The Oklahoma Indian Festival is a one day celebration of Native American art, culture, cusine and music.
Are you a Native American Artist? We would love to have you be a part of our events. You can find the application here.
Oklahoma Indian Festival is a volunteer organization founded by and run by artists with goal of sharing culture through art music, and food.
MaryBeth Timothy, Cherokee artist draws her inspiration from nature and native american themes. She is a multi-media artist and illustrator
Agitsi Stained Glass Artist Brandi Hines is a third generation Cherokee artist. In addition to making her stained glass creations she teaches her art.
Cherokee Copper is Modern Native American Jewelry Rooted in Tradtion. Each piece is made by hand by Cherokee Artist Greg Stice
Osage and Cherokee Artist Joe Don Brave is inspired by his Osage Culture.
Shana Lukinich joins us from the PNW. She is a Northern Arapaho and Metis. She pulls from both of these traditions in her original art.
Husband and wife leathersmiths Osceola and Genevieve create artisan leather bags belts and more.
Muscogee Creek Artist John Timothy style is pop with a dash of humor to sesaon.
Irari means Brother in Pawnee and Robie and Stephen White are the Turquoise brothers. They create beautiful jewelry together.
Jennifer is sharing her passion for making pottery by creating unique functional and decorative pieces .