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URBAN INDIAN CENTER OF SALT LAKE

Formerly known as the

Indian Walk-In Center

Saturday February 22, 2020  The Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake hosts the First Annual Two Spirit Pow Wow. We are very excited to join other powwows in the movement towards inclusivity & honoring of our Two Spirit & LGBTQIA+ relatives. The Two Spirit Pow Wow will be co-sponsored by the Utah Pride Center.         This event is a community social powwow that will feature pow wow dancers & drums, community presentations & resources, a cake walk & more! We look forward to seeing you there!

If you’re interested in volunteering, please sign up at https://signup.com/go/cMZaQsN. Any other questions regarding the powwow, please call (801) 214-7687 or email msanchez@iwic.org.

 

31st ANNUAL

HOLIDAY
ARTS MARKET

DECEMBER 5 & 6, 2020

Saturday 10AM - 6 PM
Sunday 10 am - 5 pm

Days util the 31st Annual Holiday Arts Market
Dec. 5 & 6, 2020
Happening NOW!

Questions? Contact Rad Cuch at rcuch@iwic.org

Location

The Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake is centrally located in Salt Lake City at 120 West 1300 South, near the 1300 South “Ballpark” TRAX Station, which is located directly west of the Center. Smith’s Ballpark is located across the street to the southeast, and major retailers such as WalMart, Lowe’s and Home Depot are located nearby on Third West. UTA TRAX and bus routes provide easy access to and from downtown, the University of Utah and communities as far south as Midvale, Draper and Sandy. Combining UTA TRAX and Frontrunner services allows residents from Provo and Ogden public transportation access to the Center.

Artists

Bernice Begay

Navajo

Anna Benally

Navajo

Harry Bert

Kachina Carver

Marjorie Bilagody

Beadwork
Navajo

Sarena Boyd

Silversmith
Navajo

Daisy Clah

Navajo

Rad Cuch

Paintings
Northern Ute

Teresa Daniels

Jewelry & Kachina
Navajo

Randy Dukepoo

Pottery, Paintings, & Woodcarvings
Hopi, Laguna

Honey- Rhonda Duvall

Navajo

Palmer Gambler

Contemporary Designs
Navajo

Yvonne Gorman

Beadwork
Navajo

Louise Keral

Navajo

Renee Harrison

Navajo

Michael Haswood

Navajo

Rose Jakub

Navajo

Eugene LaRose

Painting & Pottery
Northern Ute

Stanley Lee

Navajo

Jeronimo Lozano

Retablo an Andean Folk Art
Inca
+
PokYa-Machupicchu

Arlene Max

Navajo

John Padilla

Leo Platero

Katherine Poleviyaoma

Pottery
Acoma

Jennifer Powless

Clothing
Oneida
Navajo

Patricia Ray

Handcarved stone & shell fetishes, silversmith, beadwork.
Navajo

Joe Reano

Santo Domingo

Nino Reyos

Flute
Pueblo
Northern Ute

Elsie Stanley

Turquoise Jewelry & Beadwork
Navajo

Marcelino Tabango

Kichwa

Diane Taylor

Santa
Clara Pueblo

Steve Todachiny

Navajo

Jayne White

Cynthia Yazzie

Pottery
Navajo