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This page will help to keep you up to date on what's happening around River Trading Post, and help you to enjoy collecting fine Native American art even more.

You can read our latest newsletter, Trading Post Times, sign up for our RSS feed for late breaking news around our place, listen to a River Trading Post podcast, find great tips about collecting Native American art...and even review your experiences with River Trading Post.

We hope that you enjoy this page, and all of us in the River Trading Post family hope to meet you personally in one of our galleries someday soon.



From Our Bookshelf: Tips On Collecting Native American Art

Here are some great tips about collecting Native American Art.  Whether a novice, or an experienced collector, we believe that these tips will be helpful as you add to your collection. Click on an image and enjoy flipping through the books below.

 


 


Sights and Sounds of River Trading Post

Our ten minute video will give you an inside look at each of our three galleries, as well as some of the great work by our featured artists.  Our mini-version is to your right.  Our full screen version
is right here.  We hope that you have the opportunity to visit with us in Chicagoland, Santa Fe or Scottsdale one day soon.  We believe you will find River Trading Post to be a special place.

 



River Trading Post Pod Network

River Trading Post Pod Network

For tips, tidbits, interviews, music and more enjoy the programs on the River Trading Post Pod Network.  You can subscribe to the River Trading Post Pod Network just by clicking on the green Podcast button up above. By subscribing, you will be able to watch and view our podcasts on your full screen, and get information about each podcast.  You'll also receive automatic updates as new podcasts are available. And, you can download your favorite River Trading Post podcasts and keep them with a part of your Native American Art collection.

In the meantime, you can also enjoy a sample our podcasts on the mini-viewer below. Just select a podcast of your choice, and enjoy. Oh, if you want to see the full screen video version, just double click on the program screen as you are viewing it.



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How To Sell Your Native American Art

We receive a lot of questions about how to go about selling pieces of people's Native American art. Most of the time it isn't as simple as you think, but it can be rewarding.  We have some sage "tips" for you if you just read this.

 



Know The Law Regarding Indian Arts and Crafts, and the Indian Arts and Crafts Board.

Before buying Indian arts or crafts at powwows, annual fairs, juried competitions, and other events, check the event requirements on the authenticity of products being offered for sale. Many events list the requirements in newspaper advertisements, promotional flyers, and printed programs. If the event organizers make no statements on compliance with the Act or on the authenticity of Indian arts and crafts offered by participating vendors, you should obtain written certification from the individual vendors that their Indian arts or craftwork were produced by tribal members or by certified Indian artisans.

Learn more about The Indian Arts And Crafts Act 


 

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