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Inside Eiteljorg Indian Market and Festival: How artists are selected
Eiteljorg festival and market manager, Jaq Nigg, blogs about the selection process for Indian Market and Festival which takes place June 22 and June 23.
http://www.eiteljorg.org/interact/blog/eitelblog/2013/05/27/inside-eiteljorg-indian-market-and-festival-how-artists-are-selected
is the Miami Indians of Indiana. Simply put, organizations like the Eiteljorg have to follow
Native Olympians
http://www.eiteljorg.org/interact/blog/eitelblog/2012/07/30/native-olympians
to the Miami, Potawatomi, Delaware and others. Objects in these cases represent both the historical
EITELJORG MUSEUM BREAKS ALL-TIME ATTENDANCE RECORD
http://www.eiteljorg.org/interact/blog/eitelblog/2015/01/11/eiteljorg-museum-breaks-all-time-attendance-record
the Downtown Canal; and a welcome new addition to the museum's curatorial team: Scott Shoemaker (Miami Nation
Insider tips for Indian Market and Festival
Eiteljorg festivals and markets intern Claire Quimby blogs some insider tips about indian market.
http://www.eiteljorg.org/interact/blog/eitelblog/2013/06/18/insider-tips-for-indian-market-and-festival
Buchannan, Chief of the Miami Indians of Indiana offering an official welcome and prayer
EITELJORG PROJECT TO TRANSFORM INDIANAPOLIS DOWNTOWN CANAL
http://www.eiteljorg.org/about/media/2015/03/19/eiteljorg-project-to-transform-indianapolis-downtown-canal
and out) June 16, 17 & 18 and July 14, 15 & 16 Art classes for kids featuring Miami and Anishinaabe
Eiteljorg Museum Breaks All-Time Attendance Record
http://www.eiteljorg.org/about/media/2015/01/14/eiteljorg-museum-breaks-all-time-attendance-record
(Miami Nation of Indiana). The Eiteljorg Museum’s 2015 calendar includes the following major exhibits
New endowment supports long-term care of outdoor art at the Eiteljorg
http://www.eiteljorg.org/about/media/2012/08/29/new-endowment-supports-long-term-care-of-outdoor-art-at-the-eiteljorg
in the Native Miami language, along the Cultural Trail, West Street and in its public Christel DeHaan Family
Indian Market and Festival 2015 |Traditional Hopi Piki Bread
http://www.eiteljorg.org/interact/blog/eitelblog/2015/06/25/indian-market-and-festival-2015-traditional-hopi-piki-bread
As Indian Market and Festival draws near, we’d like to tell you about some of the things we’re extra excited about. Number 1: The 1491s Number 2: Twin Rivers Number 3: Down Feathers and Masks! Number 4: Stories! Number 5: Buck! and... Number 6: Traditional Hopi Piki Bread! We are thrilled that Iva Honyestewa (Hopi) will be doing Piki Bread making demonstrations throughout the weekend of Indian Market and Festival, June 27-28. You can also catch Navajo Frybread and Miami Acorn
Exceptional Native art recognized at Eiteljorg Indian Market and Festival
http://www.eiteljorg.org/about/media/2017/06/29/exceptional-native-art-recognized-at-eiteljorg-indian-market-and-festival
Potawatomi/Menominee), of Cherokee, N.C., for Family Traditions Beadwork Katrina Mitten (Miami Tribe
Contemporary Art Exhibit, A Tribe Called Red and Jingle Rails make it a November to Remember
http://www.eiteljorg.org/about/media/2013/11/06/contemporary-art-exhibit-a-tribe-called-red-and-jingle-rails-make-it-a-november-to-remember
at the Eiteljorg. Meet Native beadwork artist Katrina Mitten (Miami) and learn about her art
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