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562 Peace Pipe Road
P.O. Box 786
Lac du Flambeau, WI 54538
(Downtown near the Smoke Shop)
Winter Hours (Nov 1 - May 1)
Closed for the Winter.
Our complete inventory is available in our Online Store.
Summer 2014 Hours (May 14 - Oct 15)
Sun & Mon: Closed
Tue & Wed: 10am - 5pm
Thursday: 10am - 7pm
Fri & Sat: 10am - 5pm
Our online store features Native American birch bark baskets, carvings, beadwork, jewelry, and unique gifts.
Our gallery features traditional and contemporary artwork from Native American artists from across the Woodland region.
The Art Center works with musicians, writers, dancers, and other contemporary Native Artists to showcase their work.
The Art Center offers classes, workshops, demonstrations, and a full range of Native artistic programming.
Boozhoo, Posoh, Hello. Welcome to The Woodland Indian Art Center located in Lac du Flambeau, in Northern Wisconsin.
The Woodland Indian Art Center is home to a Native art gallery featuring the artwork of Native American artists from across Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Indiana, Canada and other Woodland areas. Traditional and contemporary artwork including beaded moccasins, fish decoy carvings, birch bark baskets, jewelry, paintings, prints, photography, Native music, and more are for sale. We invite everyone to visit the gallery and discover a unique work of art to purchase as a gift or for yourself!
The Art Center, adjacent to the gallery space offers classes, workshops, demonstrations, and a full range of Native artistic programming. Classes in beading and moccasin making, fish decoy carving, birch bark basket making, and more are offered year round. All levels of classes are available. If your group has a special interest in Native art we will customize classes with qualified instructors to meet your requirements.
The Art Center is multidisciplinary and works with musicians, writers, dancers, and other contemporary Native Artists. The Art Center also assists Native artists with entrepreneurial skill development, leadership training, financial literacy, technical assistance, mentoring, e-commerce, sales and marketing, and networking. If you are a Native American artist and would like more information on upcoming training and opportunities at the Woodland Indian Art Center please contact us.