Asheville Art Museum in Asheville, NC, Hosts a Native American Marketplace – July 11, 2015


The Asheville Art Museum in Asheville, NC, is excited to host an Authentically Cherokee Native American Marketplace on Saturday, July 11, 2015, from noon – 5pm. This event will showcase work by members of Authentically Cherokee, a group of contemporary Cherokee artists from Cherokee, NC (historically referred to as the Qualla Boundary). Artists will not only sell their work, but also demonstrate their processes. Everyone in the community is encouraged to attend, learn, support and shop! Admission is free.


Founded by artists in 1948 in Asheville, NC, the Asheville Art Museum annually presents an exciting, inviting and active schedule of exhibitions and public programs based on its permanent collection of 20th and 21st century American art. Any visit will also include experiences with works of significance to Western North Carolina’s cultural heritage including Studio Craft, Black Mountain College and Cherokee artists. Special exhibitions feature renowned regional and national artists and explore issues of enduring interest. The Museum also offers a wide array of innovative, inspiring and entertaining educational programs for people of all ages.

Additional information on upcoming exhibitions and public programs at the Museum can be found online at (


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