About

Welcome to Santa Fe Native Art Week, a city-wide, celebration of the finest Native Art here in the Americas’ leading destination for Native Arts and culture. Here you can use our calendar to plan your participation, discover the details of each activity and link to Santa Fe’s major Native Art institutions, galleries and events. This year’s Native Art Week offers 10 days of curated Native art exhibitions of historic and contemporary objects, markets and shows, film screenings and gallery openings, culminating with the revered Santa Fe Indian Market. We hope this site and Native Art Week help you discover, learn about, enjoy and collect indigenous art from the U.S. and Canada. 


Members

Institutions


Southwestern Association for
Indian Arts, Inc. (SWAIA)

The Santa Fe Indian Market is the largest and most prestigious juried Native arts show in the world. Begun in 1922, today, Indian Market attracts over 100,000 visitors from all over the world, to buy art directly from roughly 1,000 artists from 200+ federally recognized tribes from the U.S. and Canada. Indian Market provides a rare opportunity to meet Native artists and learn about contemporary Indian arts and cultures. Quality and authenticity are the hallmarks of the Santa Fe Indian Market, which is produced by the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA), a non-profit organization that promotes Native art and artists.


Museum of International Folk Art
As one of the few museums in the United States dedicated to folk art from around the world, the Museum of International Folk Art expands the understanding of folk art and encourages dialogue about traditions, cultural identity, community, and aesthetics. The museum is a dynamic, multidimensional learning environment that is an integral part of community life. Our collection and programming provide important connections between past, present, and future folk art and related traditions. Over the years, the museum has grown to include the Hispanic Heritage Wing and Contemporary Hispanic Gallery, the Girard Wing, the Neutrogena Wing, and the Gallery of Conscience. Our vast and unique collections now number more than 130,000 examples of folk and traditional arts from around the world.

http://www.internationalfolkart.org

Institutions


Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, one of four museums in the Museum of New Mexico system, is a premier repository of Native art and material culture and tells the stories of the people of the Southwest from pre-history through contemporary art. The museum serves a diverse, multicultural audience through changing exhibitions, public lectures, field trips, artist residencies, and other educational programs. It is MIAC's mission to provide cross-cultural education to the many visitors to Santa Fe who take part in our programs and to New Mexican residents throughout the state. It is especially important that MIAC serve the Indian communities in our state and throughout the Southwest whose contemporary and ancestral cultures are represented in the museum's collections.

http://www.miaclab.org


The School for Advanced Research
A not-for-profit educational institution, was established in 1907 to advance innovative social science and Native American art.A not-for-profit educational institution, was established in 1907 to advance innovative social science and Native American art.

During Native Art Week you can journey through one of the world’s finest collections of Native American art with nearly 12,000 works from the sixth century to the present, the Center. Tours are scheduled Wednesday, August 15 (2:00 p.m.), Thursday, August 16 (2:00 p.m.), Friday, August 17 (10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.). Space is limited and reservations are required.


Institute for American Indian Art
It is the Mission of the Institute for American Indian Art, founded in 1962 “To empower creativity and leadership in Native Arts and cultures through higher education, life-long learning, and outreach.”  At IAIA our mission is more than a statement, it is the on-going objective of all that we do and all of our highly talented and dedicated faculty and staff.  It is our vision is to be the premier educational institution for Native arts and cultures.

83 Avan Nu Po Road
Santa Fe, NM 87508
P 505.424.2351
F 505.424.0050
eric.davis@iaia.edu
www.iaia.edu

Institutions


Wheelwright Museum
of the American Indian

Founded in 1937, The Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian is New Mexico’s oldest non-profit, independent museum. The Wheelwright offers unique exhibitions of contemporary and historic Native American art. We’re famous for our focus on little-known genres and for solo shows by living Native American artists.  We are the home of the Jim and Lauris Phillips Center for the Study of Southwestern Jewelry, the most comprehensive collection of Navajo and Pueblo jewelry in the world.  Our museum shop, the Case Trading Post, established in 1975, is one of Santa Fe’s oldest continuously operating galleries of Native American art, featuring the best in contemporary craft and fine arts by Native American artists, as well as a great selection of vintage and antique jewelry, ceramics, and textiles.

https://wheelwright.org/


The Ralph T. Coe Arts Center
Art You Can Touch…
Art That Touches You

With over 2,000 objects from around the world, we give you a hands-on experience, connecting with Indigenous peoples throughout history, through the objects they crafted. Extended Summer Hours 1 to 4 p.m. every Saturday in July and August. Admission is always free.

1590 B Pacheco Street
Santa Fe, NM 87505
505-983-6372

www.coeartscenter.org
info@coeartscenter.org


Events and Galleries


Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian’s Native Cinema Showcase
Held at the New Mexico History Museum, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian presents the 18th annual Native Cinema Showcase, screening more than 50 feature-length and short films representing nine countries and more than 33 Native Nations. The 2018 selections feature themes of justice as it applies to many different facets of Native life and community.

nmai.si.edu/ncs/


Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery
Exhibiting the finest in Southwest Native American pottery, we feature the work of Maria Martinez of San Ildefonso Pueblo. We consider our gallery to be an "educational retail experience" where our expert staff, with many years of museum service, is dedicated to making your visit most informative.
100 W. San Francisco Street
505 986 1234

Open Mon-Sat 10 am to 6 pm
Sun Noon to 6 pm

info@andreafisherpottery.com
www.andreafisherpottery.com


The Allan Houser Gallery
and Sculpture Garden
The downtown Gallery, at 125 Lincoln Ave, Ste 112, presents over 100 small and moderate scale artworks including bronze and stone sculpture, charcoal and pastel drawings, as well as tempera and acrylic paintings. It is open year-round Monday through Saturday from 10 am – 5 pm and features some of the most rate and desirable examples in all mediums.  In 1976, Allan Houser and his family acquired a 50-acre parcel of land in southern Santa Fe County populated with juniper and chamisa--and extensive views in all directions. In the years following, he built a group of studios and created an expansive outdoor garden to share his sculptural works with collectors, museum groups, and visitors from across the world.  The Sculpture Gardens remain a principle sales venue, displaying over 80 monumental works—both representational and abstract. An indoor gallery exhibits hundreds of drawings, paintings, and smaller sculptures and is included in guided tours offered weekdays throughout the year.  The Allan Houser Sculpture Gardens are open by appointment only; please call (505) 471-1528 to schedule tours or events.

