Trickster Company Pop Up
The Trickster Company highlights innovative Native designs, with its focus on Northwest Native art. It brings a collection of jewelry, fashion and skateboards to present and sell in the museum gift shop.
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Simpson's work continuously pushes the bounds of contemporary Native art. Her name is one of the most well-known in Native American ceramics today and she presents her newest ceramic vessels and sculptural figures. Through Sept. 10.
Opening August 19, 2016, form & concept presents ReFashion through October 30th. An Exhibit challenging people’s expectations of what fashion or wearability is.
The annual event comes for the 95th time, with a whole crap ton of people and just as many jaw-dropping works of art. See live dance and musical performances throughout the day on the Bandstand stage and don't miss about a billion calories worth of delicious food from trucks and carts galore.
Funk and bluegrass are the genres things band creates in, and they switch between the two with a chord shift. Listen to their blend with a brew in hand at this event.
The 12th annual event is for all nations and cultures. See dancers, drummers, singers and artist booths.
Join the Santa Fe chapter of The Breastfeeding Taskforce in watching a documentary normalizing breastfeeding and eat light fare from Whole Foods after.
An afternoon of folk from an ensemble led by Combs on the accordion.
See a different side of this market in a curated exhibit of contemporary works.
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