Thank You for Visiting the International Folk Art Market 2022! We’ll See You Next Year!

2022 Event Schedule

Wed, July 6  6PM–9PM Opening Night Party Museum Hill By invitation only with a donation of $1,000+
Thu, July 7 9AM-11AM IFAM Early Bird Market Museum Hill  $85.00
  11AM – 6PM (Tickets will be purchased for a firm timed-entry session that will last 2 hours.) IFAM Market Museum Hill $30.00
Fri, July 8 9AM – 6PM (Tickets will be purchased for a firm timed-entry session that will last 2 hours.) IFAM Market Museum Hill $25.00
Sat, July 9 9AM – 3PM (Tickets will be purchased for a firm timed-entry session that will last 2 hours.) IFAM Market Museum Hill  $20.00
  6PM–9PM IFAM Saturday Night Market (NEW) Museum Hill  $20.00
Sun, July 10 11AM–5PM (Tickets will be purchased for a firm timed-entry session that will last 2 hours.) IFAM Community Day Sunday Museum Hill  $15.00 

PARKING

Riding the free shuttle to Museum Hill? Guest parking is located at Santa Fe’s Midtown Campus, near the Greer Garson Theater Center. Entrance to the complex is at 1600 St. Michael’s Drive (not far from the intersection with Cerrillos Road). Simply follow the signs from there. IFAM volunteers and security will be on hand as well.

Lot hours are:
Wednesday, July 6: 4:30 pm to 10:30 pm
Thursday, July 7: 7:30 am to 8:00 pm
Friday, July 8: 7:30 am to 8:00 pm
Saturday, July 9: 7:30 am to 10:30 pm
Sunday, July 10: 9:00 am to 7:00 pm

Coming from Albuquerque? Ride the Rail Runner to the South Capitol stop and take the shuttle to the Market!

Feel like riding your bike? Bike Valet will be on site all the days of Market to park your bike and keep it safe!

The amazing teams at Santa Fe Trails and Santa Fe Valet – long-time Market partners – will ensure that your ride to and from Market is fun and easy.

Volunteers will be parking at Atalaya Elementary School, the Rio Grande School, and the Santa Fe Elder Academy, close-in venues.

Please share our thanks for these critical Market partners and all of the people making Market happen!

COVID SAFE PRACTICES

IFAM has adjusted its schedule and operations to accommodate COVID-safe practices. IFAM will strictly follow State of New Mexico public health orders. Mask wearing is highly encouraged for all Market sessions. Social distancing is also built into the configuration of the entry and Market areas. Hand sanitizer and cleaning supplies will be broadly available. IFAM will also be a cashless event, limiting points of contact.

Consistent with current federal guidelines, artists will be required to take a COVID test prior to boarding their international flights.

Food will be available at the IFAM International Food Bazaar in the back section of Museum Hill. IFAM is New Mexico Safe Certified for retail and event activities.

IFAM is equally concerned about safety and security. Consistent with IFAM’s direction, weapons of any kind, including but not limited to guns and knives, are prohibited at all times during this private event for artists, attendees, volunteers, and staff. Bag checks will be conducted by private security and security will be on-hand to address public safety and security as well as asset protection.

Congratulations to the expanding IFAM Community of Artists:
Meet the IFAM 2022 Cohort!

We are so grateful to the artists we serve for sharing with us their wondrous creations that bring color and beauty in to our lives. In that vein, we are thrilled to announce the next cohort of artists selected to exhibit in the 2022 International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe. Each entrant took part in a rigorous, multi-step selection process and 164 artists were chosen from hundreds of applicants. Of those 164, 38 are first-time to Market artists. The 2022 cohort of artists represent 48 countries including two that are new to IFAM: Finland and The Russian Federation. Please join us in celebrating their acceptance. We can’t wait to see you on Museum Hill next summer!

