Native American Holiday Arts and Crafts Market

The Institute for American Indian Studies 38 Curtis Road, Washington

Shop for one-of-a-kind holiday gifts from local vendors selling Native American crafts, jewelry, and artwork at the Native American Holiday Arts & Crafts Market! Take advantage of this time to meet and speak with artists while learning about contemporary Native American art and cultures. Stop by to purchase gourds, pottery, jewelry, rattles, artwork, flutes, and […]

Native American Holiday Arts and Crafts Market

The Institute for American Indian Studies 38 Curtis Road, Washington

Shop for one-of-a-kind holiday gifts from local vendors selling Native American crafts, jewelry, and artwork at the Native American Holiday Arts & Crafts Market! Take advantage of this time to meet and speak with artists while learning about contemporary Native American art and cultures. Stop by to purchase gourds, pottery, jewelry, rattles, artwork, flutes, and […]

Native American Holiday Arts and Crafts Market

The Institute for American Indian Studies 38 Curtis Road, Washington

Shop for one-of-a-kind holiday gifts from local vendors selling Native American crafts, jewelry, and artwork at the Native American Holiday Arts & Crafts Market! Take advantage of this time to meet and speak with artists while learning about contemporary Native American art and cultures. Stop by to purchase gourds, pottery, jewelry, rattles, artwork, flutes, and […]

Native American Holiday Arts and Crafts Market

The Institute for American Indian Studies 38 Curtis Road, Washington

Shop for one-of-a-kind holiday gifts from local vendors selling Native American crafts, jewelry, and artwork at the Native American Holiday Arts & Crafts Market! Take advantage of this time to meet and speak with artists while learning about contemporary Native American art and cultures. Stop by to purchase gourds, pottery, jewelry, rattles, artwork, flutes, and […]

Native American Courting Flute with Allan Madahbee

The Institute for American Indian Studies 38 Curtis Road, Washington

The hauntingly beautiful voice of these mystical instruments has intrigued music lovers and musicians for centuries. But why does the flute hold such importance in Native American culture? Join Allan Madahbee, Ojibwe artist and musician, for an interactive presentation that marks the first in a series of presentations by Native artists in the region. Allan will […]

Annual Maple Sugaring Festival

The Institute for American Indian Studies 38 Curtis Road, Washington

Looking for a sweet end to the winter months? As the days get warmer, but the nights remain cold, it's just the right condition for maple sugaring! Join IAIS staff, along with Jeff and Judy Kalin, of Primitive Technology, Inc., for an event celebrating the gift of Maple Sugar. The Kalins will demonstrate the traditional […]

Annual Founder’s Clambake

River Walk Pavilion 11a School Street, Washington Depot

It's that time of year again! Savor local Indigenous foods of lobster, clams, corn, and potatoes while enjoying drumming & dancing by the Thunderbird American Indian Dancers! As we honor our past 45 years with social distancing on our minds, we will limit onsite dinner guests and ALSO offer takeout to guests who want to […]

International Archaeology Day Celebration

The Institute for American Indian Studies 38 Curtis Road, Washington

International Archaeology Day Ongoing throughout the day, dig into the fun with IAIS Staff and uncover what makes archaeology such a fascinating field of study. Archaeology is the study of objects that people leave behind and helps those in the present figure out what life was like in societies and cultures of the past, participate […]

National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two Spirits

The Institute for American Indian Studies 38 Curtis Road, Washington

May 5th is the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two Spirits. Please join IAIS on this day in remembrance of those who have been lost. And visit IAIS the first week of May as we seek to bring awareness to this epidemic through programs and installations over the […]