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Native American Art Magazine

August - September 2019 / No.22

Divided into four major categories, each bimonthly issue has its own easy-to-find color-coded section. Quickly turn to the section that interests you the most. Each section lists dates and addresses for upcoming events and activities so you don't miss any important shows or sales.

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International Artist Publishing, Inc.
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6 Issues


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honoring the resilience

We were just elated when SWAIA let us know that the theme for this year’s Santa Fe Indian Market would be Rise & Remember: Honoring the Resilience of Native Women. It is truly an honor for us to be associated with this cause and when you look through the pages of this magazine you will see work upon work—whether it be pottery, jewelry, beadwork, painting, photography, sculpture or basketry—created by Native women from tribes across the country. “This year we seek to honor our sisters who have passed, who have gone missing and/or were murdered and those who are with us fighting for better tomorrows,” says Elizabeth Kirk (Isleta/Navajo), SWAIA Board Chair, “and at the same time, celebrating our up-and-coming generations.” When we heard about this, we called Zoë Urness, one of…

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native american art magazine

VINCENT W. MILLER (Publisher) EDITORIAL JOSHUA ROSE (Editor) joshuarose@nativeamericanartmagazine.com ROCHELLE BELSITO (Managing Editor) rbelsito@nativeamericanartmagazine.com MICHAEL CLAWSON (Deputy Editor) ALYSSA M. TIDWELL (Assistant Editor) atidwell@nativeamericanartmagazine.com TAYLOR TRANSTRUM (Associate Editor) JOHN O’HERN (Santa Fe Editor) MAIA GELVIN (Intern) ADVERTISING (866) 619-0841 LISA REDWINE (Senior Account Executive) lredwine@nativeamericanartmagazine.com CHRISTIE CAVALIER (Senior Account Executive) ccavalier@nativeamericanartmagazine.com ANITA WELDON (Senior Account Executive) aweldon@nativeamericanartmagazine.com HEATHER K. RASKIN (Senior Account Executive) hraskin@nativeamericanartmagazine.com CAMI BEAUGUREAU (Account Executive) camib@nativeamericanartmagazine.com Traffic BRITTON COURTNEY (Traffic Manager) traffic@nativeamericanartmagazine.com PRODUCTION ADOLFO CASTILLO (Multi Media Manager) TONY NOLAN (Art Director) AUDREY WELCH (Graphic Designer) DANA LONG (Production Artist) SUBSCRIPTIONS (877) 947-0792 EMILY YEE (Subscriptions Manager) service@nativeamericanartmagazine.com JAIME PEACH (Accounts Receivable) jpeach@nativeamericanartmagazine.com DARROW BRUNKENHOEFER (Administrative Coordinator) admin@nativeamericanartmagazine.com Santa Fe Indian Market SOUTHWESTERN ASSOCIATION FOR INDIAN ARTS SWAIA 2019 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Chair ELIZABETH M. KIRK (Isleta/Navajo) Vice-Chair DOMINIQUE TOYA (Jemez) Secretary TRACI RABBIT (Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma) Treasurer LLOYD K. “SKIP” SAYRE MARK BAHTI RANDY CHITTO (Choctaw) L. STEPHINE POSTON (Sandia) THOMAS TEEGARDEN CHRIS YOUNGBLOOD (Santa Clara) SWAIA 2019 STAFF Executive Director IRA WILSON (Diné) PR & Marketing Director Amanda Crocker Finance Yvonne Gillespie Administration Janie Reano (Kewa) Membership and Volunteer Coordinator Tammie Touchine (Diné) Artist Services Coordinator Eric Villegas (Acoma) INDIAN…

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from the director

Greetings and welcome to the 98th Santa Fe Indian Market! 2019 has been quite the ride so far. My staff and volunteers have worked very hard to bring you an event that you won’t forget. They take great pride in supporting Native American art and artists and although the work is hard, it is definitely rewarding when our artists succeed. A very special thank you goes out to our donors and sponsors. We could not do this without you! As executive director, I have had many great experiences with artists, volunteers, politicians and the community of Santa Fe. Many of them express how much they look forward to Indian Market, or share their fondest memories with me. It is a really great feeling knowing that the Santa Fe Indian Market is…

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find native art events, shows, auctions, fairs and exhibitions during native art week

SANTA FE LOCATIONS 1 Adobe Gallery 221 Canyon Road (505) 955-0550 2 Alan Kessler Gallery 836 Canyon Road (505) 986-0123 3 Allan Houser Gallery 125 Lincoln Avenue (505) 982-4705 4 Altermann Galleries & Auctioneers 345 Camino Del Monte Sol (855) 945-0448 5 Andrea Fisher Fine Pottery 100 W. San Francisco Street (505) 986-1234 6 Authentic Traditions Gallery 110 W. San Francisco Street (505) 983-6689 7 Blue Rain Gallery 544 S. Guadalupe Street (505) 954-9902 8 Buffalo Tracks Gallery 924 Paseo de Peralta (505) 983-6106 9 Canyon Road Contemporary Art 622 Canyon Road (505) 983-0433 10 Chiaroscuro Contemporary Art 558 Canyon Road (505) 992-0711 11 Drury Plaza Hotel in Santa Fe 828 Paseo de Peralta (505) 424-2175 12 Eldorado Hotel & Spa 309 W. San Francisco Street (505) 988-4455 13 El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe 555 Camino de la Familia (505) 992-0591 14 Ellsworth Gallery 215 E. Palace Avenue (505) 989-7900 15 FaraHNHeight Fine Art 618 Paseo De Peralta (575) 751-4278 16 Faust Gallery 114 E. Palace Avenue (480) 200-4290 17 Gerald Peters Gallery 1005 Paseo de Peralta (505) 954-5700 18 Giacobbe-Fritz…

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santa fe in august

Aug. 1-18 The Summer 2019 Online Show & Sale Currently in its second year the Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association presents its online show and sale featuring fine Native American art available for purchase online. Online-Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association www.atada.org Aug.1-Sept. 30 Sandra Cohoe Aug. 1, 4-7 p.m., artist reception New works will be on view for talented Diné artist Sandra Cohoe, living in the Phoenix area but based out of Two Grey Hills, New Mexico. Cohoe works in acrylics, oils and watercolors. FaraHNHeight Fine Art www.farahnheight.com Aug. 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30, 2-3 p.m. Weekly Guided Indian Arts Research Center Tours Tours are held every Wednesday and Friday through the month of August, exploring the IARC’s outstanding collection of Native American art, including pottery, jewelry, textiles and clothing, paintings, basketry and drums. $15; free for SAR members School…

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path to market

“Long before art school and graduate programs, knowledge was passed down individually—human to human, master to apprentice. Today, institutions like IAIA are nurturing and training new artists—but it’s at home, as young children, that future artists are first exposed to and taught the traditional techniques of their ancestors. This is especially true for community heritage—the materials and ways of creation that express tribal identity. I feel so privileged and honored to have the opportunity to document this inherited dialogue, the sharing of communal and creative knowledge from parent to child and grandchild. This is the next generation of artists, learning at home, from their elders. It’s extraordinary to see!” Editor’s Note: Three years ago, we worked for the first time with Santa Fe, New Mexico-based photographer Gabriella Marks to document Santa…