Events and Galleries

Blue Rain Gallery
Blue Rain Gallery represents established contemporary artists of diverse backgrounds working in a variety of mediums such as paintings, ceramics, bronze, glass, and jewelry.  The gallery is eclectic in its approach, yet maintains a special focus on regional, Native American, and Studio Glass art.

544 South Guadalupe Street
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 954-9902

The Antique American Indian Art Show Santa Fe

August 13-16, 2019

In the Railyard: El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, NM

View and purchase basketry, jewelry, textiles, kachinas, sculptures, potteryand more, from over 65 renowned Santa Fe for the finest in historical American Indian art, the best will be foundat this flagship show.

August 13
Opening Night Party
6pm-9pm | $75/person

August 14–16
General Show | 11am-5pm
$15/person, $25 for run-of-Show

(505) 570-3220

Manitou Galleries
Manitou Galleries was established in 1975 in Cheyenne, Wyoming by Robert Nelson. Through his appreciation of art and antiques he has worked to build a strong, credible reputation as a fine art and historic collectible resource to collectors worldwide. Our Palace Avenue location opened in 2001 and we expanded to Canyon Road in 2011. Manitou Galleries is one of the foremost galleries in the West, with locations on Palace Avenue just off the Santa Fe plaza, on the famous Canyon Road in Santa Fe, and in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Both galleries offer the finest collections of contemporary representational paintings, sculpture, prints, glass, and fine jewelry.

Manitou on Palace hosts lively openings every first Friday of the month in conjunction with the West Palace Arts District's First Friday Art Walk. At our Canyon Road gallery, you can find us open till 7:00 on the fourth Fridays of the month, May-September. The openings feature live music in the summer and artists in attendance throughout the year.

Native Art Week Events

123 West Palace Avenue
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 986-0440

Objects of Art Santa Fe
August 8 - 11, 2019

In the Railyard: El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, NM

Featuring 70+ exhibitors, with material ranging from contemporary to historic, the show will include paintings, sculpture, fine art of all kinds, furniture, books, fashion, jewelry, textiles, and tribal, folk, American Indian, African, and Asian art.

August 8
Pre-Opening Cocktail Hour | Benefiting MOIFA
5pm-6pm | $125/ person

August 8
Opening Night Party
6pm-9pm | $75/person

August 9–11
General Show | 11am-5pm
$15/person, $25/person for run-of-Show

(505) 570-3220

The 41st Annual
Antique Indian & Ethnographic Art Show
One Show…Endless Treasures

August 9 – 12, 2019
Santa Fe, New Mexico

Opening Night Party
Friday, August 9th 6:00pm-9:00pm

The Show
Saturday, August 10th – Monday, August 12th
10:00am – 5:00pm

In 2019, Whitehawk will celebrate four decades of bringing a world-class art show featuring the best Antique Indian Art and Tribal Art dealers from around the country to Santa Fe, New Mexico. Forty-one years since its inception, Whitehawk continues to be the premier antique show of its kind - an exciting, educational and truly beautiful show, not to be missed! One Show…Endless Treasures!

According to the show’s owner and producer, Marcia Berridge, “As Whitehawk wraps up its 4th decade of successful shows, we want to spend a moment to thank our tremendous family of dealers and all our loyal attendees. In addition to the breathtaking scope and array of material shown at Whitehawk last August and the brisk pace of sales, we also saw record-setting crowds filling our showroom to capacity. We are so grateful for all the lovers of antique tribal art that help make our show so wonderful.”

Whitehawk has become synonymous with summer celebrity spotting as well. Former 1st Lady Laura Bush, Tom Ford and Ali McGraw are just a few of the famous faces you can spot treasure hunting at the show and designers from around the country consider Whitehawk a “must attend” for sourcing the perfect art & artifacts for their high-end clients.

Whitehawk is a truly unique antique tribal event that highlights the very top tier of dealers in both American Indian and ethnographic material and ensures that collectors at every level will have over 90 well curated, high quality booths to shop from.

Mark your calendar for the Opening Night Party Friday, August 9th, 6-9:00pm which promises to be a festive evening with wine, heavy hors d’oeuvres, entertainment and, of course, the interesting items the dealers have been saving all year just for this show. You won’t want to miss it!

The show continues for three days from Saturday, August 10th – Monday, August 12th from 10am – 5pm. Held at the beautiful Santa Fe Convention, located in the heart of historic downtown Santa Fe, the Whitehawk show is convenient to dining, parking and hotels.

Tickets for the Opening Night Party are $85.00 each and include admission for the entire 3 days. Daily show admission is $15.00 per person, or $25.00 for the run of the show.

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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.

Native Art Week Events

215 East Palace Place Ave.
Santa Fe, NM, 87501
(505) 989-7900

Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian’s Native Cinema Showcase
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian presents its annual celebration of Native film. Native Cinema Showcase features six days of screenings and conversations with filmmakers, engaging the audience with powerful stories from and about Indigenous communities throughout the Western Hemisphere. This year's program encompasses 53 films from 11 countries, representing nearly 40 Indigenous nations. More than half the films were made by women, including opening night's Warrior Women and the closing program, Vai.

Other special events include remarks by Pulitzer Prize-winning writer N. Scott Momaday (Kiowa) Thursday before the screening of N. Scott Momaday: Words from a Bear, the museum's annual State of the Art discussion with glass artist Preston Singletary (Tlingit) Friday, and a family-friendly movie evening at the Santa Fe Railyard Saturday.

Native Art Week Events

New Mexico History Museum
113 Lincoln Ave, Santa Fe
New Mexico 87501

Nedra Matteucci Galleries
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.

Nedra Matteucci Galleries also owns Morning Star Gallery in its historic location at 513 Canyon Road, which offers expertise and a remarkable collection of Native American antiques.

1075 Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
(505) 982-4631

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