www.allanhouser.com


WHITEHAWK Antique Indian & Ethnographic Art Show
The Whitehawk Shows have been a Santa Fe tradition for 40 years.  Called "the granddaddy of them all" by Maine Antique Digest's Alice Kaufman, these amazing shows offer something for everyone.  Each show boasts over 100 dealers and features merchandise not seen anywhere else.  The energy is high and the pace leisurely, so browse and enjoy yourself.  Our dealers are passionate about what they do and are happy to share their expertise.  A world of knowledge is yours for the asking!  Whitehawk's 40th Art Show starts with an opening night party on Friday, August 10, including heavy hors d'oeuvres and a complimentary drink.  We'll have live entertainment and a cash bar to add to the festivities.  The show continues from Saturday, Aug. 11th - Monday, Aug. 13th.

http://www.whitehawkshows.com
 


Nedra Matteucci Gallery
Since its founding in 1972, Nedra Matteucci Galleries has sought to expand and refine its diverse collection of important paintings and sculpture. Today, the gallery specializes in 19th and 20th century American art, including the Taos Society of Artists, artists of the American West, and masters of American Impressionism and Modernism. Leading contemporary painters and sculptors that represent the depth and diversity of modern western art are also a major part of the comprehensive collection of artists the gallery exhibits.

www.matteucci.com


Brant Mackley Gallery
Brant Mackley Gallery is proud to announce our new location at: 1405 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, New Mexico.  Offerings include exceptional antique 19th-early 20th Century Native American and World tribal art.  The August 2018 offerings will focus on Woodlands sculpture, Plains beadwork, Pueblo pottery, Eskimo and Northwest Coast objects.  Historic Native photography will be represented in the gallery as well.  We are open 11-5pm, Tuesday – Saturday.  We are also open by appointment, please call 505-670-2447 or email brant@bmgart.com to schedule a visit outside of normal business hours.

Additional free parking is available Monday – Friday from 8:00am – 9:00pm at the State Capitol Parking Facility municipal garage located at 485 Galisteo Street. There is also metered parking always available on Galisteo street next to the Parking Facility.

www.brantmackley.com

Events and Galleries


The Antique American
Indian Art Show

In the Railyard at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, NM.  When the world comes to Santa Fe for the best in American Indian art – Its heritage will be found at The Antique American Indian Art Show, at El Museo in The Railyard.

Opening Preview - Tues., August 14th 6-9 pm, $50 per person of the preview proceeds to benefit
KNME New Mexico PBS.

Show Hours: Weds., Thurs., Fri., August 15th – 17th (11am-5pm) $15 per person or $25 run of show.


Shiprock Santa Fe
For over 30 years, fifth-generation art dealer Jed Foutz, who was raised on the Navajo Nation in a prominent family of Indian art traders, has refined his singular vision into Shiprock Santa Fe's curated collection of historic and contemporary Navajo rugs and blankets, Native American jewelry, Pueblo pottery, sculpture, basketry, folk art and fine art by leading Native American artists.

53 Old Santa Fe Trail
2nd Floor Santa Fe, NM 87501
P 505 982 8478
F 505 989 1795

www.shiprocksantafe.com


The Peters Projects
Peters Projects is a contemporary Santa Fe art gallery housed in a massive adobe-style exhibition space. Our Multi-winged space hosts revolving painting, sculpture, and photography exhibitions by significant contemporary artists like Fernando Andrade, Kiki Smith, and Kent Monkman.

We specialize in showcasing the exciting new direction of contemporary and modern Native American art as well as First Nation artists challenging conceptions of Indigenous Identity and Culture. Peters Projects also highlights groundbreaking contemporary ceramics exploring history, culture, and decoration through objects and installation.

www.petersprojects.com


Gerald Peters Gallery
Established in Santa Fe in 1972, the Gerald Peters Gallery relocated to the historic Bandelier House in 2015. With a focus on specially curated exhibitions in the areas of Naturalism, Western Realism, and Classic to Contemporary Western Art, the Gerald Peters Gallery is home to over one hundred artists working in a variety of disciplines. The gallery represents numerous estates from the Santa Fe Art Colony artists, and works to showcase modernism in the region with notable exhibitions featuring Georgia O’Keeffe, John Sloan and other celebrated artists.

https://www.gpgallery.com


Santa Fe Art Auction
For 24 years, the Santa Fe Art Auction has featured a carefully curated selection of paintings, works on paper and prints by the Taos Society of Artists, Santa Fe Art Colony and Los Cinco Pintores; important paintings and bronzes by the Cowboy Artists of America; exceptional offerings by contemporary masters; and an impressive array of wildlife and sporting art. The Santa Fe Art Auction has proudly established a number of auction records, and has achieved market-setting results for works by Robert Henri, Ernest Blumenschein, Bert Geer Phillips, Willard Nash, Carl Rungius, Raymond Jonson, and Howard Terpning, among many others.  The 25th Annual Santa Fe Art Auction will take place Wednesday, November 10th at The Peters Project,1011 Paseo de Peralta,  1:30 pm MST.

www.santafeartauction.com


Faust Gallery Santa Fe
Faust Gallery is one of the leading galleries today that focuses on the highest quality American Indian Art and Jewelry.  Beginning in the 1960’s a handful of jewelers transformed what is known as “traditional jewelry” to their finest works of contemporary “wearable art” adored by collectors worldwide. Faust Gallery is excited to share with you 35 years in experience as we celebrate21 years in business with the opening of our new Santa Fe Gallery at 114 E. Palace Ave.

Considering the spectacular new direction in jewelry created by American Indian artists, I remember how Lovena described them as the American equivalent of Faberge. I also recall a quote by Pual Smith of New York’s American Craft Museum who said ” They ( the jewelers) have attended a whole new aesthetic level, keeping the vital connection with the past, yet transcending it. I believe these artists have given to jewelry what jazz gave to music –  a uniquely American contribution. They create beautiful works of art that can be worn, and by doing so, have earned international recognition”Bill Faust II

www.faustgallery.com

Events and Galleries


Objects of Arts
In the Railyard at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, NM. Featuring 70+ exhibitors, with material ranging from contemporary to historic, Objects of Art includes paintings, sculpture, and fine art of all kinds, furniture, books, fashion, jewelry, textiles, and tribal, folk, American Indian, African, and Asian art.

