Verde Valley Archaeology Center
Festival of American Indian Arts
September 27th – 29th, 2013
If you are interested in Native American art, music, history and film you will not want to miss the Festival of American Indian Arts, hosted by the Verde Valley Archaeology Center, taking place this coming weekend! The festival kicks off in Sedona, Arizona on Friday September 27th with the 2013 Native American Film Night taking place at the Sedona Creative Life Center. Then on September the 28th – 29th the American Indian Arts Show and the new event Canyon Record Artist Showcase will take place a short distance away in Camp Verde. Below you will find information on the festival events and directions to Camp Verde from Sedona.
Native American Film Night
September 27th, 2013 (7:00 pm)
The Native American Film Night provides a venue for feature films, shorts, videos and documentaries of USA American Indian and Canada First Nation communities. Two films will be shown by Native American filmmakers, plus the premiere of a 1957 film of “Lost Dances of the Hopi Cliff Dwellers” restored through a grant to the Hopi Tribe and the Verde Valley Archaeology Center. This event will take place in the Great Room of the Sedona Creative Life Center and tickets will be $10 per person. For more information on this event please visit the Native American Film Night.
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Canyon Record Artist Showcase – Camp Verde
September 28th, 2013 (7:00 pm)
Part of the Festival of American Indian Arts, this concert features the White Mountain Apache Crown Dancers, the group Estun-Bah, cedar flutist Anthony Wakeman, world champion hoop dancer Tony Duncan and his wife Violet, and Grammy-nominated Navajo singer Radmilla Cody. This event will be held in the 425-seat Camp Verde Multi-Use Complex Auditorium, 370 Camp Lincoln Road, Camp Verde, AZ Tickets start at just $20. For more information on this event please visit Canyon Record Artist Showcase.
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Festival of American Indian Arts Show – Camp Verde
September 28th – 29th, 2013 (10:00 am – 4:00 pm)
The Verde Valley Archaeology Center recognizes the American Indian heritage of the Verde Valley with an annual Festival of American Indian Art for artists from throughout Arizona and the Southwest. The event promotes greater public appreciation and understanding of American Indian artistry, encourages artistic achievement in a variety of media and establishes a stronger market for American Indian art.This event will take place at the Camp Verde Community Center. For more information please visit the Festival of American Indian Arts.
Directions from the Best Western PLUS Inn of Sedona to Camp Verde, Arizona