2017 Native American Art Studies Association Conference

Wed, October 25 2017, 8:00 AM - Sat, October 28 2017, 10:00 PM [EST]

100 East 2nd Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States


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On-Site Registration Partial Approval -$155.00

Standard Membership Partial Approval - $50.00

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Basic/Student/Independent Membership Partial Approval -$35.00

Patron Membership Partial Approval - $135.00

Regular Registration Partial Approval -$130.00

Available September 9 - October 13, 2017

Banquet Partial Approval - $35.00

October 28, 2017 PostOak Lodge

Early Bird Registration Partial Approval -$105.00

Available through September 8, 2017

Late Registration Partial Approval - $155.00

Available October 14-25, 2017

Pre-Conference Tour, Osage Nation Partial Approval -$60.00

Wednesday, October 25, 2017 all day

Pre-Conference Tour, Cherokee Nation Partial Approval - $45.00

October 25, 2017 all day

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Event Information

Wed, October 25 2017, 8:00 AM - Sat, October 28 2017, 10:00 PM [EST]

About the Event

The 21st biennial Native American Art Studies Association conference will be held October 25-28, 2017 in Tulsa, Oklahoma at the Hyatt Regency Tulsa.


A Board-sponsored reception opens the program on Wednesday evening, followed by conference sessions Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. On Thursday and Friday evenings museums and galleries in Tulsa will host receptions, and the program will conclude with a Saturday evening banquet. Additional pre- and post-conference tours are scheduled for Wednesday and Sunday. For more on NAASA and the conference, see: http://nativearts.org 


Please note that a current (2017-2019) NAASA membership is required for all conference attendees.

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About the Organizer

The Native American Art Studies Association (NAASA) is dedicated to encouraging the ongoing study and exchange of ideas on Native American art north of the Rio Grande and including the First Nations of Canada.