Opening Champagne Reception Thursday, August 9,  to benefit Assistance Dogs of the West from 5-6 pm featuring the works of George and Mira Nakashima and Maynard Dixon, $125 per person 100%  of the proceeds benefit ADW.

Opening Preview – Thursday, August 9, 6-9 pm, $50 per person, 100% of the preview proceeds to benefit
KNME New Mexico PBS.

Show Hours:  Fri., Sat., Sun., August 10th–12th (11am-5pm)  $15 per person or $25 run of show.


Blue Rain Gallery
Leroy Garcia founded Blue Rain Gallery in 1993 in an upstairs bedroom of his family’s home at the entrance to the Taos Pueblo. He only sold about $20,000 worth of art that first year, but over time he could guide the gallery to critical acclaim and financial success. He moved the operation to a larger site near the Taos Plaza, then expanded to Santa Fe, where the gallery remains today. Over the course of this expansion, Garcia demonstrated his knack for staying ahead of the curve in a variety of ways. Blue Rain first made its name as the country’s premier venue for contemporary Native art, displaying museum-quality works that showcased the sophistication and creativity of artists who pushed the boundaries of traditional art forms. Throughout its two-and-a-half decades, the gallery gradually expanded to include a broad array of non-Native works as well, presenting a wide-ranging stable of artists who have in common the qualities of refinement and innovation that Garcia seeks. “Over the years, the gallery has become more diverse,” he says. “It used to be focused entirely on contemporary Native art. Now it’s a mixture of everything —contemporary, Native, regional, Hispanic, and glass art, among other genres. It was a natural evolution that became more deliberate after we realized the evolution was happening.”

www.blueraingallery.com


Morningstar Gallery
Since the establishment of Morningstar Gallery in 1984, the gallery has been recognized for carrying cultural and artistic treasures of unparalleled quality and beauty from over fifty Native North American tribes. The founding principle of the gallery was to cohesively apply the tenets of connoisseurship across the diversity of material available from Native North America--bead and quillwork from the Plains; pottery, textiles, jewelry and Katsinas from the Southwest; baskets from the Great Basin and California; and wooden sculpture from the Northeast and Northwest Coast. Over the last few years we have expanded our areas of expertise and product line to include antique New Mexican furniture and devotional art. We are also proud to now represent the best Native American artists working today.

www.morningstargallery.com


Sherwoods Spirit of America
Sherwoods specializes in Native American artifacts and historic Americana.  We offer the finest examples available from every corner of America – from the Northwest Coast, Eastern Woodlands and Great Basin to the Great Plains. Whether you are a serious, accomplished collector or just starting on your collecting journey, we are sure you will find something of interest to you!  We are pleased and proud to share these marvelous collectibles with you.

We invite you to visit Sherwoods Spirit of America in Santa Fe, which is located near the historic Santa Fe Plaza at 128 West Palace Avenue. Your collecting interests and needs are of paramount importance to us.  We are more than happy to demonstrate this through our personal attention to your specific details.

www.sherwoodsspirit.com


Ellsworth Gallery

Located on Palace Avenue in downtown Santa Fe, Ellsworth Gallery presents exhibitions of contemporary painting, sculpture, photography and works on paper from around the world, as well as museum quality Japanese antiques.  Our mission is to provide the collector with carefully curated works of international stature along with a deep knowledge of the arts and the current art markets.  With many one and two artist shows, as well as periodic group shows and installations, Ellsworth Gallery emphasizes pioneering artists whose work combines distinctive vision with rigorous technique.

www.ellsworthgallery.com


Chiaroscuro Contemporary Art
Chiaroscuro Contemporary Art presents monthly solo and group exhibitions from our spacious new location at 558 Canyon Road in Santa Fe. We specialize in contemporary abstraction representing a focused group of artists working from a variety of perspectives including: Native American, Australian Aboriginal, and American Southwestern. Large-scale photography as well as ceramic, textile, wood and glass art are also represented.

www.chiaroscurosantafe.com


Organizations


ATADA
The Antique Tribal Art Dealer’s Association is an international organization of tribal arts dealers and collectors honoring the artistic vision of Indigenous People and dedicated to establishing and maintaining the highest standards of ethics and integrity. ATADA’s highest priority is to provide a set of standards for the professional trade in antique American Indian and Tribal Arts.  We present ourselves to the public as a trustworthy association of art dealers and encourage the public to educate themselves about the cultures these objects represent and the roles they played, and continue to play, within their cultures.

ATADA Member Sellers guarantee all objects sold are as represented regarding age, authenticity, and extent of restoration (if any), and have been properly acquired and fall within the laws concerning cultural sensitivity as specified in the ATADA Bylaws.

https://atada.org/

Organizations


Project Indigene
Eight dynamic Santa Fe cultural institutions have joined forces in a collaboration called “Project Indigene” to examine perspectives and create awareness of some of the issues facing indigenous art: authenticity, appropriation, activism, and artistic identity. These complex issues sparking public discourse are addressed in works in the permanent collections of these institutions or works that will be investigated in upcoming exhibitions. It is critical to this collective to examine issues of copyright and intellectual property, to be mindful of the power dynamics in the telling of indigenous stories, and to engage critically with contemporary political and social issues that artists face.

The collaborative partners include: IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA), the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture (MIAC), the Museum of International Folk Art, the Native Treasures Art Market, the Ralph T. Coe Center for the Arts, the School for Advanced Research (SAR), the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA, Santa Fe Indian Market), and the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian. Project Indigene is generously supported by the City of Santa Fe Arts Commission.

www.newmexicoculture.org/
projectindigene


Publications


First American Art Magazine  (FAAM)
promotes and contextualizes visual, media, literary, and performing arts of Indigenous Americas from a hemispheric Indigenous perspective. Our goal is to foster critical dialogue about Native art. We provide a forum to bridge the academy and the general public. FAAM examines current and historical issues through the lens of Native art.  First American Art Magazine, LLC envisions a world with Indigenous cultural sovereignty. We achieve this by articulating and popularizing Indigenous critical theory in ways accessible to Native communities as well as the non-Native art world.

