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First Stanford American Indian Art Market scheduled for Nov. 23

STANFORD -- The First Stanford Native American Art Market, sponsored by the university's American Indian Program Office and operated by the Stanford Native American Graduate Students, has been scheduled for Big Game day, Saturday, Nov. 23.

Intended as an annual event to complement the spring Stanford Powwow, the fall Native American Art Market will display and sell traditional and contemporary arts and crafts created by local Native Americans. The full range of American Indian arts will be represented, including silver and turquoise jewelry, baskets, beadwork, drums, paintings, pottery and rugs. The artisans and vendors hope to attract holiday shoppers as well as fans from both sides of the Bay who will be on campus for the Stanford-Cal Big Game.

The art market will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in White Plaza. The event is open to the public, with no charge for admission. For more information, contact Bill Bray at (415) 725-6944.



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