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July 2015
OPEN 10AM- 5PM DAILY

b2worldfanSunday July 5, 2015
1:00-4:00 PM

INTERNATIONAL FOLK ARTS WEEK!
Events celebrating the new iteration of
Between Two Worlds:
Folk Artists Reflect on The Immigrant Experience

in the Mark Naylor and Dale Gunn Gallery of Conscience
1-2PM
Come and explore the new artworks, interviews, spoken word poetry, and multi-media presentations resulting from a year's journey of community based conversations, explorations, and programs with Gallery artists and artworks.
2-4PM Narrated stage in the auditorium: slides and conversation with local and international artists, and the public around the issues of Home, Displacement & Belonging sparked by the Between Two Worlds exhibit. Visitors are invited to join the discussion with artists from around the globe: 
Camurdino Mustafa Jetha, Mozambique,
Cenia Gutierrez Alfonso, Cuba,
Thomas “Red Owl” Haukaas, Florida, USA,
Catalina Delgado Trunk, New Mexico, USA,
Lama Gyurme, Tibet, resides in New Mexico,
Titus Steiner Cody, Ramah, New Mexico USA,
Janet Nkubana, Rwanda, Africa,
Hend H.A. Eleiwa, Gaza, Palestinian Territories,
Cilau Valadez, Mexico,
Akeem Ayanniyi, Nigeria, resides in New Mexico, USA,
Rangina Hamidi, Afghanistan.
3-4PM Atrium: Sample delicacies from Santa Fe-based immigrant chefs and visit with folk artists from around the world. This program and Museum admission is FREE to everyone. To arrange for sign language interpretation please contact Patricia Sigala at (505) 476-1212 with two weeks advance notice of the program.

Monday July 6, 2015
1-4PM

colchaARTIST DEMONSTRATIONS + HANDS ON
Painting with cochineal hands -on project for ages 3 to 103, with tours of the exhibition The Red That Colored the World. Artist demonstrations with Suzani embroiderer Zarina Kendjaev from Uzbekistan and colcha embroiderers Julia Gomez and Beatrice Maestas Sandoval.  
Book Signing, A Red Like No Other with Carmella Padilla, Editor. All by Museum admission

Tuesday July 7, 2015
1-4PM

jetha carvingInternational Folk Arts Week Program- Between Two Worlds:
Folk Artists Reflect on the Immigrant Experience
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Printing symbols of Home-Poetry Chapbook project for hands on art making for ages 3 to 103. Artist demonstrations in the atrium:
Catalina Delgado Trunk, USA- papel picado,
Camurdino Mustafa Jetha, Mozambique, carving, (Photo, left)
Thomas “Red Owl” Haukaas, Florida, USA, cradle making,
Gasili Adeyemo, Nigeria, resides in New Mexico, adire, indigo dying techniques,
Titus Steiner Cody, Ramah, USA, weaving,
Cenia Gutierrez Alfonso, Cuba, painting,
Lama Gyurme, Tibet, resides in New Mexico USA, demonstrates thangka painting. By Museum admission. To arrange for sign language interpretation please contact Patricia Sigala at (505) 476-1212 with two weeks advance notice of the program.

Wednesday July 8, 2015
5:00 to 8:00 PM

Community Celebration welcoming 2015 Market Artists.
St John's College's Music on the Hill

Friday July 10, 2015
Market Opening Party
6:30 – 9 PM SOLD OUT

Tickets: $225 ($175 tax deductible) A global gathering under the stars. Shopping, dancing, international music, food, and drink. Attendees use the free park-and-ride service courtesy of Santa Fe Trails and the North Central Regional Transit Distinct as there is no onsite parking available on Museum Hill. Free shuttles run from 6 to 9:15pm from both park-and-ride lots.
Accessible transport services will be available for attendees with disabilities or mobility issues, as well as for their families and caregivers. Ample accessible parking has been reserved in both of the free park-and-ride lots. A limited number of accessible parking spaces will be available on Museum Hill for those requiring access to specialized medical equipment or access to their vehicle and must be reserved in advance to guarantee a space. To reserve a space, please contact the market by sending email to parking@folkartalliance.org The spaces will be reserved on a first-come-first-served basis. If you are unable to reserve a space in advance of the market, please display a valid ADA placard to access accessible parking, space permitting.

FREE Park & Ride Shuttles Friday Night and Saturday & Sunday
at TWO locations.

NM Department of Transportation-Cordova & Cerrillos Roads- South Capital Rail Runner Station
Link to Goggle Map-South Capital

OR
P.E.R.A. & Lamy Buildings (aka 'PERA PARKING LOT')-
Old Santa Fe Trail & Paseo de Peralta
Link to Goggle Map-PERA & Lamy Buildings

taureg artistSaturday July 11, 2015
International Folk Art Market| Santa Fe»

TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE- no ticket sales at the gate.

Early Bird Market 7:30 am to 9am
tickets are $75., includes all day Saturday Market

Regular Market 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Adult tickets are $20. youth 16 and under are free

1PM- Tour Between Two Worlds: Artists Reflect on the Immigrant Experience with gallery artists and Gallery of Conscience Director Dr. Suzanne Seriff.
1:30-3:00PM Carmella Padilla signs A Red Like No Other: How Cochineal Colored the World.

2:00 PM Musical workshop museum auditorium.

Market tickets includes entrance to the Museum of International Folk Art, the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, and the Santa Fe Botanical Garden on Museum Hill. Explore the market, international foods, entertainment

Vietnamese Lion Dancers
Sunday July 12, 2015
Folk Art Market| Family Day
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Adult tickets are $15.00 Youth 16 and under are free! TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE- no ticket sales at the gate.

10AM Tour Between Two Worlds with Gallery artists and Gallery of Conscience Director Dr. Suzanne Seriff.

11AM-Explore musical traditions with main stage artist in an intimate setting in the Museum auditorium.
All tickets include admission to the Museum of International Folk Art, The Santa Fe Botanical Garden on Museum Hill, and the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture. (Photo, left: Vietnamese Lion Dancers entertain the crowd at the 2008 Intentional Folk Art Market|Santa Fe, Photo © Bob Smith, a Polished Eye) Visit folkartalliance.org» for more information. FREE PARK-AND-RIDE SHUTTLES RUN FROM 8AM to 5:15PM

Sunday July 19, 2015
EVERYONE ADMITTED TO THE MUSEUM FREE! The Red That Colored the World
exhibition has been made possible in part by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities: Exploring the human endeavor.



summer of colorArts Alive 2015!
July 21 & 23
- Dyeing with cochineal workshop
FREE hands on art making for ages 3 to 103, in the Outdoor classroom on Milner Plaza, inside the atrium when it rains! To schedule groups, call Patricia at (505) 476-1212. All workshops are from 10am to 2PM


Sunday July 26, 2015
EVERYONE ADMITTED TO THE MUSEUM FREE! The Red That Colored the World
exhibition has been made possible in part by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities: Exploring the human endeavor.

July 28 & 30
10AM to 2PM
Santero Charles Carrillo leads a painting with cochineal workshop
summer of colorArts Alive 2015!
FREE hands on art making for ages 3 to 103, in the Outdoor classroom on Milner Plaza, inside the atrium when it rains! To schedule groups, call Patricia at (505) 476-1212. All workshops are from 10am to 2pm on Tuesdays & Thursdays -

Sunday July 28, 2015
EVERYONE ADMITTED TO THE MUSEUM FREE! The Red That Colored the World
exhibition has been made possible in part by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities: Exploring the human endeavor.


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