133 24th Ave. NW #126
Norman, OK 73069
(405) 561-7655

www.firstamericanartmagazine.com
info@firstamericanartmagazine.com

Publications


Native American Art Magazine
Native American Art Magazine is the only magazine dedicated to the market for historic and contemporary native art. Designed for collectors, the magazine focuses on gallery shows, museum exhibitions, markets and fairs and auctions. It has also been the official magazine of the Santa Fe Indian market for the last two years.

www.nativeamericanartmagazine.com


Calendar

  • Thu
    09
    Aug
    2018
    Sun
    26
    Aug
    2018

    QUADRIVIUM | Four Native Painters

    Gerald Peters Gallery – The Peters Project

    QUADRIVIUM is a four-artist exhibition of Contemporary Native Painting by Tony Abeyta, Darren Vigil Gray, Patrick Dean Hubbell and Mateo Romero. The first time these artists are showing together in Santa Fe, the exhibition takes its lead from the title, Quadrivium, meaning the highest level of the Liberal Arts consisting of Arithmetic, Geometry, Astronomy and Music. All of these universal qualities are essential elements of the work of these artist, each of whom coincidently live in the Southwest and draw inspiration from New Mexico.

     

  • Thu
    09
    Aug
    2018
    Sat
    29
    Sep
    2018

    Echoes of Influence: Datus Myers and the Pueblo Painters

    The Gerald Peters Gallery

    In the 1930s, Myers was appointed Field Coordinator of the Indian Division of the New Deal’s Public Works of Art Program. His primary responsibility was focused on visiting the local Pueblos in order to recruit Native artists to the program. Many of the Native artists Myers worked with influenced his own style and subject matter.  The exhibition presents Myers’s work alongside works by Pueblo Painters: Velino Shije Herrera, Tonita Vigil Peña and Julián Martinez. It is likely Myers encountered and was aware of all three artists and their works during his years with the PWAP.

    Hours: Monday through Saturday 10am - 5pm

    1005 Paseo de Peralta

    https://www.gpgallery.com/sf

  • Thu
    09
    Aug
    2018
    Sun
    07
    Oct
    2018

    Peshlakai Vision

    Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian

    Peshlakai Vision.  Navajo silversmith Norbert Peshlakai.

    Center for the Study of Southwestern Jewelry, Martha Hopkins Struever Gallery
    Museum Hill, 704 Camino Lejo

    www.wheelwright.org

     

  • Thu
    09
    Aug
    2018
    Sun
    07
    Oct
    2018

    Memory Weaving: Works by Melanie Yazzie

    Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian

    Memory Weaving: Works by Melanie Yazzie. Navajo printmaker and sculptor

    Museum Hill, 704 Camino Lejo

    www.wheelwright.org

     

  • Thu
    09
    Aug
    2018
    Sun
    03
    Feb
    2019

    Beadwork Adorns the World

    Museum of International Folk Art

    Whether these extraordinary glass beads come from the island of Murano (Venice, Italy) or the mountains of Bohemia (Czech Republic), where they start out is seldom where they end up.  No matter where they originate, the locale that uses them makes them into something specific to their own world view.

    This exhibition is about what happens to these beads when they arrive at their final destination, whether it be the African continent (Botswana, Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa), to Borneo, to Burma, to India, Native North America to Latin America (Mexico, Bolivia to Ecuador).  The exhibit is complimented by the August 15th conversation between three Native American beaders, 3-4 pm, at the neighboring Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, as a part of Project Indigene.

    Museum Hill 706 Camino Lejo,

    www.internationalfolkart.org

     

  • Thu
    09
    Aug
    2018
    Sun
    19
    Aug
    2018

    The ATADA Online Show

    11 am – midnight

    The first year running, this online show features some of the finest Native American and tribal art from dealers affiliated with the Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association, viewed through your computer screen.

    www.atada.org

     

  • Fri
    10
    Aug
    2018
    Sat
    08
    Sep
    2018

    Rose B. Simpson (Santa Clara Pueblo): Table of Contents

    Chiaroscuro Contemporary Art

    Rose B. Simpson is constantly striving, pushing and experimenting with her ideas and artwork. Table of Contents, presents another unique chapter in Simpson’s pursuit of expressing her ideas and experiences in clay.

    Aug. 10, 5-7 pm Opening reception

    558 Canyon Road

    Gallery Hours: 10am - 5pm, Tuesday through Saturday, or by appointment

    www.chiaroscurosantafe.com

  • Sat
    11
    Aug
    2018
    Sat
    25
    Aug
    2018

    Animals in Native American Art

    Brant Mackley Gallery

    Objects depicting zoomorphic figurative imagery are to be showcased

    Opening Gallery Reception: 4pm-7pm
    Gallery Hours 11-5pm, Tuesday – Saturday

    www.brantmackley.com

     

  • Sat
    11
    Aug
    2018
    Sat
    25
    Aug
    2018

    Western Decorative Art & Objects Online Auction

    Santa Fe Art Auction

    Santa Fe Art Auction's Western Decorative Art & Objects online sale, with an open bidding period from August 11-August 26, features a robust collection of Native American pottery, textiles, works on paper, paintings, and basketry, with both historic and contemporary arts represented. Highlights include a Pre-Pueblo Mesa Verde Mug, Maria Martinez pottery, and fine examples of early 20th century Pueblo ollas.  The sale will be on display at Santa Fe Art Auction, 927 Paseo de Peralta, for in-person viewing during the open bidding period between 9am-5pm Monday-Friday.  The sale will be hosted through Bidsquare.

    927 Paseo de Peralta

    www.santafeartauction.com

  • Sat
    11
    Aug
    2018
    Sun
    02
    Sep
    2018

    Morning Star Gallery Indian Market Show

    Morning Star Gallery

    An exhibition and sales of Plains beadwork and quill work highlighting the unique attributes of Plains culture and aesthetics.

    Aug 11, 6-8 pm Opening Reception

    513 Canyon Road
Gallery Hours - 9am-5pm, mon-sat, closed Sundays

    www.morningstargallery.com

     

     

  • Mon
    13
    Aug
    2018
    Mon
    20
    Aug
    2018

    Faust Gallery Santa Fe

    A Group Show of works by the Iowa City family of printmakers, Tomas, Charlie, Diego and Rory Lasansky  and member of their atelier, Adam Rake.

    114 E. Palace Ave.

    Gallery Hours, 10 am – 5 pm Mon-Sat, 11 am – 4 pm Sun

    www.faustgallery.com

     

  • Tue
    14
    Aug
    2018
    Fri
    17
    Aug
    2018

    The Antique American Indian Art Show

    The Antique American Indian Art Show in the Railyard at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, NM  When the world comes to Santa Fe for the best in American Indian art – Its heritage will be found at The Antique American Indian Art Show, at El Museo in The Railyard.

