Festival

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Event# 928-445-1230

Event Details

This inaugural signature event of The Smoki Museum celebrates the talents of today's Native people. It will be held on the museum campus, at Ken Lindley Park, at the Grace M Sparkes Memorial Activity Center, and on Arizona Avenue. With a powwow hosted by the Granite Mountain Gourd Society, a Fashion Show, the Mr. and Miss Southwest Two-Spirit Pageant, an art contest, special exhibits, skateboard artists, tattoo artists, vendors, and more, there is something for everyone! Don’t miss it!

Contemporary Native Arts Festival

Address : Smoki Museum Prescott AZ
Phone : 928-445-1230   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $5 per person per day; Kids under 12 are free

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