Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival
Showcasing Fine Art and Tradition
28 Years of Excellence
Honoring the Spirit of the American Indian
Join us for a celebration of Native American culture. Browse the art market, listen to traditional storytelling and music, enjoy authentic American Indian food, see student art, cultural demonstrations, dancing, and poetry.
Daily General Admission: $8.00
3-Day Pass: $10.00
Student/Senior Friday: $5.00
All Native Foods & Entertainment Daily
Miss Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival 2014 - Hope Harjo
Hope Harjo was crowned Miss Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival 2014 on Premiere Night (Jan. 31, 2014). Harjo is Pawnee, Muscogee Creek, and Choctaw. She is a junior biology major at Oral Roberts University with plans to attend medical school. Hope has served as Tulsa Powwow Club Princess (2010-2011) and Pawnee Nation Princess (2013). She is the daughter of Dr. Jim and Beverly Harjo of Tulsa, OK.
In Memoriam - Monetta Trepp, Co-Founder of the Festival
The family of Monetta Trepp was presented this Painted Pony – “Sounds of Thunder” in tribute to her memory by the Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival Planning Committee at its Premiere Night banquet, Jan. 31. The statue is signed by artists Bill Rabbit and Traci Rabbit. Monetta was the co-founder of the Festival.
Images from the 2014 Festival:
Sponsorship & Forms
Click here for list of 2013 Art Winners!
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."