    Opening Preview - Tues., August 14th 6-9 pm, $50 per person of the preview proceeds to benefit
    KNME New Mexico PBS.

    Show Hours: Weds., Thurs., Fri., August 15th – 17th (11am-5pm) $15 per person or $25 run of show.

    www.antiqueindianartshow.com

     

  • Tue
    14
    Aug
    2018
    Sun
    19
    Aug
    2018

    Native Cinema Showcase

    Held at the New Mexico History Museum, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian presents the 18th annual Native Cinema Showcase, screening more than 50 feature-length and short films representing nine countries and more than 33 Native Nations. The 2018 selections feature themes of justice as it applies to many different facets of Native life and community. Among the many topics, the films explore criminal justice, tribal law and government, the environment, and LGBTQ rights. More than half of the showcase’s selections are films by women filmmakers. All of the museum’s Saturday, Aug. 18, screenings are family friendly, and the day includes a special outdoor screening of Disney/Pixar’s Coco at the Santa Fe Railyard Park. Admission to the showcase’s events is free.

    Show Hours: Tues. 14 - 7:00 pm, Weds. 15 - 1:00 pm, 3 pm, 7 pm, Thurs. 16 - 1:00 pm, 3:00 pm, 7:00 pm,
    Fri. 17 - 1:00 pm, 3:00 pm, 7:00 pm, Sat. 18 - 1:00 pm, 3:00 pm, 7:00 pm
    Sun. 19 - 1:00 pm, 3:00 pm, 7:00 pm

    Event information: Click here

     

  • Tue
    14
    Aug
    2018
    Sun
    19
    Aug
    2018

    La Fonda Hotel, Ballen Boardroom

    A Group Show of works by Faust Gallery Jewelry artists, the Begay family (husband and wife Darryl Dean and Rebecca and Darryl Dean’s brother Lee) and Gene Billie, all members of the Diné (Navajo) Nation, renowned for their contemporary jewelry in silver, gold and stone that draws inspiration from millennia of Diné design.

    La Fonda Hotel
    100 E. San Francisco Street

    www.faustgallery.com

     

  • Tue
    14
    Aug
    2018

    First American Art Magazine No. 20 Launch Party

    5:00 – 7:00 pm

    As a media sponsor for the Ralph T. Coe Center's Imprint, First American Art Magazine is holding it’s FAAM No. 20 Launch Party at the Imprint opening reception on 5:00–7:00 pm

    1590-B Pacheco Street

    www.firstamericanartmagazine.com

     

  • Tue
    14
    Aug
    2018

    Exhibition Opening at The Ralph T. Coe Center For the Arts

    5:00 – 7:00pm

    IMPRINT, a multi-layered collaborative exhibition that challenges our assumptions about how art engages with the public.

    August 14, 2018 through March 29, 2018.

    The relationship of the imprint between artist and audience is emotional and transcends markets, sales, and high-stakes auctions. Six leading printmakers, Eliza Naranjo Morse, Jamison Chas Banks (Seneca-Cayuga, Cherokee), Jason Garcia (Santa Clara Pueblo Tewa), Terran Last Gun (Piikani), Dakota Mace (Diné [Navajo]), and Jacob Meders (Mechoopda/Maidu), along with Coe curators Bess Murphy and Nina Sanders (Apsaalooke) have spent the past year working collaboratively to build IMPRINT. The exhibition will not only appear on the Coe Center walls, but in public spaces as well.   IMPRINT brings art to the public and the public to art in widely accessible ways through the use of repurposed newspaper boxes inspired by and as direct extensions of Meders' ongoing project Warbird Press, wheat-pasted posters around town, and free print giveaways.

    1590-B Pacheco Street

    www.coeartscenter.org

     

  • Wed
    15
    Aug
    2018
    Fri
    17
    Aug
    2018

    Indian Arts Research Center Tours

    Journey through one of the world’s finest collections of Native American art. With nearly 12,000 works from the sixth century to the present, the Center is home to works by Lucy Lewis, Maria Martinez, Mateo Romero, Lonnie Vigil, and many other renowned artists. Cost: $20 for non-members; tours are free for SAR members and Native Americans. To register call 505.954.7272.
    Indian Arts Research Center at the School for Advanced Research

    660 Garcia Street

    Tour Hours:  Weds. 15 - 2:00 pm, Thurs. 16 - 2:00 pm, Fri. 17 - 10:00 am, 2:00 pm

    For more information: https://sarweb.org/about/tours/

     

  • Wed
    15
    Aug
    2018

    Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian Show & Sale:

    10 am – 1 pm

    Wheelwright Museum

    From the Sketchbooks of T.C. Cannon, Part 2

    Presented by the Case Trading Post, visitors will have the rare opportunity to view and purchase artwork by master artist Tommy Wayne “T.C.” Cannon, including previously unseen works.

    Museum Hill, 704 Camino Lejo

    www.wheelwright.org

     

  • Wed
    15
    Aug
    2018

    IAIA Scholarship Dinner and Auction

    5:00 pm

    At LA Fonda on the Plaza

    IAIA continues its tradition to celebrate student imagination and achievement in the arts, surrounded by superb Native art open to bidding, guests enjoy the rooftop reception and mingle with IAIA alumni, students, and faculty. 80% of our students are in need of financial assistance to stay enrolled in their chosen academic programs.  This event helps support our next generation of students, enabling them to achieve their dream of a college education.

    By reservation only.

    www.iaia.edu

     

  • Wed
    15
    Aug
    2018

    Just Bead It! Native Beaders Discuss Their Work

    3:00 – 4:00 pm

    Museum of Indian Arts and Culture (MIAC)

    Hosted by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture and designed to complement the Museum of International Folk Art’s current beadwork exhibit - features three Native American beaders who showcase their work and offer a short panel discussion. Artists presenting include Hollis Chitto (Choctaw - Laguna), Charlene Holy Bear (Standing Rock Lakota Sioux), and John Garcia (Santa Clara Pueblo).  This discussion is a part of Project Indigene.

    Museum Hill - 710 Camino Lejo

    http://www.miaclab.org

     

  • Thu
    16
    Aug
    2018

    Nancy and Chris Youngblood Important New Works

    Lyn A. Fox Fine Pueblo Pottery

    Nancy Youngblood and her son, Chris, present a new body of work in pottery. Nancy is perhaps an eighth-generation Santa Clara potter. The tradition continues with sons Sergio, Joel, and Chris, also potters.

