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American Indian Art Show

To many art novices like myself, only names like Picasso and Van Gogh ring a bell. Modern and renaissance art is far beyond my comprehension and to my knowledge, all art is not considered equal. But how do you reduce and sum up an entire, world-wide field?

If you’ve been meaning to expand your art horizons, this weekend is a great place to start. This Saturday and Sunday offers anyone from the uneducated art admirer to experienced collector a chance to explore Native North and Latin American art at the 32nd annual American Indian Art Show. The exhibition will showcase the best of both historic and contemporary artifacts including jewelry, pottery, sculpture and more with some even available for purchase. The show offers a unique experience as it attracts the country’s most passionate dealers and collectors sharing their knowledge of the underappreciated genre. Be prepared to learn something new, and have a great time at this art extravaganza!

If You Go:

When: Saturday, February 20th from 10 a.m to 6 p.m. and Sunday, February 21st from 11 a.m to 4 p.m.

Where: Marin Center Exhibit Hall 10 Avenue of the Flags in San Rafael

Cost: $15


Please be aware that events may occasionally be cancelled or postponed by the promoter. We always suggest you contact the promoter or venue to confirm for a particular day.

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