What is Iontkahthóhtha’?
Iontkahthóhtha’ (A Place To Look) is an annual event showcasing contemporary and traditional artwork created by Onkwehón:we. 2021 was exhibition format. 2022 will be an art fair format. Iontkahthóhtha’ is happening October 12th to 17th, 2022. (Wednesday to Sunday) and will take place on the Mohawk Territory of Kahnawà:ke.
What type of artwork is accepted?
We accept artworks of all forms. Beadwork, Sculpture, Photography, Painting, Sketchings, Woodwork, Basket Weavings, ect. Craftsmanships such as textiles and clothing will be eligible for the vendor sections.
How much does it cost to register for the art fair?
It is free for artists and vendors to participate in this art fair.
What is the timeline for the art fair?
Day 1 and 2
Wednesday October 13th and Thursday October 14th. Reserved for setup and artist interaction. A big part of this art fair is to bring Indigenous artists together.
Day 1 will be for artists to take their time setting up their work.We encourage artists to help each other install their work. There will also be helpers on site during the installation days.
Day 2 will be a day for networking, meeting and mingling with other artists while viewing their work.
Day 3 and 4
Friday October 15th and Saturday October 16th. Open to the public. Outdoor vendors will set up in the morning.
Sunday October 17th. Take down and wrap up!