    3-5 pm, artists present

    7-10 pm Opening Reception

    839 Paseo de Peralta Suite K

    www.foxpueblopottery.com

     

  • Thu
    16
    Aug
    2018
    Fri
    17
    Aug
    2018

    Wheelwright 43rd Annual Benefit Auction

    Wheelwright Museum

    Auction Preview and Live Auction featuring contemporary and historic Native American and Southwestern art, including jewelry, pottery, textiles, baskets, katsina dolls and folk art.

    Aug 16, 3-5 pm Silent Auction (closing at 4:30) and preview of Live Auction

    Aug 17, 10 – Noon Live Auction Preview

    Aug 17, 11:30 Brother-and-sister dancers Philip and Peshawn Bread (Comanche/Blackfeet/Kiowa) will lead participants to the auction tent.

    Aug 17, Noon – 3 pm   Live Auction - Get ready to bid on quality, high end Native American art!

    Museum Hill, 704 Camino Lejo

    www.wheelwright.org

    Shuttles to the Wheelwright Museum: The Wheelwright Museum provides offsite parking and a free shuttle from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm Thursday, Aug. 16, and 7:30 am to 5:00 pm Friday, Aug. 17. Shuttle stops are at St. John’s United Methodist Church at Old Pecos Trail and Cordova Road; First Baptist Church, 1605 Old Pecos Trail; and the Stewart L. Udall Center for Museum Resources, 725 Camino Lejo. A food truck will be onsite, 9:00 am–1:00 pm Friday. 

     

  • Thu
    16
    Aug
    2018
    Sun
    19
    Aug
    2018

    Blue Rain Gallery Group Exhibition

    Blue Rain Gallery

    Artists this year include Jody Naranjo, Starr Hardridge, Lisa Holt and Harlan Reano, Yatika Fields, Dan Friday, Thomas Breeze Marcus, Chris Pappan, Maria Samora, Les Namingha and Hyrum Joe.

    Artists Reception Aug 16, 5-8 pm

    544 South Guadalupe Street

    Gallery Hours Monday through Friday 10 am – 6 pm Saturday & Sunday 9 am – 5 pm

    www.blueraingallery.com

     

  • Thu
    16
    Aug
    2018

    Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian Show & Sale:

    10 am – 1 pm

    Wheelwright Museum

    The Case Trading Post Jewelry Collection Showcase Case Trading Post, presents a show sale featuring Native jewelry, including work by Richard Chavez, Denise Wallace, Raymond Sequaptewa, Roy Talahaftewa and more in the Wheelwright Museum shop.

    Museum Hill, 704 Camino Lejo

    www.wheelwright.org

    Shuttles to the Wheelwright Museum: The Wheelwright Museum provides offsite parking and a free shuttle from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm Thursday, Aug. 16, and 7:30 am to 5:00 pm Friday, Aug. 17. Shuttle stops are at St. John’s United Methodist Church at Old Pecos Trail and Cordova Road; First Baptist Church, 1605 Old Pecos Trail; and the Stewart L. Udall Center for Museum Resources, 725 Camino Lejo. A food truck will be onsite, 9:00 am–1:00 pm Friday. 

  • Thu
    16
    Aug
    2018

    Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian Show & Sale:

    10 am – 1 pm

    First Timers: Miniature Katsinas by Randy Brokeshoulder

    A look at the first exclusive katsina dolls crafted by Hopi/Navajo/Shawnee carver Randy Brokeshoulder. Guests can also meet the artist at this special sales event.

    Museum Hill, 704 Camino Lejo

    www.wheelwright.org

     

  • Thu
    16
    Aug
    2018

    Hyrum Joe Painting Demonstration at Blue Rain

    11 am – 3 pm

    Blue Rain Gallery

    Demonstration 11 am – 3 pm

    544 South Guadalupe Street

    www.blueraingallery.com

     

  • Thu
    16
    Aug
    2018

    Shiprock Santa Fe Indian Market Celebration: Sonwai and Ken Williams, Jr.

    2:00 – 4:00 pm

    Shiprock Santa Fe
    53 Old Santa Fe Trail
    2nd Floor

    https://www.shiprocksantafe.com

     

  • Thu
    16
    Aug
    2018

    Opening Reception, Richard Zane Smith: Coiled Perfection

    5:00 – 7:00 pm

    Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery

    The unbelievably skinny clay coil construction defies belief. His mastery of clay and color elevates his work to an unrivaled height.

    Exhibit Dates - August 16-20, 2018 
    Demonstration Friday August 17, 10 am-3 pm

    100 W. San Francisco Street

    www.andreafisherpottery.com

     

  • Thu
    16
    Aug
    2018

    Late Summer / Fall Exhibitions Opening Reception

    5:00 – 7:00 pm

    IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts

    Three new exhibitions opening:
    Meeting the Clouds Halfway: Terrol Dew Johnson and Aranda\Lasch
    Expanding Horizons: Darren Vigil Gray
    Holly Wilson: On Turtle's Back

    Allan Houser Art ParkOpen to the Public

    108 Cathedral Place

    www.iaia.edu/iaia-museum-of-contemporary-native-art

     

  • Thu
    16
    Aug
    2018

    New Faust Gallery Grand Opening

    5:00 – 8:00 pm

    Celebrate the Grand Opening of Faust Gallery’s new Santa Fe location with artists attending and live music provided by Taos Pueblo flutist Robert Mirabal.

    114 E. Palace Ave.

    www.faustgallery.com

     

  • Thu
    16
    Aug
    2018

    Indian Market Kick Off Party

    7:00 – 10:00 pm

    Sponsored by Jeffrey and Darlene Anderson

    All-ages event including entertainment by LightningCloud, a DJ, and a special preview
    of IM: EDGE Contemporary Show!

    Free and open to the public.

    Location: Santa Fe Community Convention Center: 201 W Marcy Street, Downtown Santa Fe

    For more information: swaia.org

     

  • Fri
    17
    Aug
    2018
    Sun
    19
    Aug
    2018

    Preston Singletary Mystic Knowledge at Blue Rain Gallery

    Blue Rain Gallery

    Artists Reception Aug 17, 5-8 pm

    Gallery Hours Aug 18 & 19  9 am – 5 pm

    544 South Guadalupe Street

    Gallery Hours Friday 10 am – 6 pm Saturday & Sunday 9 am – 5 pm

    www.blueraingallery.com

     

  • Fri
    17
    Aug
    2018
    Sat
    08
    Sep
    2018

    Chiaroscuros Contemporary Native American Group Show Native Visions

    Chiaroscuro Contemporary Art

    Chiaroscuro’s contemporary Native American artists represent the core of our year-round programing. The annual Native group show is an opportunity to present vibrant new work from Ambrose-Smith, Kahm, and Whitehorse, and new-to-the-market pieces from the estates of Rick Bartow and Harry Fonseca.

