Plains Art Museum preparing to host eighth annual Indigenous Art Fair

The event on Saturday, May 13, will feature more than 30 Indigenous Artists from across the Midwest as well as other activities.

The Plains Art Museum in Fargo.
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FARGO — The Plains Art Museum is holding its 8th annual Indigenous Art Fair on Saturday, May 13, 2023.

Preparations are currently underway to host more than 30 indigenous artists from across the Midwest who will be displaying and selling their art at the event.

It's free to the public and will also feature indigenous food and free T-Shirts being screen printed by Minnesota State Community and Technical College.

Joe Williams, the director of Native American programs for the Plains Art Museum, and the event's organizer, said a majority of the artists have been a part of the fair in years past and that the support the event receives has kept them coming back.

"They feel like they're being supported by us and the community. Their sales numbers keep going up every year which is exciting cause that's partly what we want. We want them to be successful," Williams said.


The event runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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