THE SAN FRANCISCO TRIBAL & TEXTILE ARTS SHOW is the leading art fair devoted to the arts of tribal cultures in the United States. Crafted to meet the needs of tribal art collectors and enthusiasts, THE SAN FRANCISCO TRIBAL & TEXTILE ARTS SHOW presents a comprehensive selection of national and international galleries representing the arts of Asian, Oceanic, African, Native American and Latin American indigenous peoples.
The 80 participating galleries have been carefully vetted by a team of experts to ensure quality and have earned a reputation for exhibiting rare and unique pieces within the field.
This year the San Francisco Tribal & Textile Arts Show is being held in conjunction with The American Indian Art Show/Marin, bringing together two historic shows to create one of the most important and exciting weekends of the year for Tribal & Textile Arts and American Indian Art.
Thousands of years ago our ancestors from Africa, Australia, the Pacific, the Americas and Europe, created objects and fiber works to communicate with one another, as well as with their gods and spirits. The San Francisco Tribal & Textile Arts Show exhibits works made by these indigenous peoples, showcasing craftsmanship and techniques that have been passed down from the dawns of their respective civilizations.
Opening Night: February 18
Show Dates: February 19-21
Fort Mason Center