    Aug. 17, 5-7 pm Opening reception

    558 Canyon Road

    Gallery Hours: 10am - 5pm, Tuesday through Saturday, or by appointment

    www.chiaroscurosantafe.com

     

  • Fri
    17
    Aug
    2018
    Sat
    15
    Sep
    2018

    Music for the Sky | Tony Abayta

    The Owings Gallery

    Tony Abeyta is a Navajo contemporary artist working in mixed media paintings. A graduate of New York University with an honorary doctorate from the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, Tony was the 2012 recipient of the New Mexico Governor’s Excellence in the Arts award, and recognized as a Native treasure by the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture. Tony currently works in both Santa Fe, NM and Berkeley, CA. Tony's work is included in the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian, Boston Fine Arts Museum, the Heard Museum in Phoenix, AZ, New Mexico Fine Arts Museum, the Autry Museum in Los Angeles, CA, and the Eiteljorg Museum in Indianapolis, as well as in many other public & private collections.

    120 East Marcy Street

    www.owingsgallery.com

  • Fri
    17
    Aug
    2018
    Sat
    18
    Aug
    2018

    Glass blowing demonstrations with Dan Friday and Preston Singletary

    11:00 am – 3:00 pm

    Blue Rain Gallery

    544 South Guadalupe Street

    Gallery Hours Monday through Friday 10 am – 6 pm Saturday & Sunday 9 am – 5 pm

    www.blueraingallery.com

     

     

  • Fri
    17
    Aug
    2018

    CineDoom: Narratives of Native Film and Beyond, Panel Discussion

    5 – 6:15pm

    IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts

    This panel focuses on MoCNA’s current film program, curated by local Navajo filmmaker Blackhorse Lowe, explores the current state of Native film in the Southwest. Panelists include: Sally Kewayosh (Walpole Island First Nation), Jason Asenap (Comanche), Nanobah Becker (Diné), Daniel Edward Hyde (Navajo/Belize), moderated by Blackhorse Lowe (Navajo).

    Allan Houser Art Park -Open to the Public

    108 Cathedral Place

    www.iaia.edu/iaia-museum-of-contemporary-native-art

     

  • Fri
    17
    Aug
    2018

    Allan Houser Gallery Special Indian Market Reception

    5 – 8:30 pm

    Allan Houser Gallery

    Featuring rare and important sculpture, paintings and drawings by Allan Houser.

    Selected sculptural works by Phillip M. Haozous and Bob Haozous.

    Book signing by Anna Marie Houser of La Casa al Lado del Camino.

    125 Lincoln Ave, Suite 112

    www.allanhouser.com

     

  • Fri
    17
    Aug
    2018

    NASCENT ATMOSPHERES AMIE LEGETTE & COURTNEY M. LEONARD Exhibition Reception

    5:00 – 7:00 pm

    Ellsworth Gallery

    Both artists are women consciously placing themselves in relation to the landscape and to tradition. For LeGette it is interiority and the feminine body in relation to the landscape and to the overarching masculinity of abstract painting and abstract expressionism in particular; for Leonard it is environmental degradation in relation to the Shinnecock Nation’s tribal lands on Long Island and the material forms used in their traditional fishing practices.

    Exhibit Dates Thu Aug 2- Sun Sep 9

    215 East Palace Ave

    www.ellsworthgallery.com

     

  • Fri
    17
    Aug
    2018

    The Best of the Best, Parade of the Artists

    5:00 PM Sharp

    Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery

    We have invited 20 of our favorite potters to produce a stunning example of their best work. Each piece will make its debut with its creator at the Parade of the Artists.”

    Show will be open August 17-19, 2018

    100 W. San Francisco Street

    www.andreafisherpottery.com

     

  • Fri
    17
    Aug
    2018

    Indian Market General Preview of Award-Winning Art

    6:00 – 8:30 pm

    Sponsored by Cherokee Art Market

    Following the Sneak Preview, the public will have the opportunity to preview award-winning art at a reduced ticket price. The General Preview is your chance to view all the best of the show award-winning artworks before the weekend market begins. Includes a special preview of IM: EDGE Contemporary Show!

    Ticketed event: Click here

    Location: Santa Fe Community Convention Center: 201 W Marcy Street, Downtown Santa Fe

    For more information: swaia.org

     

  • Fri
    17
    Aug
    2018

    Wheelwright Old Friends, New Faces: Artist Demonstrations

    9:00 – noon

    Wheelwright Museum

    Coinciding with the annual auction, this event presented by Case Trading Post gives visitors the opportunity to meet with artists and view demonstrations on the patio.

    Museum Hill, 704 Camino Lejo

    www.wheelwright.org

    Shuttles to the Wheelwright Museum: The Wheelwright Museum provides offsite parking and a free shuttle from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm Thursday, Aug. 16, and 7:30 am to 5:00 pm Friday, Aug. 17. Shuttle stops are at St. John’s United Methodist Church at Old Pecos Trail and Cordova Road; First Baptist Church, 1605 Old Pecos Trail; and the Stewart L. Udall Center for Museum Resources, 725 Camino Lejo. A food truck will be onsite, 9:00 am–1:00 pm Friday. 

     

  • Sat
    18
    Aug
    2018
    Sun
    19
    Aug
    2018

    97th Annual Santa Fe Indian Market on The Plaza! 

    The 97th Santa Fe Indian Market transforms the City of Santa Fe, with nearly 1,000 of the continent's finest Native American artists showing their work in booths filling the Santa Fe Plaza and surrounding streets. The Indian Market is the largest and most prestigious Native American fine art show in the world.

    Market Hours:  Sat. 19 - 7:00 am - 5:00 pm, Sun. 19 - 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Free and open to the public.

