Over 150 dealers and artists selling antique American Indian, Pre-Columbian, Spanish Colonial and Contemporary American Indian Art.
The American Indian Art Show/Marin has become the most significant showcase of Antique American Indian art on the west coast. Celebrating its 33rd year in 2017, this show brings together the passion of the country’s top dealers and artists, with collectors, and those interested in exploring the rich cultures of the Americas. With an emphasis on Antique American Indian art, as well as Pre-Columbian, Spanish Colonial and the best contemporary American Indian art, this show offers something for everyone, including jewelry, textiles, baskets, pottery, beadwork, sculpture, paintings, photography, books and more. Our exhibitors and artists will offer the finest quality material for everyone from the first time buyer to the seasoned collector.
We are thrilled to have MarinLink as the beneficiary of our Opening Night Gala, Friday, February 17th. MarinLink is a highly respected local non-profit that serves as an incubator and fiscal sponsor to individuals and groups whose projects range from homeless services, environmental issues and health and transportation initiatives, to veterans programs and arts organizations. Anyone with a vision to help the community as a non-profit can benefit from MarinLink’s knowledgeable assistance gained from over 10 years of sharing their expertise and connecting people to information and resources. Please join us in supporting this amazing group.
This year The American Indian Art Show/Marin is being held on consecutive weekends with the San Francisco Tribal & Textile Art Show, bringing together two historic shows to create the major West Coast event of the year for American Indian and Tribal art: The San Francisco Tribal Art Week!
($5 off at door with specially marked postcard, brochure or click here to receive discount coupon)
Opening Night Preview:
February 17th, 2017
5:30pm – 8:00pm
Tickets are $35 payable at the door and online at www.marincenter.org
Gala price includes entry admission for the entire weekend.
For information on MarinLink, go to www.marinlink.org.
100% of the gala ticket proceeds benefit MarinLink.