Karim Oukid Ouksel | Algeria | Jewelry – primarily metal
Hocine Bazine | Algeria | Textile – carpets
Jerónimo Coll And Family | Argentina | Leatherwork
* MAWO | Argentina | Textile – apparel
Marco Antonio Leonardini Sierra, Maria Eugenia Gutierrez Villafan| Taller Laureke | Bolivia | Jewelry – primarily metal
Ivan Dimitrov | Bulgaria | Woodwork
* Centro De Artesanas De Chaiguao | Chile | Baskets
Crucelina Chocho – Artesanías Kuperre | Colombia | Baskets
* Ferney Mejía – Mites/Asoglodi | Colombia | Baskets
Gary Gonález- Centro Tematico Artesanal Del Sombrero Wayuú | Colombia | Hats
Luis Alberto Cano | Precoarte Colombia | Jewelry – primarily metal
* Deisy Liliana Ortiz | Asociación Morros Joyeros | Colombia | Jewelry – primarily metal
* Wounaan Craft Group | Colombia | Jewelry – primarily nonmetal
Maria Concepcion Ospina Gomez – Kayuusipaa | Colombia | Textile – apparel
Leonidas Gutiérrez | Artesanías Koreguaje Pairepa | Colombia | Textile – apparel
*Alba Jeny Calambas | Kansuy | Colombia | Textile – apparel
* Gilberto Granja, Óscar Granja  | Granja Workshop | Colombia | Woodwork
* Antonila Ramos Bautista – Arara | Colombia | Woodwork
Roberto Domingo Gil Esteban | Cuba | 2D art
Julio Barbon Davis | Cuba | 2D art
Guillermo Estrada Viera | Cuba | 2D art
Dairan Fernandez | Cuba | 2D Art
Cenia Gutierrez Alfonso | Cuba | 2D art
Luis Rodriguez Ricardo – El Grupo Bayate | Cuba | 2D art
Leandro Gómez Quintero | Cuba | Sculpture
Clandestina | Cuba | Textile – apparel
Valentin Alarcon | Ecuador | Textile – apparel
* Tally Assuit Women’s Collective (TAWC)| Egypt | Textile – apparel
Tentmakers Of Cairo | Egypt | Textile – home
* Hannele Köngäs | Waveweaver`s Wool | Finland | Textile – apparel
Blaise Cayol | France | Baskets
* Nanasei Agyemang | Ghana | Baskets
* Angelina Quic Ixtamer, Antonio Coche Mendoza, Yensi Azucena Coche Quic | Guatemala | 2D art
Amalia Gue de Teni /Cooperativa Ixbalamke | Guatemala | Textile – apparel
Desiree Schaeffer – Casa de Artes | Guatemala | Textile – apparel
* Indigo By Olga Reiche | Guatemala | Textile – apparel
Multicolores | Guatemala | Textile – carpets
Gabriel Bien Aime | Haiti | Metalwork
Josnel Bruno | Haiti | Metalwork
Joseph Serge Jolimeau | Haiti | Metalwork
Jean Rene Leseau | Haiti | Textile – apparel
Levente Lehet Sütő | Hungary | Furniture
Zsuzsa Zsigmond | Hungary | Textile – home
* Sylvia Muhr Sutliff | Budapest & Co. | Hungary | Textile – home
Shalini Karn | India | 2D art
* Kalam Patua | India | 2D art
* Bhaskar Chitrakar | India | 2D art
* Pushpa Kumari | India | 2D art
Lai By Puja Bhargava Kamath | India | Jewelry – primarily metal
Janmamad Salemamad Luhar | India | Metalwork
Mamta Varma | Bhairvis Chikan | India | Textile – apparel
Asif Shaikh | India | Textile – apparel
Firdose Ahmad Jan | India | Textile – apparel
Abdullah Khatri / Abduljabbar Khatri – Sidr Craft | India | Textile – apparel
Pachan Premjibhai Siju | India | Textile – apparel
Womenweave Charitable Trust | India | Textile – apparel
Meeta Mastani |Bindaas Unlimited | India | Textile – apparel
Adil Mustak Khatri And Zakiya Adil Khatri | India | Textile – apparel
Thilak Reddy | India | Textile – apparel
Hemangini Rathore | Sudarshan | India | Textile – apparel
* Fahd Khatri | India | Textile – apparel
* Anuradha Kuli- Naturally Anuradha | India | Textile – apparel
* Raasleela Textile | India | Textile – apparel
* Preeti Wadhwa – Parikatha | India | Textile – apparel
* Rajan Bhimji Vankar | India | Textile – apparel
Rupa Trivedi / Adiv Pure Nature | India | Textile – apparel
Dahyalal Atmaram Kudecha | India | Textile – home
Siju Shamji Vishram | India | Textile – home
Andrea Usai – Kokku | Italy | Jewelry – primarily metal
* Tomomi Kamoshita | Cultural Exchange| Japan | Ceramics
Maki Aizawa and Tsuyo Onodera | Japan | Textile – apparel
Ilya Kazakov | Kazakhstan | Jewelry – primarily metal
Aidai Asangulova | Kyrgyzstan | Textile – apparel
Farzana Sharshenbieva | Kyrgyzstan | Textile – apparel
Fariza Sheisheyeva and Svetlana Sheisheyeva | Art Group Saima | Kyrgyzstan | Textile – home
Erkebu Djumagulova | Kyrgyzstan | Textiles – Home
Darouny Thongdynalai | Blanc De Noir | Lao, People’s Democratic Republic | Jewelry – primarily metal
Bounkhong Signavong | Lao Design | Lao, People’s Democratic Republic | Textile – apparel
Lalaina Raharindimby | Tanana Silk Madagascar | Madagascar | Textile – home
Marie Alexandrine Rasoanantenaina | Tahiana Creation | Madagascar | Textile – home
Senia Jugi |ASEAN Handicraft Promotion & Development Association (AHPADA)| Malaysia | Baskets
Aïssata Namoko | Cooperative Djiguiyaso | Mali | Textile – home
Familia Lorenzo | Mexico | 2D art
Pedro Ortega Lozano | Mexico | 2D art
* Ricardo Linares Garcia | Mexico | 3D Art
