STORYTELLING WITH TERESA WEBB
Every Saturday except June 29, July 6 & August 3
Meet Teresa Webb (Anishinaabe) and hear about Native American cultures through stories and songs, accompanied by flute, drum and rattle.

UPCOMING DATES:
June 8, 15, 22
July 13, 20, 27   
August 10, 17, 24
September 14, 21, 28
Indian Market & Festival
The 2013 Eiteljorg Indian Market and Festival was June 22-23 in Military Park. Here is the complete list of winners from this annual event:

HARRISON EITELJORG PURCHASE AWARD - Susan Folwell

(Santa Clara Pueblo)

LOVE GUN

BEST OF SHOW - Summer Peters

(Saginaw Ojibwe Tribe of Michigan)

GENTLEMAN JIM

HELEN COX KERSTING AWARD - Todd Bordeaux

(Sicangu-Lakota) 

KEEPERS OF THE ANCIENT FUTURE

 DIVISION 1 - PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS, PHOTOGRAPHY & PRINTS

BEST OF DIVISION - Dawn Dark Mountain

(Oneida)  

(Treaty Calico Series) Honoring the Wild Strawberry

 #101 - Oil and Acrylic

1st Place - Randall Blaze

(Oglala Lakota)   

Repetition of Form

2nd Place - Norris M. Chee

(Navajo (Diné))   

The Raid

3rd Place - SD Youngwolf

(Georgia Tribe of Eastern Cherokee) 

Sunshine, Dineh

 #102-Watercolor and Gouache

1st Place - Dawn Dark Mountain

(Oneida)    

(Treaty Calico Series) Honoring the Wild Strawberry

2nd Place - Dallin Maybee

(Northern Arapaho/Seneca)   

Wild Rumpus Intertribal

3rd Place - No award given

 #103-Drawings

1st Place - Monte Yellow Bird

(Arikara/Hidatsa)    

Before the Dog Days

2nd Place - Avis Charley

(Dakota/Navajo)   

Waiting

3rd Place - Monte Yellow Bird

(Arikara/Hidatsa)    

Watch the Birdie

 #104-Prints

1st Place - Dawn Dark Mountain

(Oneida)    

The Three Sisters

2nd Place - Gordon M. Coons

(Ojibwa)    

Native Landscape under the Summer Solstice

3rd Place - Jodi M. Webster

(Ho-Chunk/Prairie Band Potowatomi)   

I'm Not That Kind of Indian

 #105-Photography -

No award given

 DIVISION 2 - FINE ART SCULPTURE

BEST OF DIVISION - Ryan Gashweseoma

(Hopi)   

Suit's mana (Rising Sun)

 #1-Metal

1st Place - Mark Fischer

(Oneida Nation of Green Bay)   

"Porcupine" - (Before the Beads)

2nd Place - Kevin Horace Quannie

(Hopi/Dine)   

4 Hopi Corn Maidens

3rd Place - Pahponee

(Kickapoo/Potowatomi)   

Buffalo in Summer

 #2-Stone

1st Place - Debbe Edwards

(Cherokee)   

Wild One

2nd Place - Adrian Wall

(Jemez Pueblo)

"Continum" Life's Journey

3rd Place - No award given

 #3-Ceramics & Glass

No entries

 #4-Other Media

1st Place - Ryan Gashweseoma

(Hopi)   

Suit's mana (Rising Sun)

2nd Place - Debbe Edwards

(Cherokee)   

Threat

3rd Place - Earl Dionne

(Mohawk)   

Owl Paddle 13

 DIVISION 3 - DOLLS

BEST OF DIVISION - Emil Her Many Horses

(Oglala Lakota)  

Reservation Period Doll

 #1 -Kachinas (Traditional)

1st Place - Mavasta Honyouti

(Hopi) 

Kwa'as Messengers

2nd Place - Kevin Horace Quannie

(Hopi/Dine)    

Hopi Boy and Girl (Hopi Cloud Boy and Cloud Girl)

3rd Place  Ryan Gashweseoma

(Hopi)     

Tadpole Kachina

 #2-Traditional Dolls

1st Place - Emil Her Many Horses

(Oglala Lakota)   

Reservation Period Doll

2nd Place - Kimberly Greene-Bugg

(Oneida)   

Haudenosaunee Family II

3rd Place - No award given

 #3-Contemporary Dolls

No entries

 DIVISION 4 - JEWELRY

BEST OF DIVISION - Benson Manygoats

(Navajo (Diné))    

"Manygoat Ring"

 #401-Silver-no stone

1st Place - Isaac Dial

(Lumbee)    

"Dragonfly" cuff bracelet

2nd Place - Linda Lou Metoxen

(Navajo (Diné))    

