More than 1,200 artists from approximately 100 tribes will show their work at this year’s Santa Fe Indian Market in Santa Fe, N.M. Celebrating its 82nd year, the market will be held Aug. 23-24 on and around Santa Fe Plaza. More than 100,000 visitors from around the world will visit Santa Fe County for this weekend of culture and adventure.
Established in 1922 to encourage the continuation of traditional Indian arts and crafts and to provide artists with a marketplace, the Santa Fe show is the largest and oldest juried Native American art show and market in existence. For many visitors, it provides a rare opportunity to meet the artists and learn about contemporary Indian arts and cultures, as well as enjoy the diversity of Santa Fe County.
For information, call (800) 548-8272 or visit www.SeeSantaFe.org.