Admission to the pubic is free. This is a non-commercial show. The exhibitor hall is air-conditioned with excellent lighting. Lunch provided by the local 4-H club. Ribbons given for both educational and artifact exhibits.
We have space for 140 tables (6 foot or 8 foot). Exhibitor tables are free. Sales of educational material is permitted with a fee of $35 per table.
1. The Nebraska Artifact Show is a non-commercial show and as such the buying and selling of antiquities is strictly prohibited. This includes but is not limited to: the pricing of antiquities whether verbally or with price tags, handshake deals, and other avenues of commercialization.
2. All advertising related to the buying and selling of artifacts is strictly prohibited. Personal cards may be utilized as long as they do not represent that a person is a dealer or a buyer or seller of antiquities.
3. Exhibitors must display genuine artifacts that have been legally obtained. The display of reproductions (except for educational purposes and labeled as such), fake artifacts and unrelated items is prohibited.
4. The display of human remains and known or suspected burial items is prohibited.
5. The show host reserves the right to ask any exhibitor to remove items from their display.
6. All exhibits must be removed by 6 p.m. the day of the show.
7. The Nebraska Archaeological Society is not responsible for theft, damage or loss of exhibitor items. We recommend that all of your artifacts be displayed under glass to avoid mishandling and theft.
Featured speakers will be Dr. Brad Logan and Dr. Lauren Ritterbush, of Kansas State University. Attendees will have the opportunity to throw atlatl darts. The National Park Service will have a Junior Ranger program for kids.