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Gallup Intertribal Indian Ceremonial

Photo: Ron Mader, Gallup (Some rights reserved)

Gallup, New Mexico – Created in 1921, the Gallup Intertribal Indian Ceremonial is the longest-running, Native American art show in the country. The 2022 event will be the 100th Ceremonial, August 4-14. = Creado en 1921, el Ceremonial Indio Intertribal de Gallup es la exhibición de arte nativo americano más antigua del país. El evento de 2022 será el Ceremonial número 100, del 4 al 14 de agosto.

Key Links
gallupintertribalceremonial.com#100FacebookYouTube@GICeremonial

Google Maps
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Questions

  • How will this year’s ceremonial be different from previous events? = ¿En qué se diferenciará el ceremonial de este año de los eventos anteriores?
  • What would locals like visitors to know about the event? = ¿Qué le gustaría a la gente local que los visitantes supieran sobre el evento?
  • Will any portions of the ceremonial have livestreaming video? = ¿Alguna parte del ceremonial tendrá video de transmisión en vivo?
  • What are analog events in other countries? = ¿Qué son los eventos analógicos en otros países?

Background

The event features parades, dances, demonstrations, native foods, rodeos, pow-wow, song and dance, pageants, and folk art.

Gallup (Diné/Navajo): Naʼnízhoozhí) is the most populous city between Flagstaff and Albuquerque, along historic U.S. Route 66.

Videos

Spirit of the Ceremonial
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