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Have a Party at the Legal Tender

The Legal Tender

The Legal Tender in Lamy, NM

The Legal Tender, one of the  most fabulous saloons in Santa Fe, is available for private parties.

Located in Lamy, NM which is a small New Mexico village founded in 1880 by the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad.  The Legal Tender is Lamy’s oldest structure and is on the National Register of Historic Places.  It is often used for movies filmed in New Mexico. 

On June 19, from 1-5 p.m. there will be a huge fundraiser for the Legal Tender to aid in its restoration.  Live music, food, drinks – it sounds like quite a party.  Please come by if you can.

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New York Times – 36 Hours in Santa Fe

36 Hours in Santa Fe

Chris Schneider for The New York Times

An installation by Hasan Elahi at SITE Santa Fe, a contemporary art space.

Published: May 23, 2010

THE Plaza, the heart of old Santa Fe, hasn’t changed much since the Spanish settled here 400 years ago. But surrounding the Plaza is an increasingly cosmopolitan city. Sure, it’s possible to focus entirely just on the historic center, where Native American handicrafts are for sale on every corner.

But the rest of Santa Fe now offers groovy contemporary art spaces, hot Asian restaurants and a park by a pair of trailblazing architects. Accept that Santa Fe isn’t just tacos and turquoise anymore, and you’ll find yourself loving the New Mexico capital not for what it was, but what it is.

Friday

5 p.m.
1) PUBLIC SPACE

For a beautifully curated introduction to Santa Fe, visit the New Mexico History Museum (113 Lincoln Avenue; 505-476-5200; nmhistorymuseum.org), which opened in 2009 and includes a gripping display about Los Alamos, where the Manhattan Project was conducted in secret during World War II. A large courtyard with ancient walls and shady trees separates the museum from the Palace of the Governors (palaceofthegovernors.org), the Spanish seat of government in the early 1600s and now a small museum of Colonial and Native American history. The two-museum complex is free on Fridays from 5 to 8 p.m.

7 p.m.
2) WHITE WALLS AND WINE

You’d have to be crazy to pay for a glass of white wine on Fridays. Canyon Road, which angles up from the center of town, has more than 100 galleries, and there are openings every Friday night. According to canyonroadarts.com, the largest category is contemporary representational (think brightly colored paintings of the desert). Check out Eight Modern (231 Delgado Street; 505-995-0231; eightmodern.net), where you’ll find the geometric scrap-metal constructions of the Santa Fe artist Ted Larsen. The backyard sculpture garden is a great place to marvel at New Mexico’s amazingly clear sky and savor its piñon-infused air before heading to dinner.

9 p.m.
3) AHI MOMENT

Martín Rios is a hometown boy made good: Born in Mexico and raised in Santa Fe, he apprenticed at the Eldorado Hotel and the Inn of the Anasazi — two local stalwarts — and made a brief appearance on “Iron Chef” before opening his own place, Restaurant Martín (526 Galisteo Street; 505-820-0919; restaurantmartinsantafe.com), in 2009. The main draw is the food — dishes like ahi tuna tartare ($14) and duck breast with smoked bacon polenta and Marcona almonds ($25) offer hints of the Southwest, with a dash of global aspiration. But the homey décor makes you want to stick around even after finishing the bittersweet chocolate truffle cake ($8).

Saturday

10 a.m.
4) SPICE MARKET

The Santa Fe Farmers’ Market (1607 Paseo de Peralta; 505-983-4098; santafefarmersmarket.com) dates back a half-century, but it stepped up a notch when it moved to a permanent building in 2008. Everything sold here, including dried chilies, yogurt and grass-fed meats, is produced in northern New Mexico. The market is part of a bustling district that includes the new Railyard Park by the architect Frederic Schwartz and the landscape architect Ken Smith, both Manhattanites whose taste is anything but quaint. As you wander around, be on the lookout for the Rail Runner, a gleaming new passenger train scheduled to pull in from Albuquerque at 11:08 a.m.

