American Indian Arts Marketplace

Join us November 14 & 15, 2020!

About the Event

The largest Native American arts fair in Southern California, the Autry’s American Indian Arts Marketplace features 200 artists from more than 40 Native nations. Buy sculpture, pottery, beadwork, basketry, photography, paintings, jewelry, textiles, wooden carvings, mixed-media works, and more from top Native artists.

Plus, enjoy a full weekend of food, performances, children’s activities, artist demonstrations, and the annual Short Play Festival from Native Voices, the Autry’s award-winning resident theatre company. See the schedule of weekend performances and activities.

Autry Members shop early from a selection of the finest in contemporary and traditional artworks at Southern California’s largest American Indian arts market. Sale opens to the public at 10:00 a.m. and includes admission to the Autry Museum.



Getting Here

Parking is always free at 4700 Western Heritage Way, directly in front of the Autry. Overflow parking is available across the street at the L.A. Zoo for $8-10. (We recommend a ride-hailing service such as Lyft/Uber for those seeking to avoid congestion.)

The Autry is conveniently located just off the I-5 and 134 Freeways, but please note that some planned freeway construction is taking place in the area. We recommend the suggested routes below (if traveling to the Marketplace by freeway). Please consult your favorite traffic routing app for the most recent traffic conditions.

From the south (if taking the I-5 northbound):

Due to construction work on the I-5 North in Burbank, the Zoo Drive exit on the I-5 N might experience traffic delays. Rather than taking this exit, we recommend motorists traveling north on the 5 take the Los Feliz Blvd. exit, turn left onto Los Feliz Blvd., and then turn right on Crystal Springs Dr., which leads to Western Heritage Way and the Autry.

From the east and west:

Exits may be closed due to a recent brush fire. We recommend taking surface streets or using GPS to identify alternate exits from the 134 Freeway.

 See maps and details.

On Display in the Marketplace Grounds

  • tomol, or traditional plank canoe, brought by the Chumash Maritime Association
  • A Lakota tipi, created by noted Lakota artist Rex “Wambli Sapa” Carolin