Cherokee Art Market
Walk the lines.
"Looking Forward, Looking Back- Mirror Bag," a beadwork and quillwork bag by Orlando Dugi and Kenneth Williams, was the Best of Show winner during the 2012 Cherokee Art Market.
Image courtesy of Cherokee Nation Tourism.
Saturday, Oct. 12-Sunday, Oct. 13
If you want to know which artists and crafters will be at the Cherokee Art Market at the Hard Rock Tulsa Hotel & Casino this weekend, there is a list of them at www.cherokeeartmarket.com. But if you’ve been to this exquisite demonstration of traditional and contemporary artistic prowess in year’s pass, you know staring at a list of names (even familiar ones) is nothing compared to walking past booth after booth of fine art, jewelry, elegant crafts and sculptural works. It’s time to walk again when more than 150 Native American artists from around the country and numerous tribes set up at the annual juried show. Admission is $5 and hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12-Sunday, Oct. 13. Children 12 and under admitted free. For more, visit www.cherokeeartmarket.com.