Noon
5) SUSTAINABLE SALADS

Santa Fe residents — as you learned roaming the Farmers’ Market — care where their food comes from. No wonder Vinaigrette (709 Don Cubero Alley; 505-820-9205; vinaigretteonline .com) was an immediate hit when it opened in 2008. The brightly colored cafe has a menu based on organic greens grown in the nearby town of Nambé. Choose a base — Caesar, Cobb and Greek are possibilities (around $10) — then add diver scallops or hibiscus-cured duck confit ($7) for a satisfying meal. Wines by the glass start at a very friendly $6.

2 p.m.
6) RIDING THE SPUR

Thanks to Santa Fe’s sometimes depressing sprawl, it’s getting harder and harder to find wide-open spaces. But drive (or bike) to the corner of Galisteo Street and West Rodeo Road, where there’s a small parking lot — then begin pedaling due south, in the direction of Lamy (about 12 miles away). What starts as an asphalt path morphs into a dirt bike trail that swerves around a 19th-century rail spur. There are some pretty steep hills, but they’re short, and the momentum from a downhill is usually enough to handle the next uphill. (If only life were like that!) The scenery is always gorgeous, especially in late afternoon, when the sun is low in the sky. Mellow Velo (638 Old Santa Fe Trail; 505-995-8356; mellowvelo.com) rents mountain bikes starting at $35 a day.

7 p.m.
7) TAPAS WITH STRANGERS

La Boca (72 West Marcy Street; 505-982-3433; labocasf.com) is one of downtown Santa Fe’s most popular new restaurants — thanks to its contemporary tapas, plus larger dishes like cannelloni filled with crab, scallop and Manchego ($11). You’ll find yourself sharing tips on what to order — and even forkfuls of delicious eats — with strangers.

10 p.m.
8) REGGAE FOR ALL AGES

Santa Fe isn’t a night-life town, but Milagro 139 (139 West San Francisco Street; 505-995-0139; milagro139.com) is helping to change that. A building that had housed a coffee shop was recently converted to a restaurant that becomes a club on Friday and Saturday nights. There’s no cover, and the drinks, including a house margarita called Beginner’s Luck ($5), are delicious. A recent visit coincided with performances by Rubixzu, a local band that performed a blend of reggae and Latin hip-hop to a diverse crowd, aged 9 to 90. For a trendier vibe, head to Meow Wolf (1800 Second Street; 505-204-4651; meowwolf.com), an alternative art space, or check its Web site for other parties hosted by Meow Wolf artists.

Sunday

10 a.m.
9) FREE-RANGE PEACOCKS

For a big breakfast and an early start, drive south on Cerrillos Road about 10 miles past the Interstate, until you see a handwritten cardboard sign that reads, “Pine wood stove pellets sold here.” You’ve arrived at the San Marcos Café (3877 State Road 14; 505-471-9298). Dozens of peacocks, turkeys and hens roam the property (which also houses a feed store), providing an Old McDonald-like backdrop for crowd-pleasers like eggs San Marcos, a cheese omelet in a bath of guacamole, beans and salsa ($12).

Noon
10) KITSCH TO CONTEMPORARY

If you ever thought that item you found at a roadside stand was one of a kind, Jackalope (2820 Cerrillos Road; 505-471-8539; jackalope.com), a sprawling, indoor-outdoor flea market, will disabuse you of that notion. There are hundreds of everything, including punched-copper switch plates and tote bags that depict Michelle Obama smiling on a swing. If you need to shake off the kitsch, head to SITE Santa Fe (1606 Paseo De Peralta; 505-989-1199; sitesantafe.org), a contemporary art space where the 2010 biennale, focused on moving image technologies in contemporary art, will run from June 20 to Jan. 2, 2011.

