Mohawk and Abenaki Art Market

Saturday and Sunday, August 25-26

10:00 am – 5:00 pm

We are pleased to announce the new Mohawk and Abenaki Art Market featuring regional Indigenous artists showcasing their unique artwork. Featuring traditional and contemporary art, artists may show in a variety of categories including: Basketry, Two-Dimensional Art, Beadwork & Quillwork, Photography, Textiles, Pottery & Sculpture, Wooden Carving, Jewelry, and Diverse Cultural Art Forms.

Special performances on Saturday, August 25 with the Kontiwennenhawi – Akwesasne Women Singers. (

Check back soon for more information.

Special thanks to our Native American Artist Advisory Committee members Sue Ellen Herne, Denise Watso, Angelica Nolett, Annette Nolett, Terrill O’Brien, Niioieron Perkins, Natasha Smoke Santiago, and Wilma Cook Zumpano.

Planning for the Mohawk & Abenaki Art Market was supported by the New York Council on the Arts.

Call for Artists


The Mohawk and Abenaki Art Market is open to Indigenous artists from federally recognized Mohawk & Abenaki Nations in the United States and Canada.  The Adirondack Experience complies with the Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990.  For more information on the Indian Arts and Crafts Act, please see

To apply as an artist, please visit