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International Folk Art Market
July 7-11 and July 14-18, 2021

We are excited to announce the return of the International Folk Art Market and the gathering of the wonderful IFAM community.

While the 2021 Market will be different in format than previous events, we will have need for volunteers. But the ever-changing public health landscape is causing the delay of our final plans. We anticipate announcing our event schedule and format in early April, and the publication of volunteer registration instructions in late April or early May. We apologize for the delay and hope you understand.

If you volunteered in 2018 or 2019, we have your information in our database and you will receive notifications.

The success of the International Folk Art Market | Santa Fe is due, in large part, to our amazing volunteers. For 16 years, volunteers have provided their expertise, spirit of friendship, dedication, and resourcefulness to make this the largest folk art market of its kind. We invite you to join us for the amazing experience!

Why Volunteer?

  • Support and Join a Global Community – Work with over 150 master folk artists from 60 countries who share their authentic artistic traditions. New countries represented in 2019 are Iraq, Australia and Bulgaria.
  • Create Sustainable Impact – Artists keep 80% of their earned income, serving as catalysts for positive social change in their communities by improving employment, health care, education, and well-being.
  • Become Part of the IFAM Community – Make lasting friendships with up to 2,000 other volunteers from 38 states and 8 countries – each of whom is integral to the success of the event.
  • Experience the Market – Get early access to ticket sales when you sign up to volunteer for 2 shifts by May 10.
  • Help in a Variety of Ways – With multiple teams to choose from, you can find a volunteer role that suits your interests and schedule.

More Questions? Visit our Volunteer FAQs