Fertility Cup

3rd Place - Cippy CrazyHorse

(Cochiti Pueblo)   

Cuff Bracelet

 #402-Silver with stone

1st Place - Nelson Garcia

(Santo Domingo Pueblo)   

Boulder Turquois Necklace Set

2nd Place - Veronica Benally

(Navajo (Diné))   

Buckle

3rd Place - Erick Begay

(Navajo (Diné))   

Nevada #8 - Turquois and Pearl Bracelet

 #403-Gold

1st Place - Benson Manygoats

(Navajo (Diné))    

"Manygoat Ring"

2nd Place - Ken Romero

(Taos/Laguna Pueblo)  

Golden Sunset, Blue Skys at the Pueblo

3rd Place - Erick Begay

(Navajo (Diné))   

#8 Nevada Turquois Gold Ring

 #404-Inlay

1st Place - Ken Romero

(Taos/Laguna Pueblo) 

"Pueblo Design Inlay" (taper bracelet)

2nd Place - Jolene Bird

(Santo Domingo Pueblo)

Inlayed Beads

3rd Place - Benson Manygoats

(Navajo (Diné))   

Summer Butterfly

 #405-Stone

1st Place - Antonio Grant

(Eastern Band Cherokee) 

Spirit Watcher

2nd Place - Daniel Bigay

(Cherokee)   

Shell Gorget

3rd Place - Sharon Abeyta

(Santo Domingo Pueblo)   

Strand Pennsylvania Jet Heishi Necklace

 #406-Mixed Media

1st Place - Ernest Benally

(Navajo (Diné))   

"Blooming Desert"

2nd Place - Julius Keyonnie

(Navajo (Diné))    

Basket Blessings Necklace

2nd Place - Julius Keyonnie

(Navajo (Diné))    

Basket Blessings Necklace

3rd Place - Alfred Joe

(Navajo (Diné))    

Mokume Necklace with Reversible Pendant

 #407-Non-metal

1st Place - Adrian Wall

(Jemez Pueblo)    

Dragonfly Earrings

2nd & 3rd Place - No awards given

 #408-Non-wearable

1st Place - Daniel Sunshine Reeves

(Navajo (Diné))   

Inlayed Wedding Vest

2nd & 3rd Place - No award given

 # 409-Contemporary

1st Place - Abraham Begay

(Navajo (Diné))   

Red Coral Squash Blossom

2nd Place - Richard Abeyta

(Santo Domingo Pueblo)

Water Turquoise Necklace

3rd Place - Nelson Garcia

(Santo Domingo Pueblo)

Reflection of Kingman Turquoise (necklace set)

 DIVISION 5 - POTTERY

BEST OF DIVISION - Lisa Rutherford

(Cherokee Nation) 

Winds of Change

 #501-Traditional

1st Place - Susan Folwell

(Santa Clara Pueblo)  

Pueblo Girl

2nd Place - Dominique Toya

(Jemez Pueblo)   

Swirled Seed Pot

3rd Place - Aaron Cajero

(Jemez Pueblo)    

Romance

 #502-Contemporary

1st Place - Lisa Rutherford

(Cherokee Nation)

Winds of Change

2nd Place - Jody Naranjo

(Santa Clara Pueblo)  

Clowning Around

3rd Place - No award given

 #503-Storytellers & Figurines

1st Place - Maxine Toya

(Jemez Pueblo)   

Potters

2nd Place - Maxine Toya

(Jemez Pueblo)    

Nativity Set

3rd Place - Teri Cajero

(Jemez Pueblo)    

Nativity Set

 #504-Miscellaneous

1st Place - Shirley M. Brauker

(Odawa)   

Horse Ledger Box

2nd Place - Dominique Toya

(Jemez Pueblo)  

Pride

3rd Place - No award given

 DIVISION 6 - BASKETRY

BEST OF DIVISION - Jamie Brown

(Potawatomi)   

Three Sisters

 #601-Traditional

1st Place - Jamie Brown

(Potawatomi)   

3 Sisters

2nd Place - Jennie Brown

(Pokagon Band of Potawatomi) 

Berry Harvesting Basket

3rd Place - Kelly Church

(Grand Traverse Band of Ojibwe)

Seed Basket

 #602-Contemporary

1st Place - Kelly Church

(Grand Traverse Band of Ojibwe)

Copper Nation

2nd Place - Jamie Brown

(Potawatomi) 

Diamond Back

3rd Place - Kelly Church

(Grand Traverse Band of Ojibwe)   

Fiberge Egg- Anishnabe Style

 #603-Non-Native Materials

1st Place - Susan  Locke Charlesworth

(Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma)    

Continuous Weave Field Basket

2nd Place - Susan  Locke Charlesworth

(Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma)    

