The Southeastern Indian Artists Association (SEIAA), a Native American-run not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization, is a group of artists and art supporters whose mission is to promote and educate the general public about the arts and artists of tribal peoples. The SEIAA (formerly Cherokee Artists Association), while a network of primarily Southeastern tribal artists, is supportive of all Federally Recognized Native artists. SEIAA is dedicated to education and the sharing of knowledge through meetings, networking, exhibition opportunities, public workshops and presentations.

SEIAA Membership has three tiers: Full, Associate, and Patron. Full Members are artists who are members of federally recognized tribes. Associate and Patron Members are any interested person, regardless of tribal affiliation or lack thereof. SEIAA complies with the Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990 and Full Members provide documentation of tribal membership.

SEIAA members regularly take part in shows and markets throughout the United States of America such as the Santa Fe Indian Market, Cherokee Art Market, and Eiteljorg Indian Market and Festival.

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