Outdoor sale features traditional Cherokee art

The Qualla Arts and Crafts Mutual will host an open-air native art market on Sept. 1 on Tsali Boulevard in Cherokee.

The free daylong event will offer traditional Cherokee food and displays of beadwork, basket weaving, sculpture and woodworking crafted by Cherokee artisans practicing hundreds-of-years-old art techniques.

The Open-Air Indian Art Market provides a great opportunity to ask questions of traditional and contemporary Cherokee artists. Artwork will be available for purchase.

828.497.3103 or www.cherokee-nc.com.

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