1 p.m.
11) YOUR OWN ADOBE

It’s difficult to spend time in Santa Fe without thinking about buying a home (or second home) here. So check out Zocalo (Avenida Rincon; 505-986-0667; zocalosantafe.com), a striking development by the Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta. He is known for crisp geometry and super-bright colors — a welcome sight in this city of browns and terra cottas. Consider it real estate voyeurism, combined with a crash course in contemporary architecture.

IF YOU GO

Santa Fe has a tiny airport, which offers nonstop service to and from Dallas and Los Angeles on American Eagle. Most visitors fly into the larger Albuquerque airport, about an hour south. A recent Web search found round-trip fares from Kennedy Airport on Delta, from about $260 for travel in June. Sadly, the Rail Runner doesn’t run to the Albuquerque airport.

The Hotel St. Francis (210 Don Gaspar Avenue; 505-983-5700; hotelstfrancis.com), billed as the oldest hotel in Santa Fe, completed a top-to-bottom renovation in 2009, and it looks spectacular. Doubles from $120.

The El Rey Inn (1862 Cerrillos Road, 505-982-1931; elreyinnsantafe.com) is a retro-chic 1930s-style motel, with nicely furnished rooms and beautifully landscaped grounds to go along with the kitschy Native American-themed architecture. Doubles from $99.

Hilton Santa Fe Golf Resort & Spa (30 Buffalo Thunder Trail; 505-455-5555; buffalothunderresort.com) is part of a new casino complex, about 15 minutes north of town. Doubles from $159. Hilton also built a less-expensive Homewood Suites nearby (10 Buffalo Thunder Trail; 505-455-9100), with doubles from $109.

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10-Day Santa Fe Event Calendar

Cultural & Community Events Listings for

Santa Fe

Covering May 21, 2010 through May 30, 2010

For complete event listings, visit http://www.nmcn.org/calendar
or Santa Fe Arts And Culture: http://www.santafeartsandculture.org

Fri May 21 2010

7:00 am Santa Fe Bike To Work Day at The Railyard
10:00 am MARCIA CRAWFORD: BACK FROM INDIA May 21 – May 23 at TRAVELER’S MARKET DEVARGAS CENTER (BEHIND OFFICE DEPOT)
10:00 am Southwestern Tapas at Santa Fe School of Cooking and Market
5:00 pm Four Rooms at Casa Contemporary Art
5:00 pm Wildlife Invitational Exhibition at Randall Davey Audubon Center
5:30 pm Native Treasures: Indian Arts Festival at Santa Fe Community Convention Center
5:30 pm Art & History Walking Tour at New Mexico Museum of Art
6:00 pm Spring & Summer Smoking at Las Cosas Kitchen Shop
6:00 pm Anatomy of a Symphony Concert Preview at Saint Francis Auditorium
7:00 pm Spiritual Cinema at Unity Santa Fe
7:00 pm SFCC Spring Piano Recital at Room 216 on the Santa Fe Community College Campus
7:00 pm Big Screen Series: Bruce Springsteen in Concert in HD at The Lensic, Santa Fe’s Performing Arts Center

