Santa Fe, New Mexico
Upcoming Events in Santa Fe New Mexico
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Love Fest - A Multicultural Art Event & Sale
- We are celebrating multicultural creativity in our studio, where our co-created paintings speak for themselves. For this event Amy Sayers will be joining us with her sculptures and paintings. There will be music, a feast of ethnic foods, and all of the art will be available at special studio pricing.
Please Join Us!
Linda & Pablo
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Santa Fe International Folk Art Market
- The largest, juried international folk art market in the U.S. returns for its fourth year. Santa Fe provides a uniquely supportive and beautiful setting for this meeting of artists, dealers, collectors and folk art enthusiasts. With expected attendance of over 20,000, the market will feature over 113 artists from 41 countries. The artists will exhibit arts and crafts ranging from embroidery, felt work, beading, jewelry and textiles, to clothing, leatherwork, wood carvings, paintings, pottery & more. There will also be live entertainment on both days.
Address: Milner Plaza on Museum Hill in Santa Fe , Santa Fe, New Mexico
Earth, Air, Fire, and Water, Celebrate Generosity
- Last Gallery on the Right, 836 Canyon Rd. Santa Fe, loves to celebrate community generosity. Its art openings always include giving something back. An art opening by Jacqueline Almond is sharing space with The Food Depot.
Food Depot http://www.thefooddepot.org/ donations will be accepted at Last Gallery on the Right http://santafegallery.biz/ beginning Friday June 22, They need canned and dry goods, soaps etc. Money always helps too. We have two big barrels to fill!
Come join our merriment in the courtyard garden of the gallery on JULY 8 with psychedelic music by DJ Gary Storm http://garystormsongs.com/
Jacqueline Almond’s Earth, Air, Fire, and Water series of mixed media paintings will be featured for this Santa Fe event.
Address: 836A Canyon Road, Santa Fe, 87501 , Santa Fe, New Mexico
Annual Spanish Market
- The Annual Spanish Market takes place every year in Santa Fe in July on the third Saturday, and it is the largest gathering of the traditional Spanish colonial arts & craftspeople in the world. Similar to Indian Market and occurring just a few weekends beforehand, each year Spanish Market brings over 200 traditional Hispanic artists, continuous live music and dance performances, demonstrations and regional foods, providing a great opportunity for visitors to enjoy a taste of New Mexico's vibrant Spanish culture, both past and present.
In conjunction with Spanish Market, which is a showing of traditional styles and wares, there is also a Contemporary Spanish Market, which occurs concurrently and showcases the talents of contemporary Hispanic artists working in mediums from painting and sculpture to ceramics and drawing. In recent years, the latter has become a very popular venue for discovering new contemporary talent.
Address: Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, 750 Camino Lejo , Santa Fe, New Mexico
NM Road Series #11 Santa Fe Hill Climb
- Road Cycling Event.
Ph: 505-471-9119 (Always call and confirm events)
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Santa Fe Indian Market
- A cultural gem of New Mexico, the Santa Fe Indian Market has been taking place for over 80 years! The Market includes over 1,000 Native American artists from about 100 tribes across the United States who show their work in over 600 booths. The event attracts an estimated 100,000 visitors to Santa Fe from all corners of the the world. Buyers, collectors and gallery owners come to Indian Market to take advantage of the rare opportunity to meet artists face-to-face and learn about contemporary Indian art and culture.There are demonstration booths, a youth market, and food vendors to add to the overall event. Quality is the hallmark, as SWAIA sets the standards for different classifications in which participants sell.
The Santa Fe Indian Market is held the weekend after the third Thursday every August. The event is free and open to the public as it is held on the Plaza and surrounding streets in downtown Santa Fe, NM. SWAIA sponsors other events that support the non-profit organization and the Santa Fe Indian Market. Please contact SWAIA for details.
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Allan Houser Sculpture Gardens Open House
- View a lifetime of work by an American Master in the setting where it was inspired and created amid 12 stunning acres of juniper, chamisa, cacti, and our beautiful New Mexico skies!
Archives, Foundry, and Garden tours available to the public. 11:00-4:00pm both days. LECTURE & BOOKSIGNING - Sunday, August 23rd - 1:30 pm with W. Jackson Rushing III, author Allan Houser: An American Master (Chiricahua Apache 1914-1994.)
|25 - 29||Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta - Devoted to the fruitful pairing of wine and chile, this late September annual fiesta has become a favorite with food and wine connoisseurs across the country. It features more than 110 wineries and nearly 50 Santa Fe chefs participating in seminars, cooking demonstrations, guest chef luncheons, winemaker dinners, the famous Grand Food & Wine Tasting and the Gruet Golf Classic.|
San Francisco de Asis Celebration
- The pueblo honors San Francisco de Asis, also the patron saint of Santa Fe.
Address: Namb� Pueblo , Santa Fe, New Mexico
Feast of San Diego
- The pueblo is closed to the public on certain days of the year so call ahead before visiting. Photography is not allowed.
Address: Tesuque Pueblo , Santa Fe, New Mexico