The Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival is the largest inter-tribal fine art show in the Greater Tulsa Area and is ranked one of the best national fine art shows for authentic Native American art, featuring prestigious award-winning artists.
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The annual Festival includes a national, juried fine art show, cultural exhibitions, traditional dancing, entertainment, storytelling, and a Tribal Language Symposium.
Indian Territory Art Fair
The Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival presents the Indian Territory Art Fair on September 30, 2017 at the historic Perryman Ranch.
(The Perryman Ranch was the original Mvskoke Creek allotment of Mose Perryman, and before Oklahoma statehood was part of a 225,000 acre cattle operation by the Perrymans. The historic property is still a working 80-acre ranch.)
GTIAF 2017 Student Art: Aeneas Freeman, Dove Science Academy
GTIAF 2017 Student Art: Vanessa Myers - Ardmore Schools, Best in Division, Grades 9-12
GTIAF 2017 Student Art: Lydia Killion, Best in Division, Grades 6-8
Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival 2017 Student Art: Breana Hill, Best in Division - College Level
GTIAF 2017 Student Art: Best of Show - Madeleine Freeman
GTIAF 2017 Outstanding Native American Athlete: Dane Evans (Now signed with the Philadelphia Eagles)
GTIAF 2017 Outstanding Student Native American Athlete: Jackson Thomas
Skidi Star Leading Fox, Miss Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival 2017-2018
The Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival is in compliance with the "Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990," the Oklahoma "American Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1974" and its 2016 Amendment.