Santa Fe Indian Market® Has Arrived: Celebrating 93 Years of Native Arts, Fashion, Cinema, Culture and Community

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The 93rd Annual SFIM will bring thousands of visitors to Santa Fe to experience the best Native Arts Market with new added events to give attendees the experience of a lifetime.

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Today marks the first day of Indian Market Week® which culminates over the weekend with the 93rd Annual Santa Fe Indian Market® where thousands will join from all over the world to experience the best of Native America! Art, Cinema, Couture Fashion, Indigenous Music, and so much more have filled the schedule this year.

As always, there is something for everyone at this year’s Santa Fe Indian Market®. Tonight the Native Cinema Showcase will kick off the week’s events with Incident at Oglala, at 7pm at the New Mexico History Museum with a special guest–actor, musician, and activist John Trudell (Santee Sioux). The Native Cinema Showcase is a weeklong film festival brought once a year to SFIM visitors brought to you by the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian and the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts.

Guests will be amazed at all that there is to offer on this year’s Indian Market Week® events schedule including four Couture Fashion Shows including two runway shows, a FREE concert with Indigenous DJ Crew A Tribe Called Red, a tribute members reception honoring Allan Houser, an Artisan Supply/Artist Overflow happening all Market weekend, and for the first time ever a Live Auction on the Plaza! Visit our website at for complete events listings.

Join us as we celebrate 93 years of Native Arts from Indigenous Nations across the country, all ages and styles, celebrating culture this weekend in Santa Fe, New Mexico August 18-24!

About SWAIA Santa Fe Indian Market®
The Santa Fe Indian Market exists to provide a platform for established and aspiring Native/Indigenous artists to nurture and sell the art they create.


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