Here at Kachina House we love to share our collection of Native American art and jewelry with the rest of the world. One way to do this is by travelling to art and trade shows, where we can join other artists and retailers in displaying both our one-of-a-kind works and our bestselling items.
We are particularly excited about an event being held this Saturday, January 4th, in Tucson, Arizona. The Western National Parks Association is hosting a Hopi Katsina show and sale at their store from 10 AM to 4:30 PM. The address of the store is 12880 N. Vistoso Village Dr.
The event will feature, according to the WNPA, “a remarkable selection of traditional and contemporary Katsina carvings from the finest Hopi artists.” There will also be talks on the history of Katsina art at both 11 AM and 2 PM. We are happy to point out that there is no charge to enter, and anyone is welcome to join the fun. Even better, all purchases will help support national parks in the region.
The Western National Parks Association works with the National Parks Service to build support and advocacy for our cherished national parks. They play a major role in developing the programs and services that keep visitors returning to the parks year after year.
You can find more information on the event here. If you live in or near Tucson, Arizona, we welcome you to join us in this great opportunity to explore and celebrate Hopi Katsinam.