From August 17th to August 18th in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the excitement of the 2013 Santa Fe Indian Market is just a car, plane, or train ride away! With over 1,000 Native American artists and 150,000 visitors in attendance, Indian Market is the ultimate destination for the best in Native art, fashion, performance, and culture. Make your reservations or road trip plans today, and join us in celebrating the 92nd annual Indian Market in historic downtown Santa Fe.
Easily accessible by road, rail, or air, the 2013 Santa Fe Indian Market offers the perfect antidote to end-of-summer and back-to-school melancholy. Visitors with an eye for the performing arts can watch fantastic Native artists in traditional dance and music performances, or catch the award-winning films of the Native Cinema Showcase – you can’t miss Zombie Night in the Park, featuring Rodrick Pocowatchit’s “The Dead Can’t Dance.”
Fashion lovers will adore the ever-popular Native American Clothing Contest, which highlights both traditional and cutting-edge garments, and the Hip Hop Fashion Show, featuring designs by artist Ehren Kee Natay and flashy moves by a Native dance crew.
Art connoisseurs will delight in the world-renowned Market itself – with thousands of unique works for sale, visitors are sure to find the piece of their dreams. Indian Market also affords the unique opportunity to interact with and learn from the artists themselves. From purchasing contemporary and traditional artwork in diverse media to relaxing at the elegant Live Auction Gala, the 2013 Santa Fe Indian Market will provide an exhilarating and culturally enriching experience for every traveler.
The 2013 Santa Fe Indian Market is sure to be the event of the summer – and of a lifetime. Pack your suitcases, grab your family and friends, and make your arrangements for attending the most spectacular celebration of Native arts and culture in the world.
For more information about the Santa Fe Indian Market, please visit http://www. santafeindianmarket.com.
SWAIA is an advocate for Native American arts and cultures and creates economic and cultural opportunities for Native American artists by producing and promoting Santa Fe Indian Market Week™, the finest Native American art and cultural event in the world; cultivating excellence and innovation across traditional and non-traditional art forms; and developing programs and events that support, promote, and honor Native artists year-round.
SWAIA is a non-profit organization, and keeps no portion of the sales made by artists during Santa Fe Indian Market Week ™.
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