Eyeing to be the ultimate end of summer getaway is Santa Fe, which announced the launch of the 92nd annual Santa Fe Indian Market. On the weekend of August 17 to 18, the venue will offer the best in Native art, fashion, performance, and culture in historic downtown Santa Fe.
With over 1,000 Native American artists and 150,000 visitors in attendance, Indian Market is the ultimate destination for the best in Native art, fashion, performance, and culture.
Accessible by road, rail or air, the 2013 Santa Fe Indian Market offers visitors with an eye for the performing arts a venue to watch Native artists in traditional dance and music performances, or catch the award-winning films of the Native Cinema Showcase. Fashion lovers will be catered to by the Native American Clothing Contest, which highlights both traditional and cutting-edge garments, and the Hip Hop Fashion Show, featuring designs by artist Ehren Kee Natay; as well as moves by a Native dance crew. Meanwhile, art connoisseurs may enjoy the Market itself, as it boasts of thousands of unique works for sale.
Indian Market also affords the opportunity to interact with and learn from the artists themselves.
SWAIA is an advocate for Native American arts and cultures and creates economic and cultural opportunities for Native American artists by producing and promoting Santa Fe Indian Market Week. SWAIA is a non-profit organization, and keeps no portion of the sales made by artists during Santa Fe Indian Market Week.
For more information, visit http://www.santafeindianmarket.com.