Yanaguana Indian Arts Festival returns to San Antonio's Briscoe Museum Saturday

Activities include pow wow-style drum circles and dancing, storytelling and craft-making.

click to enlarge A variety of performances will be held throughout the day. - Courtesy Photo / Briscoe Western Art Museum
Courtesy Photo / Briscoe Western Art Museum
A variety of performances will be held throughout the day.
In celebration of people who played an instrumental role in shaping the city of San Antonio, the Yanaguana Indian Arts Festival is an all-day cultural celebration of Native American identity and achievement.

Scheduled throughout the day, activities including pow wow-style drum circles and dancing by United San Antonio Pow Wow and Enemy Horse Drumming, storytelling by Amy Bluemel and more. The gathering will conclude with a flute performance by renowned artist and educator Tim Blueflint.

Also look out for craft-making activities, including pinch pot sculpting and cardboard loom weaving, as well as art demonstrations held in the Jack Guenther Pavilion.

Free, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 11, Briscoe Western Art Museum, 210 W. Market St., (210) 299-4499, briscoemuseum.org.

Subscribe to SA Current newsletters.

Follow us: Apple News | Google News | NewsBreak | Reddit | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter| Or sign up for our RSS Feed


Since 1986, the SA Current has served as the free, independent voice of San Antonio, and we want to keep it that way.

Becoming an SA Current Supporter for as little as $5 a month allows us to continue offering readers access to our coverage of local news, food, nightlife, events, and culture with no paywalls.

Join today to keep San Antonio Current.

Scroll to read more Things to Do articles

Join SA Current Newsletters

Subscribe now to get the latest news delivered right to your inbox.