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NATIONAL NATIVE AMERICAN CO-OPERATIVE

Fred Synder (Director-Consultant)
P.O. Box 27626
Tucson, AZ 85726-7626 U.S.A.

Indian Information & Trade Center
Tel: 520-420-4332

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American Indian Arts Exposition - Red Cloud - Big Elk - Cayatanita - Chief Joseph - Black Hawk - Geronimo

Open to the public. Everyone is welcome!

(Always last Sunday in January thru second Sunday in February.)

Jan 29 - Feb 12, 2023


2830 Ranch

2830 S Thrasher Ave
Tucson, AZ 85713




Call with any Questions - 520-420-4332


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14 BIG DAYS

10,000 Years of Culture | 80 Tribal Nations

An official event of the Tucson Gem Show, the world's largest rock & gem show.

The finest collection of American Indian Art, arts and crafts directly from the Native American artist for the most discriminating collector.

We reach over 5 million customers during the worlds largest gem, mineral and fossil shows.

14 BIG DAYS! Spaces available: 3-day, 7-day, 2-weekend & 14-day basis.

40 FEATURED ARTISTS CHANGING EVERY 3-7-21 DAYS THROUGHOUT THE 14 DAYS

Weekend Tribal Dancers


DEMONSTRATING ARTISTS

Antone, Anthony (AZ) | T/O Basket Demo


ARTISANS / EXHIBITORS

These artists change from year to year, exhibiting 3, 7 and 15 day intervals.

Anthoney Antone

Tribe: Tohono O'Odham
Craft: Traditional split-stitch basketry using traditional native desert materials. DEMONSTRATOR
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American Indian CD's & Music

Craft: Flute, peyote, pow-wow, story-telling
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American Indian Chamber of Commerce

Craft: Sharing tibal resources of 10,000-year-old indegenous cultures, information, raw materials, publishing, marketing, show expositions.
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Buffalo Hides & Skulls

Craft: Professionally gathered and prepared buffalo parts: hide, hair horns, teeth, huffs and skulls. Appreciated by the Native artists.
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California White Sage

Craft: Used for Spiritual Cleansing, Smudging & Removal of bad/negative energy.
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Charlotte Cut Beads

Craft: Czech beads: Rare size 13-degree & 16-degree cut beads from Europe in over 60 colors including silver and gold.
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American Indian Information & Trade Center

Tribe: Mult-Tribal
Craft: Eight-foot table full with over 20,000 flyers, brochures, maps & other printed materials directly from various tribal nations. Events, museums, cultural centers & more.
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JC & Nan-De (NM)

Tribe: Apache
Craft: Native American gourd art & cliff dwellings.

David Jim (AZ)

Tribe: Navajo
Craft: Fine custom jewelry. Award-winning gold & silversmith. Very traditional Navajo sterling with quality multi-stones of turquoise, malachite, coral, white buffalo.
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Bruce Joe (NM)

Tribe: Navajo
Craft: Superior silversmithing of pendants, conchos & earrings.

Cecil Manuel (AZ)

Tribe: Pima
Craft: Award-winning hoop dancer, artisan specializing in dream catchers created with natural materials. Performances at 1 and 3pm, F, Sa & Su on Indian time.
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McCabe Family (AZ) / Traditional Navajo Jewelry

Tribe: Navajo
Craft: Great variety of traditional & conteporary jewelry. Large selection of unusual beadwork & rhinestone pieces.
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Native American Co-Op (AZ)

Tribe: Mult-Tribal
Craft: 2,700 artisans from 80 tribal nations: baskets, beadwork, quill work, carvings, jewelry, rugs, fetishes. From tipi to totem poles.
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Native American Events: Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Nevada, Colorado

Craft: First extensive & complete yearly listings, for five states of powwows, rodeos, auctions, pueblo calendar & most major events to visit Indian country. Lists 5,000 events for 3 years.
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Native American Display Showcase Co.

Craft: Quality table top pine dovetailed cases with plexi and glass tops: sizes 12" x 12", 12" x 16", 16" x 27"; some with cash drawer underneath case; all stackable.
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Shoshone Cut Beadwork

Tribe: Shoshone & Paiute
Craft: Known as one of the finest beadworkers using European cut beads with family designs. Creative pendants, buckles moccasins & purses.
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Turquoise Stones / 30-Year Collection

Craft: Starting in 1974 quality turquoise was put away until over 50,000 stones were made available to the public in 2016. Most of these mines have closed. This is a rare & largest multi-mine (60mines) turquoise collection available for repairs & duplication of antique jewelry.
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Don Ward (WV)

Tribe: Cherokee
Craft: Reproductions of war clubs, axes & tools using stone implements found in the Ohio River & farm fields.
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MEDIA INFORMATION

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For more information on Gem Show please visit one of these fine sites:

https://www.xpopress.com/show/profile/20/american-indian-arts-exposition
www.visittucson.org