Indian Fair Highlights Native American Arts and Culture
Thursday, May 14, 2009
The San Diego Museum of Man hosts the 26th Annual Indian Fair featuring Native American artists, musicians, dancers and performers.
Maureen Cavanaugh: Native American artists from San Diego and throughout the Southwest and Alaska will gather this weekend for the annual Indian Fair in Balboa Park. The Fair is hosted by the San Diego Museum of Man and will transform the park's California Plaza into a marketplace of Native American arts and crafts, paintings, beadwork, masks, as well as demonstrations of traditional jewelry and basket-weaving techniques and musical performances.
The 26th Annual Indian Fair is May 16 and 17, 2009, from 10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. at the San Diego Museum of Man.
Cynthia Dillon Eischen, director of interpretation and education for the San Diego Museum of Man.
George "Shukata" Willis, Native American jewelry maker who lives in Carlsbad.
Steve Holmes, aka "Dawn Greeter," Native American flute player from the Los Angeles area.
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