Sat May 22 2010

9:00 am Free Breakfast for Seniors at Sunflower Farmers Market at Sunflower Farmers Market
9:00 am Native Treasures: Indian Arts Festival at Santa Fe Community Convention Center
10:00 am MARCIA CRAWFORD: BACK FROM INDIA May 21 – May 23 at TRAVELER’S MARKET DEVARGAS CENTER (BEHIND OFFICE DEPOT)
10:00 am World Salads at Las Cosas Kitchen Shop
10:00 am In Celebration of Ernest Thompson Seton at TRAVELER’S MARKET DEVARGAS CENTER (BEHIND OFFICE DEPOT)
10:00 am Mexican Light (Mex Light) at Santa Fe School of Cooking and Market
12:00 pm Sundance Institute Presents a FREE Screening of Taika Waititi’s Boy in Santa Fe at The Lensic, Santa Fe’s Performing Arts Center
12:00 pm Annual Iris Show at DeVargas Center
12:00 pm Taika Waititi’s Boy, an Official Selection from the 2010 Sundance Film Festival at The Lensic, Santa Fe’s Performing Arts Center
12:00 pm Trunk Show with Jeweler Angie Reano Owen (Santo Domingo Pueblo) at Museum of Contemporary Native Arts
12:00 pm Sundance Institute Presents a FREE Screening of Taika Waititi’s Boy in Santa Fe at The Lensic, Santa Fe’s Performing Arts Center
12:30 pm Open Hands, Open Hearts Golf Tournament at Towa Golf Course at Buffalo Thunder
2:00 pm The Cheese Series I – Not Just For Crackers at Santa Fe School of Cooking and Market
7:00 pm 3 Minute Film Festival at The Lensic, Santa Fe’s Performing Arts Center

Sun May 23 2010

10:00 am Native Treasures: Indian Arts Festival at Santa Fe Community Convention Center
12:00 pm Santa Fe Soul’s 5th Birthday Open House Celebration at Santa Fe Soul Health & Healing Center
12:00 pm In Celebration of Ernest Thompson Seton at TRAVELER’S MARKET DEVARGAS CENTER (BEHIND OFFICE DEPOT)
12:00 pm MARCIA CRAWFORD: BACK FROM INDIA May 21 – May 23 at TRAVELER’S MARKET DEVARGAS CENTER (BEHIND OFFICE DEPOT)
1:30 pm Screening of “Nashville” and Discussion with Acclaimed Writer-Director Joan Tewkesbury at The Lensic, Santa Fe’s Performing Arts Center
6:00 pm Let’s Celebrate Oscar Hammerstein at La Casa Sena Cantina

Mon May 24 2010

10:00 am Mabel Dodge Lujan: Anglo Arts Patronage by Lois Rudnick at Museum of Spanish Colonial Art
6:00 pm Reclaim Your Body, Lose Weight & Feel Great with Lisa Giannini at Santa Fe Soul Health & Healing Center
6:30 pm Learn to Speak Abstraction in Three Easy Lessons at Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Education Annex

Tue May 25 2010

10:00 am New World Tapas at Santa Fe School of Cooking and Market
2:00 pm Chile Amor Cooking Class at Santa Fe School of Cooking and Market
6:00 pm Light Italian at Las Cosas Kitchen Shop
7:00 pm David Newman CD release kirtan/concert at Unity Santa Fe

Wed May 26 2010

2:00 pm Restaurant Walking Tour -3 at Santa Fe School of Cooking and Market
7:30 pm Natalie Zukerman at Santa Fe Brewing Company

Thu May 27 2010

8:15 am Artists’ Boot Camp at Santa Fe Community College
10:00 am Chile Rellenos at Santa Fe School of Cooking and Market
2:00 pm Restaurant Walking Tour -2 at Santa Fe School of Cooking and Market
7:00 pm Spring Recital at The Lensic, Santa Fe’s Performing Arts Center
7:00 pm Kabbalah and the Divine Romance with Levi Ben-Shmuel at Santa Fe Soul Health & Healing Center

Fri May 28 2010

10:00 am Traditional New Mexican Cooking Class I (Trad 1) at Santa Fe School of Cooking and Market
5:00 pm Photography Gallery Grand Opening at Teresa Neptune Studio/Gallery
5:00 pm Barbara Meikle, Opening Reception at Pippin Meikle Fine Art
6:00 pm New Mexico Favorites at Las Cosas Kitchen Shop
6:00 pm The East has come to the West: Community Lecture with Jen Heine at Santa Fe Soul Health & Healing Center
7:00 pm Medicine Wheel for Peace Celebration at Unity Santa Fe
7:00 pm Big Screen Classics Hitchock Weekend: The Birds at The Lensic, Santa Fe’s Performing Arts Center
7:00 pm Community Talk on Kunlun Nei Gung at Santa Fe Soul
7:30 pm The Greencards at Santa Fe Brewing Company

