87th Annual Hopi Festival of Arts & Culture


For to the health and safety of all of our artists, visitors and staff, this year's festival's has been postponed to 2021.

We look forward to welcoming you back soon.

2020 Festival Information

This year the Zuni, Hopi, and Navajo festivals have been postponed to 2021.

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Festival: Postponed to 2021

Weekend Pass:$20 adult, $12 youth/student/American Indian
Daily Admission:
$15 adult; $8 youth (10-17) & student (with ID), and $8 American Indian (with tribal ID)
Free for Museum members, NAU Students & children 9 & under

Exclusive Member Preview: Postponed to 2021

2021 Event Schedule Coming Soon.

Hopi Artists (2020)

Please visit the official 2020 Heritage Festival website for full listing of artists.
(In Alphabetical Order)

Renee Archambeau, Pottery / Katsinas

Alice Dashee, Pottery

Marvene Dawahoya, Sifter Baskets

Nuvadi Dawahoya, Wood Carvings

Jonah Hill, Jewelry

Lester Honaveama, Traditional Katsinas

Watson Honanie, Inlay Jewelry

Akema Honyumptewa, Weavings / Paintings

Marie Honyumptewa, Beadwork / Textiles

Joseph Jennifer, Textiles / Fashion

Brian Jai Keith, Wood Sculpture / Drawings / Paintings

Gerald Lomaventewa, Jewelry

Curtis Naseyowma, Contemporary Katsinas

Bryson Nequatewa, Glasswork / Dolls

Lorene Nequatewa, Photography / Textiles

Eli Taylor, Traditional / Contemporary Katsinas

White Swann, Pottery