Welcome to the 1st New Mexico Folk Art Market.
Espanola is not only the home but the birthplace of New Mexico and it’s treasured culture which has been carried on well over 400 years.
The New Mexico Folk Art Market is celebrating this unique, rich, and committed to thriving cross-culture and it’s art in the beautiful Espanola Valley of Northern New Mexico in front of the beautiful Mision y Convento on the Plaza de Española.
Located at: 101 Camino de las Espanolas, Espanola, NM 87532
June 12, 13, 14 2019 9 am – 7 pm
Uniting and showcasing the best in folk artist that have a traditional or a more contemporary/modern view to contribute to this important art form and it’s preservation and continuation.
Delicious Traditional “Native” food will be prepared and ready to sell on site by the great Norma Naranjo and The Feasting Place.
Featuring: chico stew, vegetarian native stew, fry bread, navajo tacos, Pastalitios and biscochitos for something sweet and Fresh Indian Mint Tea to wash it down.
Horno Bread Demonstrations: 10:30 AM & 4:30 PM at the Mision courtyard.
MORE DETAILS AS THEY DEVELOP
Interested in showing please email: NMFolkArtMarket@gmail.com
Become a sponsor to help with the preservation – TODAY by emailing us at NMFolkArtMarket@gmail.com!
This is a great way to get your business noticed to collectors of fine folk art or use this as a write off for your business and support the arts!