CNAF is hosted by The Smoki Museum of American Indian Art and Culture, the City of Prescott, and the Granite Mountain Gourd Society. This family-focused festival will display, demonstrate and sell quality Native creations by Contemporary Native Artists. These will include fine art, music, tattoo art, skateboard design, comic book graphic art, dance, fashion design, spoken word, and more!!! The event will encompass an entire city block for this 2- day festival celebrating today’s Indigenous people and art! Artist exhibits will be located along North Arizona Avenue, with spaces dedicated to areas of focus. Skateboard artists will be in front of the skatepark, where we hope to have pro and semi-pro skating demonstrations. Tattoo artists and fine two- dimensional artists will be in the pueblo building of the museum campus to insure privacy for tattoo artists, and safety for the art of our painters. Performances will occur in the Grace M. Sparkes Memorial Activity Center, where there is plenty of room for our planned Indigenous fashion show, Two-Spirit pageant, music, and spoken word presentations. The contest powwow by the Granite Mountain Gourd Society will be held on the beautifully maintained grass field at Ken Lindley Park.