Sunday, Aug. 21

8 a.m.-5 p.m.

100th Annual

Santa Fe Indian Market

The nation's oldest, largest and most prestigious juried Native art market celebrates its centennial with more than 500 U.S. and Canadian artists working in all media, including jewelry, textiles, baskets, beadwork and quillwork, Pueblo wooden carvings, sculpture and pottery. Attractions include dance performances, live music and Native food vendors. Free. Santa Fe Plaza and downtown

505-983-5220, swaia.org

8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Free Indian Market

This market honors and supports Indian Market elders and other master artists. Many are living treasures, lifetime achievement awardees and top prize winners. The market features nearly 600 artists showing jewelry, pottery, textiles, fetishes, baskets, fashion, beadwork, katsinas, paintings and more. Free. Federal Park

Paseo de Peralta and Washington Avenue 505-670-5918 facebook.com/ FreeIndianMarketShow/

8 a.m.-5 pm

IAIA Student and Recent Graduate Art Market

Meet the hottest emerging artists in Santa Fe. The IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts hosts 20 booths for current IAIA students and recent graduates under the museum's portal on

Palace Avenue. The event is a fundraiser for the IAIA Museum Club, supporting students in museum studies.

Museum of Contemporary Native Arts

108 Cathedral Place 505-428-5899 iaia.edu/happenings

9 a.m.-noon

Native American

Clothing Contest

A market favorite, the Native American Clothing Contest presents a wide array of regalia

and handmade clothing from North American Indigenous nations. Contestants compete for ribbons in male, female and youth categories.

Santa Fe Plaza Gazebo Stage

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Plaza Entertainment Santa Fe Plaza

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Pathways Indigenous Arts Festival

Poeh Cultural Center and Pojoaque Pueblo host this art market featuring 400-plus artists from tribes across the United States. Highlights include indoor and outdoor booths, live music, youth activities, murals, art demonstrations, film screenings, artist panels and the Pueblo Fashion Showcase.

Buffalo Thunder

Resort and Casino

30 Buffalo Thunder Trail 505-455-5054 poehcenter.org/pathways

11 a.m.-3 p.m.

Painting demonstration with fourth-generation artist Helen K. Tindel (Santa Clara Pueblo). Blue Rain Gallery

544 S. Guadalupe St. 505-954-9902 blueraingallery.com

12-3 p.m.

Jackson Clark speaks about Navajo weavings.

Sorrel Sky Gallery

125 W. Palace Ave. 505-501-6555 sorrelsky.com

1:30-6:30 p.m.


Indigenous Fashion Show

The event kicks off with a VIP preparty. Enjoy Gruet bubbles and wine, and mix and mingle before the show starts at 3 p.m. Produced by Indigenous art historian Amber-Dawn

Bear Robe (Siksika), the show features the collections of eight designers from the United States and Canada.

A trunk show, starting at

4:30, is an exclusive event for fashion show ticket holders and sponsors. Guests can buy and order directly from the designers. Wine and appetizers are served. Fashion show tickets range from $15 to $250. Trunk show tickets (limited to 100) cost $50.

Santa Fe Community Convention Center

W. Marcy St., 505-983-5220 swaia.org






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