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Native American art and artisans

April 14, 2012

Accomplished artisans in basketry, jewelry making, Pueblo oven baking, and beadwork will give artist demonstrations at the Indian Art Market. Bring the kids and enjoy an afternoon listening to Native American storytellers, powwow dancing, singing, and drumming.

April 20-22
Moby Arena

The Northern Colorado Intertribal Powwow Association (NCIPA) proudly announces the 20th Annual Native American Spring Contest Powwow and Art Market, honoring our Native American artists and artisans.

The event will be held at the Moby Arena, South Shields and Plum Street on the Colorado State University Campus. The public is invited -- everyone is welcome.


Please enter Moby through the north concourse entrance. There will be free parking in the Moby Arena parking lot. Check signs for restricted parking areas.

Music, dance, arts, food

This is Northern Colorado’s largest Native American gathering featuring music, dance, arts & crafts, and food. Everyone is invited – bleacher seating is provided, but you can also bring your own lawn chairs.

Arts and crafts vendors will open their booths on:

  • Friday at 5 p.m.
  • Saturday and Sunday at 10 a.m.


  • $5/day or $8/for weekend pass
  • children 6-12 $3/day or $5/for weekend pass
  • children 5 and under/free admission

There will be artist demonstrations by: Linda Aguilar, Chumash - basketry; Pula Calabaza, Santo Domingo Pueblo - jewelry making, Pueblo oven baking;Tilda Long Soldier St. Pierre, Oglala Lakota - beadwork; and Fredric Ybright - Native American Folklore by Two Jackets.

Please visit the website for complete event schedule and information.

Contact: Jaime King
Phone: (970) 491-4635