Showcasing Fine Art and Tradition
Celebrating 28 years of Native American art, music, culture, and tradition
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2018 Festival

2017 Professional Artist Winners

Monetta Trepp Best of Show Award

Elmer Yungotsuna

Paintings

1st: Dana Tiger
2nd: Gwen Coleman Lester
3rd: Jon Tiger
Honorable Mention: Tim Nevaquaya

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Graphics

1st: Jon Tiger
2nd: Skip Rowell
3rd: Gwen Coleman Lester

Sculpture

1st: Clancy Gray
2nd: Eddie Morrison
3rd: Walter Torres

Pottery

1st: Mel Cornshucker
2nd: Patricia Baxter Shebola
3rd: Cynthia Yazzie

Cultural Crafts

1st: Randy Dukepoo
2nd: William Harjo
3rd: Cliff Wilson, Jr.

Jewelry

1st: Nelson Garcia
2nd: Emilio Marguerite Chavez
3rd: Lester Ortiz

2017 Student Art Winners

Best in Show

Madeleine Freeman, Dove Science Academy

Best in Division

College – Breana Hill, College of Muscogee Nation
Grades 9-12 – Vanessa Myers, Ardmore
Grades 6-8 – Lydia Killion, Grove

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College Categories

1st Place Traditional - Faith Harjo, George Washington University
1st Place Drawing - Hope Harjo, Oral Roberts University
1st Place Painting - Breana Hill, College of Muscogee Nation

Grades 9-12 Categories

Drawing

1st Place – Vanessa Myers, Ardmore
2nd Place – Jaylee Lowe, Glenpool
3rd Place – Robin Tubby, Riverside

Painting

1st Place – Jerria Sadongei, Riverside
2nd Place – Jay Fife, Preston
3rd Place - Vanessa Myers, Ardmore
Honorable Mention – Rebecca Lucky, Grove

Sculpture

1st Place – Madeleine Freeman, Dove Science Academy
2nd Place – Dominique Alvarez, Ardmore
3rd Place – Rachel Driver, Booker T. Washington

Traditional

1st Place – Aeneas Freeman, Dove Science Academy
2nd Place – Madeleine Freeman, Dove Science Academy
3rd Place – Jay Fife, Preston

Photography

1st Place – Katey Butler, Booker T Washington
2nd Place – Aeneas Freeman, Dove Science Academy
3rd Place – Katey Butler, Booker T Washington

Jewelry

1st Place – Aeneas Freeman, Dove Science Academy
2nd Place – Madeleine Freeman , Dove Science Academy
3rd Place - Jay Fife, Preston

Grades 6-8 Categories

Traditional

1st Place – Gabe Toomey, Grove
2nd Place – Autumn Johnson, Grove
3rd Place – Mackenzie Bales, Lone Star

Sculpture

1st Place – Zoe Armstrong, Grove
2nd Place – Cody Richards, Grove
3rd Place – Micah Allen, Grove

Drawing

1st Place – Mason McGough, Grove
2nd Place – McKenzie Dirteater, Glenpool
3rd Place – Alexis Delay, Grove

Painting

1st Place – Lydia Killion, Grove
2nd Place – Autumn Lindsay, Grove
3rd Place – Haley Jefferson, Ardmore

Jewelry

1st Place – Asten Chancey, Lone Star


The Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival is a cultural celebration of the American Indian.

The Festival includes a national, juried fine art show, cultural exhibitions, traditional dancing, entertainment, storytelling and much more. The art market is open to the public and features a wide assortment of traditional and contemporary Native American art, including nationally recognized painters, potters, bead workers, jewelers and cultural designers.

Join us on February 10-11-12, 2017 at the Glenpool Conference Center to celebrate the Festival's 30th Anniversary!

Ticket Prices

Daily Admission
$10.00
See below
Students &
Seniors (55+)
$5.00
Veterans &
Age 10 & Under
Free

Sweetheart Deal for Daily General Admission



Student Art



NOTICE

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.