Questions = Preguntas
- Is there a directory of artisans and info about where to purchase their works? Bonus points: Directory with social web accounts
- Are there other directories of international folk artists?
- Celebrating the International Year of Indigenous Languages, what are the most popular Indigenous words spoken at this year’s International Folk Art Market?
- Are there livestreaming and recorded videos?
- Who is reporting / blogging / tweeting about the event?
In July 2004, 61 master folk artists from 36 countries ventured to this high-desert city to share in a then-untested proposition that creativity, prosperity and community wellbeing could be realized through the art of the handmade. This is the world’s largest, most diverse folk art festival to celebrate cherished craft traditions and contribute to global unity, and economic change.
How about an amazing #marketmemory from 2015 courtesy of our friend Bob Smith. We are 5 months and 4 days away from the 16th Annual International Folk Art Market on July 12-14, 2019. Help us welcome 150 artists from 50 countries, shop beautifully handcra… https://t.co/HvhZhS8dhi pic.twitter.com/qhgrZPvca8
— IFAM (@ifamsantafe) February 7, 2019
I’m honored to be volunteering for Dreamweavers Cooperative at the International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe this weekend. Thanks to all the artisans who have come so far. There is a lot of talent to support. Viva Mexico https://t.co/ExsTCgc5D8
— Norma Schafer (@OaxacaCulture) July 10, 2019
— Norma Schafer (@OaxacaCulture) July 12, 2019
Ready to go! pic.twitter.com/gk2mDN2HJ5
— CPALI (@CPALI) July 12, 2019
My Heart is in the Art—-international Folk Art Market 2019 Santa Fe pic.twitter.com/pceHSgMdZx
— Ruby (@ttttch) July 14, 2019
As a member of the Water Team delivering water to the artists at the International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe (@IFAMSantaFe) this afternoon, I found an artist from the Punzo family of Michoacan relaxing with one of their creations. pic.twitter.com/Vh5QaMlmvW
— Frank W. Chambers (@chambersfw1) July 14, 2019
The Santa Fe Farmers' Market is southside too! The Mercado Del Sur takes place every Tuesday afternoon from 3 pm to 6 pm.
— Santa Fe Arts & Culture Department (@SantaFeArtCultr) July 13, 2019
What are you up to on this sunny weekend? ☀️ SchoolArts editor Nancy Walkup is with Crizmac president Stevie Mack at the opening of Santa Fe's International Folk Art Market! pic.twitter.com/XyLbWOnfXJ
— SchoolArts Magazine (@SchoolArts) July 13, 2019
— Alexandra Eldridge (@AEldridgeArt) July 13, 2019
#FolkArt is always evolving. Tune into BCD's podcast episode w/Stuart Ashman of International Folk Art Market in #SantaFe for a far-ranging convo on folk art & how tradition can also mean cutting-edge https://t.co/DGKDlJzNhi Photo: @ifamsantafe #PeopleAreCulture pic.twitter.com/G6Fc9JKyHR
— Meg Pier (@BCDestinations) July 13, 2019
Fantastically lucky to be in my hometown the weekend of the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market. One of the best displays of international mindedness that we experience – uniting people around the world through art! @ ifamsantafe pic.twitter.com/tGof59PJK4
— Natalie Martino (@nataliecmartino) July 14, 2019