Sat May 29 2010

10:00 am Medicine Wheel for Peace Celebration at Unity Santa Fe
10:00 am Cuisines of Mexico V (Cuis of Mex V) at Santa Fe School of Cooking and Market
10:00 am Tamales & Rellenos at Las Cosas Kitchen Shop
2:00 pm Tamales Cooking Class at Santa Fe School of Cooking and Market
7:00 pm Big Screen Classics Hitchcock Weekend: Vertigo at The Lensic, Santa Fe’s Performing Arts Center

Sun May 30 2010

11:00 am Traditional New Mexican IV (Trad IV) at Santa Fe School of Cooking and Market
12:00 pm In Celebration of Ernest Thompson Seton at TRAVELER’S MARKET DEVARGAS CENTER (BEHIND OFFICE DEPOT)
1:00 pm Medicine Wheel for Peace Celebration at Unity Santa Fe
2:00 pm Nacha Mendez Latin Trio at None
2:30 pm SFCO May Concert at Saint Francis Auditorium

Ongoing Events

7:00 am Santa Fe Farmers Market at Santa Fe Farmers Market
8:00 am Santa Fe Artist Market at The Railyard, by Site Santa Fe
8:00 am Advance Ticket Sales at Museum of International Folk Art
8:00 am The National Conference on Wilderness & Travel Medicine at Santa Fe Community Convention Center
8:00 am Three and six-hour art workshops at Santa Fe School of Art
8:30 am Capital Indoor Flea Market at Capital Moving & Storage
9:00 am Hatha Yoga at Solis Studio
9:00 am Santa Fe Society of Artists’ Fine Art Market at First National Bank of Santa Fe Lot near Plaza
9:00 am Yoga with Karen Mauthe at Oddfellows Hall
9:00 am First Laugh at Museum of Contemporary Native Arts
9:00 am I Didn’t Cross the Border, the Border Crossed Me at Museum of Contemporary Native Arts
9:30 am Disease and Disorder ThetaHealing 10 Day Certification Class at Santa Fe Soul Health & Healing Center
9:30 am HISTORIC/CULTURAL TOUR at Eldorado Hotel & Spa
9:30 am Ernest Thompson Seton, Artist-Naturalist & Storyteller at 129 W. San Francisco St.
9:45 am HISTORIC/CULTURAL TOUR at La Fonda Santa Fe
10:00 am ALLAN HOUSER SCULPTURE GARDEN TOURS at 15 Miles South of Santa Fe Hwy 14
10:00 am SFCC School of Arts and Design Juried Student Show at Visual Arts Gallery on the SFCC campus
10:00 am JOHN RANDALL NELSON: SMALL WORKS at Gebert Contemporary at the Railyard
10:00 am Women of New Mexico: Concha Ortiz y Pino de Kleven (1910-2006) at Museum of Spanish Colonial Art
10:00 am Wildlife Invitational Exhibition at Randall Davey Audubon Center
10:00 am Material World: Textiles & Dress From the Collection at Museum of International Folk Art
10:00 am Sketching and Painting Santa Fe at Patrick Smith (Canyon Road)
10:00 am Yoga with Karen Mauthe at Oddfellows Hall
10:00 am Nizhoni Shima’: Master Weavers of the Toadlena/Two Grey Hill Region at The Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian
10:00 am A Century of Masters: The NEA National Heritage Fellows at Museum of International Folk Art
10:00 am In Celebration of Ernest Thompson Seton at TRAVELER’S MARKET DEVARGAS CENTER (BEHIND OFFICE DEPOT)
10:00 am INTUITIVE PAINTING at The Lofts
10:00 am Sundays in Santa Fe at Varied
10:00 am Collect: Inside 8 at Center for Contemporary Arts
10:00 am Santera Virginia Maria Romero Retablos & Tiles at La Fonda Santa Fe Arius La Fonda Gallery
10:00 am Steve Schapiro: American Edge at Monroe Gallery of Photography