Two Twill Diamond Gathering Basket

3rd Place - Jamie Brown

(Potawatomi)   

Woodland Vase

 DIVISION 7 - WEAVINGS AND TEXTILES

BEST OF DIVISION - Michelle Laughing-Reeves

(Navajo (Diné))   

Germantown Revival Child's Wearing Blanket

 #701-Traditional Weavings

1st Place - Michelle Laughing-Reeves

(Navajo (Diné))   

Germantown Revival Child's Wearing Blanket

2nd Place - Mona Laughing

(Navajo (Diné))   

Tucson Weaving

3rd Place - Florence Manygoats

(Navajo (Diné))   

Tees Nos Pos Raised Outline Navajo Rug

 #702-Contemporary Weavings

No entries

 #703-Patchwork, Ribbonwork, Quilts

1st Place - Susan Hudson

(Navajo (Diné))    

Honoring Ledger Quilt

2nd Place - Lauren Good Day Giago

(Arikara/Blackfeet/Cree)   

Love Birds

3rd Place - Gwen Nell Westerman

(Sisseton Wahpeton Dakota)    

Waci Au (Song for the Horses

 #704-Fabric Attire

1st Place - Lauren Good Day Giago

(Arikara/Blackfeet/Cree)   

Newday different Way

2nd Place - Indigenous Princess

(Tlingit)    

Spider bite

3rd Place - No award given

 DIVISION 8 - CULTURAL ITEMS

BEST OF DIVISION - Lisa Rutherford

(Cherokee Nation) 

Southeast Feather Mantle

 #801-Leather Attire

1st Place - Kimberly Greene-Bugg

(Oneida)    

Dad's Coat

2nd Place - Indigenous Princess

(Tlingit)    

Spider Bite

3rd Place - No award given

 #802-Accessories

1st Place - Lisa Rutherford

(Cherokee Nation) 

Southeast Feather Mantle

2nd Place - General Grant

(Cherokee)   

The Chief is Present

3rd Place - No award given

 #803-Musical Instruments

1st Place - Peter Boome

(Upper Skagit)    

Grouse Rattle

2nd Place - Daniel Bigay

(Cherokee)    

Sunflower Stalk Flute

3rd Place - Tim Blueflint Ramel

(Chippewa/Commanche)   

Prayer for the Return

 #804-Miscellanous (Fetishes)

1st Place - Todd Bordeaux

(Sicangu-Lakota)    

Stone Hunter

2nd Place - Dallin Maybee

(Northern Arapaho/Seneca)   

Traditional Evolution

3rd Place - Ted Lex Laence

(Choctaw of Oklahoma) 

On the Wing

 DIVISION 9 - BEADWORK

BEST OF DIVISION - Summer Peters

(Saginaw Ojibwe Tribe of Michigan)    

Gentleman Jim

 #901-Traditional

1st Place - Emil Her Many Horses

(Oglala Lakota)   

Eastern Sioux Style Beaded Parfleches

2nd Place - Marcie McIntire

(Minnesota Chippewa/Ojibwe)    

Bandolier Bag

3rd Place - Karen Ann Hoffman

(Oneida)    

The Great White Pine Council Mat

 #902-Non-traditional

1st Place - Summer Peters

(Saginaw Ojibwe Tribe of Michigan)    

Gentleman Jim

2nd Place - Emil Her Many Horses

(Oglala Lakota)   

Native American Church Outfit

3rd Place - Todd Bordeaux

(Sicangu-Lakota)    

Keepers of the Ancient Future

 #903-Jewelry

1st Place - Karen Beaver & Todd Bordeaux

(Mandan, Hidatsa, Yupik & Sicangu-Lakota)    

North Meets South

2nd & 3rd Place - No awards given

 #904-Accessories

1st Place - Katrina Mitten

(Miami of Oklahoma)   

Kiilhsoohkwa and the Little People

2nd Place - Katrina Mitten

(Miami of Oklahoma)   

Ceelaweemilakakoki (my relatives)

3rd Place - Katrina Mitten

(Miami of Oklahoma)   

Chipmunk

 DIVISION 10 - COLLABORATIVE

BEST OF DIVISION - Martha Gradolf &Peggy Fontanot

(Winnebago & Potowatomi/Patawomeck/Cherokee)    

Frank's Story

 #1001 - Traditional and Contemporary Collaborative Work

1st Place - Martha Gradolf &Peggy Fontanot

(Winnebago & Potowatomi/Patawomeck/Cherokee)    

Frank's Story

2nd Place - Pahponee & Veronica Pablano

(Kickapoo/Potowatomi & Zuni Pueblo)    

Blue Bird in Birch

3rd Place – Dawn Dark Mountain & Karen Ann Hoffman

(Oneida) Never Alone

 Youth Category #1101

1st Place - Josiah Brown

(Potawatomi)   

Mixed Blood

2nd Place - Sequoia Anderson

(Navajo (Dine)/Ho-Chunk)    

Sky Rider

3rd Place - Sonya Well-Off-Man

(Chippewa/ Cree)    

Urban Reflections












 

So much to see and do

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Join us for a weekend celebration of Native American cultures through art, music, dance, demonstrations, food and more. Featuring Native performers and more than 150 artists from more than 60 tribes, Indian Market and Festival is a one-of-a kind cultural experience right here in the Midwest.

