24th Annual Native American Art Auction
November 11-21, 2020
The Auction has ended. It was a fun and exciting new way to conduct our annual auction. You can take a look at the items we featured this year or donate using the button below if you didn't get a chance to during the auction!
November 11-21, 2020
This year, Suscol Intertribal Council will conduct its first Online Annual Native American Art Auction. The event will include a eleven-day long open auction of Native and Indigenous-made items and exciting experiences. The Online Native American Art Auction goes live at 11:00 am on Wednesday, November, 11th. We will kickoff our event via Facebook Live Thursday, November 12th at 11:00 am; RSVP to the Facebook event here. Then, throughout the course of the auction, Suscol Council will host three ticketed talks by up-and-coming Native American leaders and elders. A $20 donation gets you access to a talk to your choice, $50 to attend all three. The "Talks" Series are as follows: ● Talk #1 Friday, November 13th at 10:00 am: Charlie Toledo (Towa), Director of Suscol Intertribal Council, will describe the past twenty-five years of accomplishments of the organization.
● Talk #2 Saturday, November 14th at 10:00 am: Sal Garcia-Pinola, Coast Pomo Elder, will chat with Mae Vader, Administrative Assistant, about traditions and realities of adapting to the urbanized world after the isolation of reservation life.
● Talk #3 Wednesday, November 18th at 12:00 pm: Dr. Makha Blu Wakpa (Lakota) with Reyna Feather-Cruz, Pomo/Mixteca youth leader, discusses future dreams and concepts of Native Americans’ place in the modern world.
Donate through our website easily for a one-time or recurring payment. Proceeds from the event will go towards the construction of the Suskol House, a Native land base project in Chiles-Pope Valley, in the rural, northeastern part of Napa County. Bidding for the Online Native American Art Auction closes November 21st, 2020 at 7:00 pm. Contact email@example.com with questions. Check out some of what awaits you at the first-ever Suscol Intertribal Council Online Native American Art Auction below:
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Formerly known as Talahalusi (Beautiful Land), the Napa Valley is one of California's longest inhabited areas. Suscol Intertribal Council is dedicated to preservation of that rich, living culture in a contemporary setting.
Programs sponsored by Suscol Intertribal Council are funded by Napa County Mental Health Division's Mental Health Serives Act (MHSA), Prevention and Early Intervention component.