IFAM gives a heartfelt thanks to our Business Partners!

These generous businesses embody unique experiences. Explore their traditional and contemporary galleries, shop for beautiful gifts, dine at their establishments, enjoy their hospitable amenities, and try on exquisite apparel, jewelry, and accessories. With our sponsors’ help, IFAM expands economic and educational opportunities for folk artists worldwide and helps keep both traditions and entrepreneurship strong.

Join Us!

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SATURDAY, JULY 6 & SUNDAY, JULY 7

The Legacy at Santa Fe
3 Avenida Aldea, Santa Fe, NM 87507 | 505. 333.0210

The Legacy at Santa Fe is the most innovative assisted living and memory care community in Santa Fe. With luxury amenities and professional, loving care staff, The Legacy has it all!

 

1 – 4PM at The Legacy at Santa Fe | Free and Open to the Public

Gohar Sajid | SABAH PAKISTAN | Textiles | Pakistan

Gohar will demonstrate traditional phulkhari embroidery, which means flower work, and will discuss her collectives’ mission to encourage young people to pick up needle and thread to preserve these beguilingly beautiful and ancient art forms.

 

Ebenezer Nomoda Djaba | Cedi Beads Industry | Jewelry | Ghana

Master recycled glass bead artist Nomoda Ebenezer Djaba will string his colorful recycled Ghanaian glass beads, symbols of wealth and status in the Krobo culture.

 

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SATURDAY, JULY 6 & SUNDAY, JULY 7
Sunrise Springs an Ojo Spa Resort Santa Fe
242 Los Pinos Road, Santa Fe, NM 87507 | 505.780.8145

Located in enchanting Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sunrise Springs an Ojo Spa Resort’s serene oasis is an ideal respite for people seeking healthy living and enhanced personal well-being.

 

4 – 7PM at Sunrise Springs An Ojo Spa Resort | Free and Open to the Public

Marie Alexandrine Rasoanantenaina | Tahiana Creation | Basketry & Textiles | Madagascar

Marie will weave natural-fiber folk art, including baskets, carpets, bags and runners made of vetiver and recycled materials, which highlights Madagascar’s abundant natural resources and artistic innovations.

 

Fernando Lorenzo | La Familia Lorenzo Mexican Folk Art | Painting | Mexico

Fernando represents 50 years of his family art cooperative, and will paint scenes which capture both timelessly beloved Mexican imagery as well as contemporary and often playful takes on traditional retablo paintings.

 

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SUNDAY, JULY 7
Hotel Andaluz Albuquerque, Curio Collection by Hilton

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Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce

Hotel Andaluz Albuquerque, Curio Collection by Hilton was the fourth hotel by Conrad Hilton, built in 1939. Set in the heart of downtown, our meticulously restored, Four Diamond Award-winning and Gold LEED Certified hotel is close to top attractions, events and the Sandia Mountains.

5 – 8 PM at Hotel Andaluz, a Curio Collection by Hilton | Free and Open to the Public

125 2nd St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102 | 505.242.9090

Folk Artist Demonstrations & Panel Reception with three Market artists

Cherie Miot Abbanat | CEO of Haiti Projects Inc. | Textiles – Apparel | Haiti

Cherie will demonstrate how hand-made, embroidered, knitted, crocheted or hemstitched traditional folk art apparel is empowering women in Haiti.

 

Gasali Adeymo | Textiles – Apparel | Nigeria

Gasali will showcase his traditional tie-dye and all-natural indigo apparel traditions from Nigeria.

 

 

Porfirio Gutiérrez | Textiles – Rugs & Tapestries | Mexico

Porfirio will weave his modern interpretation of traditional indigenous Zapotec designs from Oaxaca, Mexico.

 

 

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MONDAY, JULY 8
Meow Wolf
1352 Rufina Circle, Santa Fe, NM 87507 | 505.395.6369

Meow Wolf is an arts and entertainment group based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and was established in 2008 as an art collective.

12 – 5 PM at Meow Wolf The David Loughridge Learning Center  

Indigo Tie-Dye Workshop and Demonstration with Gasali Adeymo | Textiles – Apparel | Nigeria
$15 / person for the workshop or $30/person for both workshop and The House of Eternal Return exhibition entrance. Purchase your ticket here.
Purchase your tickets here.

 

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TUESDAY, JULY 9
Meow Wolf
1352 Rufina Circle, Santa Fe, NM 87507 | 505.395.6369

Meow Wolf is an arts and entertainment group based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and was established in 2008 as an art collective.

12 – 3PM at Meow Wolf The David Loughridge Learning Center

Drum-Making and Music Workshop and Demonstration with Akeem Ayanniyi | Musical Instruments | Nigeria
$12/person for the workshop or $27/person for both workshop and The House of Eternal Return exhibition entrance
Purchase your tickets here.

