IAIA’s Holiday Art Market and SFCC’s Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair
Over one hundred of the finest artists and craftspeople from across New Mexico will be setting up shop at Santa Fe Community College’s (SFCC) Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair and Institute of American Indian Art’s (IAIA) Holiday Art Market on Saturday, December 10, from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. We encourage everyone to visit both campuses, which are only a six-minute drive or an 11-minute bike ride apart. SFCC’s Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair will be in the Main Hallway and Campus Center at 6401 Richards Ave. IAIA’s Holiday Art Market will be in the Performing Arts and Fitness Center at 83 Avan Nu Po Road. Admission and parking are free at both events.
Artists from Santa Fe, Albuquerque, Taos, Cochiti Pueblo, Santo Domingo Pueblo, Farmington, and other locations will participate in both events. Works for sale include jewelry, handbags and totes, woodcarvings, pottery, paintings, prints, photos, tinwork, handmade cards and ornaments, and much more.
IAIA will feature the work of Indigenous artists, including traditional incised and carved pottery from Eric Tafoya (Santa Clara Pueblo), contemporary metalsmith work in zirconium, titanium, and stainless steel by Pat Pruitt (Pueblo of Laguna), traditional and contemporary beadwork by Shannon Hooper (Fallon Paiute and Shoshone), traditional ash and sweetgrass baskets by Barbara Robidoux (Eastern Cherokee), functional porcelain and stoneware by Margarita Paz Pedro (Laguna Pueblo and Santa Clara Pueblo), wood carvings including Kachinas by Timothy Talawepi (Hopi), photography, linocuts, and screen prints by Tiara Yazzie (Diné), and more.
SFCC Facilities Coordinator Fran Nawrocki at email@example.com, (505) 428-1675, or visit www.sfcc.edu, and IAIA Alumni and Donor Relations Manager Danielle Murzynsky-Obiekwe (Chickasaw Nation) at firstname.lastname@example.org or (505) 428-5931.
Call For Artists
There are still a few artist booth spaces available during IAIA’s Holiday Art Market. Please review the criteria at the button below.
Participating Artists in IAIA’s Holiday Market
|First||Last||Tribal Affiliation||Grad Year|
|Laura||Ansera||San Felipe Pueblo and Isleta Pueblo||’17|
|Ralph||Aragon||Pueblo of Zia||’66|
|Jaycie||Begay||Santa Clara Pueblo|
|Jennifer||Benally||Oneida and Diné||’23|
|James||Black||Cheyenne and Arapaho||’22|
|Nathan||Blacksheep||Bishop Paiute Tribe|
|Heidi||Brandow||Diné and Kānaka Maoli||’13|
|Celia||Calabaza||Jicarilla Apache and Kewa Pueblo||’24|
|Amber||Carrillo||Pueblo of Laguna||’95|
|Patricia||Coriz||Santo Domingo Pueblo|
|Jared||DeCelles||Gros Ventre and Assiniboine||’26|
|Karl||Duncan||Mandan, Hidatsa, Arikara, and San Carlos Apache||’09|
|Nina||Garcia||Santo Domingo Pueblo|
|Shannon||Hooper||Fallon Paiute Shoshone Tribe||’23|
|Emily||Little Hoop||Oglala, Sicangu Lakota, and Diné (Navajo)||’24|
|Monica||Lovato||San Felipe Pueblo||’23|
|Victoria||Lucero||Santo Domingo Pueblo|
|Lorenza||Marcais||Chicana and Mescalero Apache||’19|
|Donna||Martinez||Acoma and Taos Pueblos||’17|
|Jennifer||Medina||Kewa Pueblo (Santo Domingo)|
|Melody||Monarch||Ma-chis Creek and Mexíca|
|Sharon||Naranjo Garcia||Santa Clara Pueblo and Tewa|
|Shane||Pacheco||Santo Domingo Pueblo|
|Margarita||Paz-Pedro||Laguna Pueblo and Santa Clara Pueblo||’23|
|Pat||Pruitt||Pueblo of Laguna|
|John Paul||Rangel||Lipan/Mescalero Apache, Mestizo, and Spanish descent|
|Jeremy||Red Eagle||Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate|
|Martin and Arvada||Rosetta||Santo Domingo Pueblo|
|Eunice||Selestewa||Santo Domingo Pueblo|
|De Haven||Soilman Chaffins||Laguna and Zuni Pueblo||’90|
|Eric||Tafoya||Santa Clara Pueblo|
|Gwen||Tafoya||Santa Clara Pueblo|
|Judy||Tafoya||Santa Clara Pueblo|
|Lori||Tapahonso||Diné and Acoma|
|Nidahnis||Taylor||Red Lake Ojibwe and Prairie Band Potawatomi||’25|
|Clyde||Tenario||Santo Domingo Pueblo||’67|
|Randy||Tenario||Santo Domingo Pueblo|
|Ienenharihshon||Thompson||Mohawk and Ojibwa||’25|
|Michelle||Tsosie Sisneros||Santa Clara Pueblo|
|Neecy||Twinem||Sac and Fox Nation|
|Alice||Vigil||Diné (Navajo Nation)|
|Stephen||Wall||Jemez Pueblo and White Earth Nation||’84|
|Kayla||Wanatee||Sac and Fox (Meskwaki)||’25|
|Silver||Wolf||Seminole Tribe of Florida|
|Chad||Yellowjohn||Shoshone and Spokane||’19|
For more than 35 years, Santa Fe Community College has been the gateway to success for individuals and the community by providing affordable, high quality educational programs that serve the social, cultural, technological and economic needs of a diverse community. SFCC is designated a “2019 Best for Vets” and a “2015 Military Friendly” school. The college serves more than 15,000 students per year in its credit, noncredit and adult programs. For further information, visit sfcc.edu or call (505) 428-1000.
The Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA)—the birthplace of contemporary Indigenous American art—has been the educational home for esteemed and innovative artists, writers, filmmakers, performers, and leaders since 1962. IAIA continues to grow on its stunning 140- acre campus in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Named one of the top art institutions globally by UNESCO and the International Association of Art and accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, IAIA offers undergraduate degrees in Cinematic Arts and Technology, Creative Writing, Indigenous Liberal Studies, Museum Studies, Performing Arts, and Studio Arts; graduate degrees in Creative Writing, Studio Arts, and Cultural Administration; and certificates in Broadcast Journalism, Business and Entrepreneurship, Museum Studies, and Native American Art History. The college serves approximately 500 full-time Native and non-Native American students from around the globe, representing nearly a hundred federally recognized tribes.
From its humble beginnings on the Santa Fe Indian School campus, IAIA began collecting and exhibiting its students’ artworks, forming a collection that became the foundation of the world’s premier museum representing contemporary Indigenous arts and cultures—the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA). MoCNA continues expanding its renowned collection of nearly 10,000 artworks, curating numerous progressive and innovative exhibitions, both traveling and at our museum in downtown Santa Fe.
The theme Making History encompasses IAIA’s and MoCNA’s 2022 events celebrating our rich history and looking forward to our vibrant future. We ask everyone to join us in celebrating IAIA’s sixtieth and MoCNA’s semicentennial anniversaries throughout this monumental year as we continue Making History.
Countdown to Holiday Markets