Accepted Artists

Preview Party

Launching the weekend’s activities, the Preview Party showcases the award winners of the juried competition in the Best of Show exhibit. Hang out with the artists in a relaxing environment before the hubbub of Indian Market and Festival kicks in. Bid on the artwork from market artists in the silent auction. Enjoy an innovative taste of the Southwest buffet and a cash bar courtesy of Kahn’s Catering. And the best part? Preview Party guests also get exclusive early-bird preview shopping on Saturday morning and VIP market passes for the whole weekend. Please RSVP online at or by phone at (317) 275.1333.

Entertainment Highlights

∙ Shelley Morningsong (Northern Cheyenne) comes from a musical family. At 17 she joined a country-rock band called Hearts of the West that opened up for Charlie Daniels and Juice Newton. Morningsong performs with her husband, Fabian Fontenelle (Zuni/Omaha) who is a world-renowned men’s northern traditional dancer, storyteller and historian. They met while performing with Robert Mirabal’s Music from a Painted Cave.

∙ Twin Rivers was started by Adrian Wall (Jemez Pueblo/Ojibwe) and Ed Kabotie (Hopi/Santa Clara Pueblo), friends since their early teens. Over the years, these two musicians have fostered a friendship that is embodied in Twin Rivers’ music. Their winsome blend of traditional and contemporary vocals and the ability to create beautifully melodic songs creates a refreshingly genuine expression.

∙ Tony Duncan (Apache/Hidatsa/Arikara) is a five-time world champion hoop dancer and performing artist. He is a rising star who appears in Nelly Furtado’s “Big Hoops” video and has performed on the Tonight Show and at the Billboard Music Awards. He often performs with the group Estun-Bah and has a popular CD out of Canyon Records, Earth Warrior.

∙ Fred Shaw (Shawnee) is passionate about the craft of storytelling.

 “I present stories, visuals and experiences that break stereotypes. I expect the audience to laugh, to have fun, to cry, and to experience at least the beginning of transformation.”

∙ The Delaware Living History Village is a peak into history. At age 17, Jessica Diemer-Eaton worked as a historical interpreter for Lenape/Delaware at a living museum in New Jersey. Since then, she has worked with more than 31,000 students focusing on interpretation. She currently studies anthropology at Indiana University with a focus on Native women’s status, gender roles and family life.

Entertainment Schedule
Saturday and Sunday
Main Stage

10:30 a.m.       Welcome and Prayer
11 a.m.            Fred Shaw (Shawnee), storyteller      
Noon               Shelley Morningsong with Fabian Fontenelle
1 p.m.              Tony Duncan and Estun-Bah
2 p.m.              Twin Rivers
3 p.m.              Shelley Morningsong with Fabian Fontenelle
4 p.m.              Tony Duncan and Estun-Bah

Cultural Presentations and Demonstrations

All day                        Delaware encampment           
11–Noon         SD Youngwolf (Georgia Tribe of Eastern Cherokee), sculpture demo
12–2:30           Daniel Bigay (Cherokee), cultural items demo
12:30–1           Fred Shaw, storytelling          
1:30–2             Todd Bordeaux (Sicangu-Lakota), beadwork demo
2:30–3             Fred Shaw, storytelling
3–3:30             Adrian Wall and Ed Kabotie, music demo

Dogbane Family Activity Area

Museum-based art activities for all ages to make and take home. Inspired by the Guitars! exhibit, color guitar fans and make guitar pick pendants. Create your own ledger art and, an Indian Market favorite; create sgraffito “scratch art” like Jody Naranjo’s pottery.

Admission

Adults 18 and older: $10 at the gate. Museum members: $8. Advance sale tickets available at Marsh Stores and the Eiteljorg Museum for $8. Youth 17 and under are FREE. Ticket prices include same-day museum admission. 

For information and advance tickets call (317) 636.9378 or toll-free (800) 622.2024

Parking

White River State Park underground garage next to the Eiteljorg Museum and IUPUI parking lots across from Military Park. Shuttles from Museum are available.


 

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