    For more information: swaia.org

     

  • Sat
    18
    Aug
    2018

    Book Reading: N. Scott Momaday and W. Richard West

    1 – 2:30pm

    IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts

    N. Scott Momaday and the Sense of the sacred - A Native poet and artist, a universal voice and W. Richard West in dialogue

    Scott Momaday (Kiowa) and W. Richard West, Jr (Cheyenne Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma) will discuss a new book which is an informed international perspective on Momaday’s work and life as an UNESCO Artist for Peace. Momaday is a poet, novelist, storyteller, playwright and painter.

    Allan Houser Art Park -Open to the Public

    108 Cathedral Place

    www.iaia.edu/iaia-museum-of-contemporary-native-art

     

  • Sat
    18
    Aug
    2018
    Sun
    19
    Aug
    2018

    Chaz John conducts live demonstrations

    10 am – 5 pm

    Ellsworth Gallery

    Combining intellectual acuity with razor-sharp wit, Chaz John’s artistic output consistently blurs the lines between traditional media, such as

    painting and drawing, and contemporary modes of production, such as conceptual art. This duality of technical ability and humor will be on full display during Chaz’s artist’s residency in the gallery, as he continues work on his on-going series, Rez Dogs.

    215 East Palace Ave

    www.ellsworthgallery.com

     

  • Sat
    18
    Aug
    2018

    Indian Market Gala

    6:00 pm

    New this year! Gala fashion show, featuring textile based artists and jewelry designers.

    Also: Special Native American Menu includes a bison entrée!

    One of the most glamorous and popular events of the Santa Fe Indian Market is the Live Auction Gala and Reception. Hosted by La Fonda, this fundraiser for the Southwestern Association of Indian Arts (SWAIA), the organization that produces the Indian Market, begins with a silent auction and cocktail reception at the hotel's La Terraza. The evening culminates with the exciting Live Auction Gala and dinner in the Lumpkins Ballroom.

    Ticketed event: Click here

    Contact the office at 505-983-5220 with questions.

    Location: La Fonda on the Plaza: 100 E. San Francisco Street, Downtown Santa Fe

    For more information: swaia.org

     

  • Sat
    18
    Aug
    2018

    SWAIA Live Auction and Gala

    5:00 – 9:00 pm

    Hosted by La Fonda, this glamorous event raises funds for the SWAIA. The event begins with a silent

    auction and cocktail reception at the hotel’s La Terraza, followed by an energetic live auction gala and

    dinner in the Lumpkins Ballroom. Tickets: $225, individual; $2,500, Turquoise Table (premiere seating for 10); $5,000, Silver Table (front row seating for 10)

    La Fonda on the Plaza at La Terraza & Lumpkins Ballroom

    www.swaia.org

     

  • Sat
    18
    Aug
    2018

    Native Cinema Showcase Family Night: "Coco"

    8:00 – 10:30pm

    In partnership with the National Museum of the American Indian, the 18th annual Native Cinema Showcase Family Night features the 2017 Disney hit "Coco." Families are encouraged to bring chairs/blankets and arrive in time to secure a spot on the lawn. Food available for purchase from a variety of local food trucks. The movie will begin at sunset.

    Screening is free and open to the public.

    Event information: Click here

    Location: Railyard Park, 740 Cerrillos Road

     

     

  • Sat
    18
    Aug
    2018

    Gallery Sessions

    9:00 – 10:00am | 10:30 – 11:30am

    IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts

    Artists Terrol Dew Johnson (Tohono O'odham), Holly Wilson (Delaware Tribe of Western Oklahoma/Cherokee), Darren Vigil Gray (Jicarilla Apache/Kiowa Apache) and Ian Kuali’i (Native Hawaiian/Mescalero Apache) will discuss current exhibitions in the galleries and participate in a panel discussion on their respective art practices with introductions by Well-Off-Man.

    Allan Houser Art Park -Open to the Public

    108 Cathedral Place

    www.iaia.edu/iaia-museum-of-contemporary-native-art

     

  • Sat
    18
    Aug
    2018

    Market Stage Music & Dance Performances

    9:00 am – 4:00 pm

    Music and performing arts augment the Indian Market experience. Stay tuned for a full schedule of performances.

    Free and open to the public

    For more information: swaia.org

     

  • Sat
    18
    Aug
    2018
    Sun
    19
    Aug
    2018

    IM: EDGE

    9:00 am – 5:00 pm

    Sponsored by JoAnn and Bob Balzer

    IM:EDGE 2018 is a curated, contemporary gallery-type show and sale, featuring artists who are pushing the boundaries of their art form and exploring issues related Activism and Identity. New location in the main lobby of the Convention Center!

    Free and open to the public.

    Location: In the main lobby of the Santa Fe Community Convention Center: 201 W Marcy Street, Downtown Santa Fe

    For more information: swaia.org

     

  • Sun
    19
    Aug
    2018

    Allan Houser Studio & Sculpture Gardens Annual Indian Market Open House

    10:00 am – 4:00 pm

    Allan Houser Studio and Sculpture Gardens

    15-acre outdoor sculpture gardens with 70 bronze and stone sculptures on display. Visitor’s Center showing biographical videos. Indoor Gallery featuring moderate and small scale sculptures, drawings and paintings. Performances throughout the day in the dance grounds by Hopi Dance Group “Na’hoy Le’tsii” (The Cross)

    30 minutes south of Santa Fe.  Call for directions (505) 471-1528 or email houser@allanhouser.com

     

  • Sun
    19
    Aug
    2018

    Indian Market Haute Couture Fashion Show

    2:00 – 3:00 pm

    A market highlight! This adored and highly attended event features Native designers presenting cutting-edge fashion collections and accessories.

    Ticketed event: Click here

    Location: Santa Fe Community Convention Center: 201 W Marcy Street, Downtown Santa Fe

    For more information: swaia.org

     

  • Sun
    19
    Aug
    2018

    Native American Clothing Contest

    9:00 am – 12:00 pm

    Among the many cherished traditions at the Santa Fe Indian Market, the Native American Clothing Contest is one of the most beloved and anticipated events. The contest includes categories for traditional and contemporary Native fashions; featuring children and adult participants with award prizes in a variety of categories.

    Free and open to the public.

    Location: Main Stage on the Plaza

    For more information: swaia.org

     

  • Sun
    19
    Aug
    2018

    Market Stage Music & Dance Performances

    9:00 am – 4:00 pm

    Music and performing arts augment the Indian Market experience. Stay tuned for a full schedule of performances.

    Free and open to the public

    For more information: swaia.org

     


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