Glenpool Conference Center

February 5-6-7, 2016

Celebrating 28 years of Native American art, music, culture, and tradition

Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival

Showcasing Fine Art and Tradition

30 Years of Excellence
Honoring the Spirit of the American Indian

The Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival is a cultural celebration of the American Indian.

Come to this 30th annual event to enjoy a fine art show, cultural exhibitions, traditional dancing, entertainment, storytelling and much more. The art market is open to the public and features a wide assortment of traditional and contemporary Native American art.

The Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival will host nationally recognized painters, potters, bead workers, jewelers and cultural designers who will gather at the Glenpool Conference Center to celebrate the 30th annual festival. The "Honoring Our Native Languages" seminar will be held Saturday, Feb. 6 at 2 pm (open to the public), and the Princess Honor Dance will be held at 1 pm on Sunday, Feb. 7.

Daily General Admission: $10.00

3-Day Pass: $20.00

Students / Seniors (55+): $5.00

Veterans: Free Daily General Admission

Children Age 10 and under: Free

All Native Foods & Entertainment Daily

Sponsorship & Forms

Download 2016 Sponsorships/Premiere Night FormPDF

Download Advertising Rates for Festival Program PDF

Download Artist's Package PDF

Download Student Package PDF

Download College Booth Form PDF

Download the GTIAF 2016-2017 Princess Application PDF


The Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival sponsors this art show as an expression of support for American Indian art as a recognized style. GTIAF does not represent or suggest, either expressly or implied that any given artist is a registered tribal member or eliglble for tribal membership. The Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival is in compliance with the "Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990" and the Oklahoma "American Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1974."