10:00 am 30: A New Collection of Works by Stephen Wood at The Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian
10:00 am Kunlun Nei Gung Weekend Seminar with Jen Heine at Santa Fe Soul Health & Healing Center
10:00 am Allan Houser Sculpture Garden Tours at 15 Miles South of Santa Fe Hwy 14
10:00 am Museum Art Exhibition “Art on the Edge” at New Mexico Museum of Art
10:15 am Looking at Indian Art at The Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian
11:00 am Open Studio at Leah Saulnier Home Studio
11:00 am Joan Watts: Untitled at Charlotte Jackson Fine Art
11:00 am Barbara Meikle – Painting Demonstrations at Pippin Meikle Fine Art
12:00 pm Spiritual Support Group at Santa Fe Center for Spiritual Living
12:00 pm Eric Tillinghast RAIN MACHINE at Center for Contemporary Arts
1:15 pm HISTORIC/CULTURAL TOUR at La Fonda Santa Fe
1:30 pm ALLAN HOUSER SCULPTURE GARDEN TOURS at 15 Miles South of Santa Fe Hwy 14
1:30 pm Painting Oil Portraits at Solis Studio
1:30 pm HISTORIC/CULTURAL TOUR at Eldorado Hotel & Spa
1:30 pm Pencil Portraits at Solis Studio
2:00 pm Flamenco Classes All Levels with Juan Siddi at Aspen Santa Fe Ballet
2:00 pm Docent Tours of the Historic Randall Davey Home & Art Studio at Randall Davey Audubon Center
5:00 pm Happy Hour with Live Music at the Turquoise Trial Bar & Grill at Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino – Turquoise Trail Bar & Grill
5:00 pm Yoga: For Wellness and Coping with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder/Thursdays at Santa Fe Soul Health & Healing Center Sun Room
5:30 pm Yoga: Gentle with Sally at Santa Fe Soul Health & Healing Center Sun Room
5:30 pm Yoga: Prenatal with Jacci at Genoveva Chavez Community Center
5:30 pm Yoga with Karen Mauthe at Oddfellows Hall
5:30 pm “GHOSTWALKERS” TOUR at La Posada de Santa Fe Resort & Spa
5:30 pm “GHOSTWALKERS” TOUR at Hilton Santa Fe
6:00 pm Sufi Cirlce at Rotating Locations
6:00 pm Backgammon Club at La Posada de Santa Fe
6:30 pm Voice Class! at West Alameda
7:00 pm Handmade/Homemade Symposia at House Event
7:00 pm Beginner Belly Dance Drop-In Class at Saltanah Studios (at West Side Studios)
7:00 pm Tai Chi Chuan with Levi Ben-Shmuel at Santa Fe Soul Health & Healing Center Sun Room
7:00 pm Belly Dance Comes to Cleopatra Southside! at Cleopatra Cafe Southside
7:00 pm Chakra Rhythm Drum Circle Classes at Santa Fe Harmony Center
7:00 pm Kabbalah and the Divine Romance with Levi Ben-Shmuel at Santa Fe Soul Health & Healing Center Sun Room
7:00 pm International Folk Dancing at Odd Fellows Hall
7:00 pm Wednesday Night Inspiration at Santa Fe Center for Spiritual Living
7:00 pm Nacha Mendez-Latin World Music at La Boca
7:00 pm Flamenco Classes All Levels with Juan Siddi at Aspen Santa Fe Ballet
8:30 pm Eldorado Court Lounge Live Entertainment at Eldorado Hotel & Spa
9:00 pm DJ John at the Turquoise Trail Bar & Grill at Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino – Turquoise Trail Bar & Grill
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Santa Fe Summer Art Markets Calendar

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Santa Fe Summer Art Markets

Summer Art Markets

It’s time to plan your visit to Santa Fe for some of the Best Summer Art Markets in the World!

