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Native POP: People of the Plains is an art market featuring Native artists.
Native POP: People of the Plains is an art market featuring Native artists.
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March 10, 2016

Artists Invited To Apply For Native POP Market

A Native American art market has become an annual summer event in Rapid City's Main Street Square, and Native POP: People of the Plains is seeking applications from enrolled tribal members who want to participate in 2016, reports South Dakota Public Broadcasting

Native POP started in 2013 as a Gathering of People, Wind and Water, but the group changed its name in February 2016 and declared the art market would be an annual event. In 2016, the event will take place July 15-16. The application deadline is March 31.

The show aims to reinterpret the traditional art market and celebrate the historic and contemporary values of Native artists. Both emerging and established Native artists have participated.

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