2021 AITC Artisans

AITC artisans are located in a highly trafficked conference area, allowing them to connect directly with AITC attendees and share their art.

Nez Perce Traditions Gift Shop (Nez Perce)

Kawika Lum-Nelmida (Ho’ohulu Hawai’i)

Rafina Canyon

Ben Begay’s Fine Dineh Jewelry

Waterbird Studios

Lomayoosi Designs Quechan/ Hopi Metalsmith

ACONAV

Native Swann

Tim Blueflint Ramel (Bad River Chippewa/Comanche)

Native Company

Southwest Indian Jewelry

Shinymoon Creations

Lisa Slim

Acoma Pueblo Pottery

AGD & Associates (Navajo)

Marjorie Bilagody (Navajo)

McCabe Arts

Canyon Design Jewelry

Sunset Arts and Crafts

A Warm Thank You to Our Partners

Bureau of Indian Affairs

Bureau of Indian Affairs Logo

Native American Agriculture Fund

Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail

Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail

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Education & Training

Technical assistance and training is the heartbeat of our work at AIANTA. We provide general and tailored technical assistance, training and education in a variety of ways.

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International Outreach

AIANTA plays a critical role in supporting the National Travel and Tourism Strategy to bring more visitors to the United States, especially in our participation at trade shows internationally and domestically, to promote tourism in Indian Country.

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Membership

Through AIANTA membership, tribes, the tourism industry and other partners form a dynamic network of shared experiences, resources and support.

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