You’ll want to save this 2010 Summer Art Markets schedule and visit as many as possible.


native treasures

Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival

May 22-23 (weekend BEFORE Memorial Day)
Santa Fe Convention Center (downtown)

The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture hosts this annual festival, inviting more than 180 of the most celebrated Native American artists to showcase their work at the Santa Fe Convention Center. Native Treasures kicks off with a Pre-Sale and Cocktail Party Benefit Friday, May 21, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Visit their website for a full listing of associated events, artists and detailed information.


sofa west

SOFA West – Santa Fe

July 8-11
Santa Fe Convention Center
(downtown)

After a successful first year that drew more than 10,000 art lovers, SOFA West: Santa Fe returns to the Santa Fe Convention Center, bringing the world’s leading works in contemporary decorative arts and design, represented by prominent international galleries and art dealers. The SOFA (Sculptural Objects and Functional Art) fairs bridge the worlds of design, decorative and fine arts, revealing contemporary expressions of traditional decorative arts.

Visit their website for details & times.


folk art market

International Folk Art Market – 7th Year

July 9-11
Museum Hill
(Camino Lejo)

The world’s largest international folk art market features more than 170 artists from 52 countries selling high quality, handmade folk art. Purchase one-of-a-kind pieces, from pottery and rugs to clothing, jewelry and so much more. It is one of the major reasons Santa Fe was designated a UNESCO Creative City in Folk Art. You’ll want to plan on coming early!

See their website for transportation & parking as well as times, artists & details.


art santa fe

ART Santa Fe – Tenth Anniversary

July 15-18
Santa Fe Convention Center
(downtown)

This prestigious art fair brings art collectors together with artists and representatives from more than 50 galleries around the world. Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, the event showcases work by acclaimed masters as well as emerging artists, including site-specific installations.

Visit their website for events, times & details.


spanish market

Traditional Spanish Market – 59th Year

July 24-25
Santa Fe Plaza
(downtown)

More than 200 Hispanic artists gather on the Santa Fe Plaza on for the annual Traditional Spanish Market, which features an array of Spanish Colonial art works, including hand-carved furniture, tinwork, weavings, straw appliqué and images of saints. Live entertainment from the stage accompanies the events both days. This is the largest Hispanic market in the country.

Also watch for the Contemporary Hispanic Market which takes place at the same time on side streets that line the Plaza.

See website for details.


whitehawk

Whitehawk Ethnographic Art Show – 27th Annual

August 12-14
Santa Fe Convention Center
(downtown)

More than 150 dealers showcase the 27th annual ethnographic art show including Oceanic, Pre-Columbian, Spanish Colonial, African, Oriental, Indonesian and other ethnographic art including jewelry, furniture, paintings, pottery and more at the Santa Fe Convention Center.

Whitehawk Invitational Antique Indian Art Show – 32nd Annual

August 15-17
Santa Fe Convention Center
(downtown)

The 32nd Annual Whitehawk Invitational Antique Indian Art Show is devoted to historic antique Indian art, featuring stunning indigenous art treasures, from Northwest Coast masks to California baskets and Southwestern pottery.

Visit their website for schedules, artists and more.


indian market

Santa Fe Indian Market – 88th Annual

August 21-22
Santa Fe Plaza

The world famous Santa Fe Indian Market is the largest market devoted to Native American arts in the world. It is Santa Fe’s largest and most popular event, drawing about 100,000 visitors. More than 1,000 artists gather on the Santa Fe Plaza to sell their traditional and contemporary works, including jewelry, pottery, textiles and more.

Visit their website for a complete list of associated events and information. [http://santafe.org:Book your stay now!]


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Summer Discounts and Specials
Visit the Specials section on SantaFe.org for Summer Art Markets-related related discounts and packages.


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Plan Your Trip
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