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Published: 03/30/2009

American Indian Week: Pueblo Days

Saturday through Sunday, April 18-26
Albuquerque celebrates American Indian Week with a variety of festivities.

Traditional Native American Dance Performances

April 18 & 19
Great American Indian Dancers   11am & 2pm   Plains
Zuni Olla Maidens   12pm & 3pm   Zuni
Walatowa Dancers   1pm & 4pm   Jemez
April 20
Little Ponies/ White Horse Dancers    11am & 2pm   Dakota, Santo Domingo & San Felipe

April 21
Sunshine Dance Group   11am & 2pm   Zuni
April 22
Red Turtle Dancers   11am & 2pm   Pojoaque
April 23
Red Turtle Dancers   11am & 2pm   Pojoaque   
Danza Azteca de Anahuac    12pm & 2pm    Aztec
April 24
White Mountain Apache Crown Dancers 11am & 1pm   Apache         
Cellicion Traditional Zuni Dancers   12pm & 2pm    Zuni

April 25 & 26
Twin Trails Dancers    11am & 2pm    Navajo

Artist Demonstrations - Meet the artists!

April 18 & 19
Sculptor/Painter   Greg Analla   Isleta/ Laguna
April 20 
Potter   Pam Lujan-Hauer   Taos
Metalsmith   Greg Lewis   Acoma
April 21
Metalsmith   Greg Lewis   Acoma

April 22
Mixed crafts   Delfino Aguilar & Patricia Pacheco    Santo Domingo
April 24
Potter   Irvin Lewis   Acoma
April 25 & 26
Painter   Michelle Tsosie Sisneros   Santa Clara/ Navajo
Fetish Carver   Todd Westika   Zuni
Potter   Delores Toya   Jemez
Potters    Leland & Flo Vallo   Acoma

Saturday & Sunday April 25-26 Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Spring Indian Art Market

Buy direct from 50 Native American Indian artists
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