The Woodland Indian Art Board is a community-based non-profit organization created to expand the awareness and appreciation of Woodland Indian Arts and Culture through education, events and markets. They bring Woodland Indian Artists together to raise awareness of the distinct artistic styles and cultures of upper Midwest and northeastern regions of United States and Canada. They contribute to the growing economy with sales for their art work. WIAB operates within the Oneida Nation in Wisconsin Reservation. The organization has been produced an annual Show and Market for more than eight consecutive years. Events educate the public about the unique culture and history of the artists and include classes, silent auction, youth art show, juried art competition and music performances.