 

 

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 11AM–1PM
Railyard Santa Fe Walking Tour
Free and Open to the Public

Cowgirl BBQ
319 S Guadalupe St. | 505.982.2565

Since 1993, the Cowgirl has been serving up righteous barbecue, regional American cuisine, and a whole lot more at its Railyard location near downtown Santa Fe.

 

Luis Rodríguez Ricardo | El Grupo Bayate | Painting | Cuba

Luis will paint boldly colored and representational reflections and common themes of village life, and everyday activities from Cuba he grew up in, depicting a beautiful window into Cuban life.

 

Peruvian Connection
328 S Guadalupe St, Santa Fe, NM 87501 | 505.438.8198

Since 1976, Peruvian Connection has based its artisan-made, luxury fiber designs on ethnographic textiles from around the world. In addition to signature knitwear, Peruvian Connection exclusively designs romantic dresses and imaginatively handcrafted accessories.

Faustino Flores Meneses | Hilos y Colores | Textiles | Peru

Faustino will weave traditional ancient Wari textiles, known for their geometric and sometimes whimsically anthropomorphic features, and other relics of the past, as a basis for fascinating tapestries and garments from Ayacucho, Peru.

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THURSDAY, JULY 11, 2–4PM
Downtown Santa Fe Walking Tour
Free and Open to the Public

Antieau Gallery
134 W Water Street | 505.983.9529

Chris Roberts-Antieau has consistently been a pioneer of machine embroidery. Her main body of work, which she calls “fabric paintings”, are tapestries created in her signature style of fabric appliqué and embroidery, often described as folk, visionary, outsider, and contemporary.

Roberto Domingo Gil Esteban | Painting | Cuba

Roberto will paint to whimsically capture the vibrant life that surrounds him in Cuba using acrylics, pencils, engraving tools, linoleum and printing paper.

 

 

EILEEN FISHER Santa Fe
142 Lincoln Ave #101 | 505.986.0900

EILEEN FISHER makes ethical, timeless, well-made clothes designed to work together, wear effortlessly and be part of a responsible lifecycle. Since 2009 we have been taking back everything we make as part of EILEEN FISHER Renew.

Rupa Trivedi, Priti Ghosalkar & Adele Mattern | Textiles | Adiv Pure Nature | India

Adiv Pure Nature will create exquisite, natural-dyed textiles, and discuss the flagship Temple Blessings Project, offerings at local Hindu temples—marigold, coconut husk, hibiscus, and rose—that are recycled into dyes and materials for steamed textured prints.

 

Malouf on the Plaza
61 Old Santa Fe Trail | 505.983.9241

Malouf on the Plaza combines the best of local, regional, Native American jewelry artists, leading national jewelry brands, vintage and contemporary.

Juan Isaac Vásquez García & Wilmer Vásquez Luis | Textiles – Rugs & Tapestries | Mexico

The Vásquez family will weave and share how they preserve traditional Zapotec textile practices using natural dyes for their vividly beautifully colored woven textiles.

 

 

Rocki Gorman Gallery
La Fonda on the Plaza | 119 Old Santa Fe Trail | 505.983.7833

Since the age of seven, Rocki Gorman has been creating jewelry in her parent’s store. Rocki Gorman Gallery offers unique, limited, and traditional jewelry by Rocki plus boutique clothing.

Andrea Tello | Jewelry | Ecuador

Master jeweler Andrea will create filigree silver, gold, and metal jewelry from the patterns found on traditional Andean women’s clothing representative of the history, culture, and heritage of Ecuador.

 

 

SHIPROCK Santa Fe
53 Old Santa Fe Trail | 505.982.8478

Shiprock Santa Fe has the city’s largest selection of Navajo weavings, historic and contemporary Native American jewelry, pottery, vintage home furnishings, and more.

 

Timoteo Ccarita Sacaca | Textiles | Peru

Timoteo will weave intricately detailed and often ecstatically colorful, textiles from natural dye and materials with interpretations of ancient Andean cosmology.

 

Shelby House
220 Shelby Street | 505.216.0836

Cheers & Welcome to Shelby House, home to Spirited Goods which features a carefully curated selection of products celebrating the cocktail & mocktail hour, entertaining at home, and gifts for all occasions.

 

José García Antonio and wife Santa Reyna Teresita Mendoza Sanchez | Sculpture | Mexico

Don José and Doña Teresita from Oaxaca, who are exemplars of cultural preservation, will beautifully create clay figures inspired by animals, mermaids, and the female form.

 

Workshop Santa Fe Dry Goods Wildlife
53 Old Santa Fe Trail | 505.982.4066

Workshop Santa Fe Dry Goods Wildlife curates top international and boutique designer apparel, footwear, and accessories.

 

 

Blaise Cayol | Basketry  | France

Blaise will weave traditional Provençal wickerwork baskets, an art form he has kept alive by traveling and studying throughout France.

 

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For more information, please contact Connie Tooker Nuñez, Associate Director of Advancement at 505.992.7602 or at connie@folkartmarket.org.