José Luis Reyes Martínez | Mexico | Ceramics
Manuel Jerónimo Reyes, José Manuel Jerónimo Cejas, And María Guadalupe Fabián Medina | Mexico | Ceramics
Magdalena Pedro Martinez | Mexico | Ceramics
Hilario Alejos Madrigal | Mexico | Ceramics
* Talavera De La Reyna | Mexico | Ceramics
* Enedina Seferina Vasquez Cruz | Mexico | Ceramics
* José De Jesús Alvarez Nogal | Mexico | Ceramics
* Leticia Engracia Garcia Aguilar | Mexico | Ceramics
* Bécal Museum | Mexico | Hats
Edith Albarran Duque and Cesar Augusto Montes Rosales | Mexico | Jewelry – primarily metal
Yesenia Yadira Salgado Tellez | Mexico | Jewelry – primarily metal
Jose German Punzo Nuñez And Family | Mexico | Metalwork
Manuel David Reyes Ramirez | Maricela Gomez Lopez | Mexico | Sculpture
Soledad Martha Hernandez de Castillo | Taller Alfonso Castillo | Mexico | Sculpture
Armando Enrique Jimenez Aragon | Familia Jimenez | | Mexico | Sculpture
Agustin Cruz Prudencio | Mexico | Sculpture
Marco Antonio Ruiz Sosa | Mexico | Sculpture
Elisa Ayala & Josué Castro | Mexico | Sculpture
Pedro Meza Meza | Sna Jolobil | Mexico | Textile – apparel
Bonifacio Vásquez Pacheco And Aurelia Gómez Jiménez | Mexico | Textile – apparel
* Academia De Rebozo Mexiquense | Mexico | Textile – apparel
Juan Isaac Vásquez García, Jerónimo Vásquez Gutiérrez, Isaac Vásquez Gutiérrez, & Wilmer Vásquez Luis | Mexico | Textile – carpets
Porfirio Gutierrez | Mexico | Textile – carpets
Julio Laja Chichicaxtle | Manteles Bordados Otomí Hechos A Mano | Mexico | Textile – home
Forencia Espinal Ramirez | Mexico | Woodwork
* Juan Zeferino Rivera | Mexico | Woodwork
* Tomás Bernal Cruz | Mexico | Woodwork
Cherry Buttons Cooperative | Morocco | Jewelry – primarily nonmetal
Omba Arts Trust | Namibia | Baskets
Janakpur Women’s Development Center | Nepal | 2D art
* Aho Amerika | New Zealand | Textile – apparel
Moussa Albaka  | Albaka Creations | Niger | Jewelry – primarily metal
Elhadji Koumama | Tuareg Jewelry | Niger | Jewelry – primarily metal
Haoua Albaka | Niger | Leatherwork
Akeem Ayanniyi | Nigeria | Instruments
Gasali Adeyemo | Nigeria | Textile – Appare
Noshad Yousuf | Pakistan | Metalwork
Gohar Sajid | Pakistan | Textile – apparel
Hebron Glass | Palestinian territories | Glasswork
Sulafa Embroidery Centre | UNRWA | Palestinian territories | Textile – apparel
Claudio Jimenez Quispe | Peru | 3D Art
Mamerto Sanchez | Peru | Ceramics
Lider Rivera Matos | Peru | Jewelry – primarily nonmetal
Timoteo Ccarita Sacaca and Benita Ccana Rojo | Peru | Textile – apparel
Amapolay | Peru | Textile – apparel
Olinda Silvano Inuma De Arias | Peru | Textile – carpets
Nilda Callanaupa | CTTC | Peru | Textile – home
* Sahtian | Russian Federation | Leatherwork
Jabulile Nala | South Africa | Ceramics
ROOTS Project | South Sudan | Jewelry – primarily nonmetal
Luis Méndez Artesanos S.L. | Spain | Jewelry – primarily metal
Thembi Dlamini | Tintsaba Master Weavers    | Eswatini | Baskets
Salaheddin | Syria, Syrian Arab Republic | Glasswork
Sidai Designs | Tanzania; officially the United Republic of Tanzania | Jewelry – primarily nonmetal
Somporn Intaraprayong | Thailand | Textile – apparel
Mehmet Cetinkaya Gallery | Turkey | Textile – apparel
Lesia Pona/Pokuttya Folk Art | Ukraine | Textile – apparel
Avis Charley | United States | 2D Art (nominated by Museum of Contemporary Native Arts)
Brandon Adriano Ortiz | United States | Ceramics (nominated by School for Advanced Research)
Carol Lujan | United States | Glasswork and Ceramics (nominated by Museum of Indian Arts & Culture)
Cristina Feldewert| United States | Metal (nominated by Museum of Spanish Colonial Art)
Roberto Benavidez | United States | 3d Art (nominated by the Museum of International Folk Art)
Waddie CrazyHorse | United States | Jewelry – primarily metal (nominated by Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian)
Mamur Rakhmanov | Uzbekistan | Jewelry – primarily metal
* Zavkiddin Kamalov | Uzbekistan | Metalwork
* Shukurillo Kamalov | Uzbekistan | Metalwork
Sanjar Nazarov | Uzbekistan | Textile – Apparel
* Djamol Temirov | Uzbekistan | Textile – Home
Madina Kasimbaeva | Uzbekistan | Textile – home
Aziz Murtazaev | Crafts Studio IkatUz | Uzbekistan | Textile – apparel
Gulnora Odilova | Uzbekistan | Textile – apparel
* Elena Ladik | Uzbekistan | Textile – apparel
School Of Traditional Carpet Weaving, Embroidery & Natural Dyeing Supported By UNESCO | Uzbekistan | Textile – carpets
Anvar Kurbanov | Uzbekistan | Textile – carpets
* Ulugbek Kosimov | Uzbekistan | Textile – carpets
Mukhabbat Kuchkorova | Uzbekistan | Textile – home
Zarina Kendjaeva | Uzbekistan | Textile – home
Mario Calderón | Venezuela | Woodwork
Evah Mudenda | Zimbabwe | Baskets

