By Staff Writer
The 2013 Tulsa Indian Art Festival will be held February 8-10 at the Glenpool Conference Center, Hwy. 75 and 121st St., in Glenpool, Oklahoma.
The featured artist for 2013 is Kimberly Greene-Bugg of the Oneida Six-Nations. The Premiere Night Benefit Dinner will be held on Thursday February 8, 2013, at 7pm. Greeters for Premiere Night, Feb. 8 (7 pm) at the Tulsa Indian Art Festival will be Miss Indian Oklahoma – Brittany Hill; Pawnee Nation Princess – Hope Harjo; and Tulsa Powwow Princess – Erica Moore. RSVP’s needed for this Scholarship Fundraiser Benefit: e-mail info@tulsaindianartfestival or call 918.298.2300. $35 individual, $500 for tables of 8. Entertainment, dinner, silent & live auctions.
The Muscogee (Creek) Nation Veterans Honor Guard will open Premiere Night by presenting the colors and will stay throughout the evening’s event to retire the colors.
Valet parking is arranged for guests.
The Tulsa Indian Art Festival is a project of National Indian Monument & Institute, Inc. The Festival is a non-profit, all volunteer network sponsoring scholarships in visual & performing arts to qualified American Indian Students.
Entry forms for artists and students are online at http://www.tulsaindianartfestival.com. Sponsorship/Advertising opportunities available – we appreciate your support!
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