TUCSON - The Arizona State Museum announced last October they were cancelling
future Indian Art Fairs due to state budget cuts. However Desert Diamond Casino
has volunteered to sponsor the annual event, so the Southwest Indian Art Fair is
revived and scheduled for March 27-28.
The nonprofit Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance is planning the event.
Its location will be Desert Diamond Casino, at Interstate 19 and Pima Mine Road.
Admission is $6 which will be used to fund to 2011 fair. About 6,000 visitors
About 100 Native American artists will display and sell their artwork, including
paintings, pottery, jewelry, baskets, Hopi kachina dolls, rugs and blankets.
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