Consider making a donation to help first-time Market artists attend the International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe.

*Indicates new artist

 

Market Week Events

Tues, July 5
8AM–12PM Mentor to Market: IFAM Artist Conference TBD For IFAM Artists
(Closed to Public)

5:30PM–8:45PM Artist Procession & Community Celebration Santa Fe Plaza
Free and Open to the Public

 

Thurs, July 7
An Evening of Community Celebrating “Indigenous Modern” in Santa Fe
A PARTNERSHIP EVENT WITH INSPIRED LIVING DESIGN AND IFAM.
July 7th, 2022 6:30-9:00 pm
343 West Manhattan Ave

Inspired Living Design Group invites you to join us for an evening of celebration as we honor our community of artisans and designers, collectors and connoisseurs. Food and refreshments will be served under the magnificently appliqued tent recently delivered to Santa Fe from the Tentmakers of Cairo.

Participating Artisans:

  • Jeronimo Coll, Hand-crafted knives and flatware from Argentina
  • Finature Designs, “Colombiana” custom lamp shades
  • Vanita Chauhan, Applique pillows from India
  • Loren Aragon, Acoma Pueblo Fashion designer
  • Glaucia Galvau, Brazilian Ceramic Artist

Additionally, the evening will feature an exhibition of designer collections curated by the ILD Design Team bringing indigenous pillow and furniture designs from Brazil, Mexico, plus ILD’s custom creative interpretations from the Zenú and Werrengue peoples of Colombia.

RSVP to 505.333.9096 to attend our IFAM VIP Reception from 5:00-6:30pm.

Sun, July 10
South African Jazz Workshop with Lincoln Center Jazz Educator Melanie Scholtz on Museum Hill
Sun, July 10, 2022
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM MDT
Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian
704 Camino Lejo, Santa Fe, NM 87505
Admission $40 + fees
Purchase Tickets Here

Melanie will be presenting a fresh twist on jazz from an award winning jazz singer and songwriter together with a combination traditional South African native tongues instrumental, and vocal music styles. Instrumentalists may bring guitars woodwinds also, percussionist may bring drums. This is a first come, first served event and tickets may sell out. 20% of the proceeds from this workshop will benefit the International Folk Art Market.