Department E – Native American Crafts & Food

Any article exhibited in this department must be made and exhibited by the maker.  This department is not restricted to Native Americans.  Exhibitor may enter more than one exhibit in each class, provided that each item is different.  Please include description on entry form. For Exhibit Drop Off information see page 16.

Sub-Classes for Department E

  1. Child, 5 – 11 years
  2. Youth, 12 – 18 years
  3. Adult, 19 – 59 years
  4. Senior, 60+ years
  5. People with Disabilities

Division 1401 – Indian Arts and Crafts

Class/Description

  1. Baskets
  2. Pottery
  3. Weaving, must use native wool, hand woven
  4. Jewelry
  5. Beads
  6. Any other

Division 1402 – Native Foods

Class/Description

  1. Corn meal, blue
  2. Corn meal, white
  3. Sweet corn pudding meal
  4. Corn sweet, baked or dried, 1 quart
  5. Chili, dried, 1 string
  6. Squash, 1 quart
  7. Greens, 1 quart
  8. Native tea, 1 quart
  9. Acorn, 1 quart
  10. Dried cantaloupe
  11. Fresh corn rolls, dried, 1 quart
  12. Dried hominy, 1 quart
  13. Sprouted wheat, 1 quart
  14. Any other food or dried vegetable
  15. Tamales, 3

Division 1403 – Native Breads

Class/Description

  1. Fry bread, 3
  2. Blue bread, 3
  3. Sopapillas, 3
  4. Piki, without added color, 3
  5. Piki, fresh corn, 3
  6. Piki, chili, 3
  7. Piki, dyed with herbs, 3
  8. Kneel down bread, 3
  9. Fresh corn rolls, 3
  10. Adobe bread, baked in outdoor oven, ½ loaf
  11. Tortillas, flour, 3
  12. Tortillas, corn, 3
  13. Tortillas, whole wheat, 3
  14. Any other native bread, ½ loaves