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To feel fall approach but still love partying.

August 19, 2016, 1:00 pm

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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Rose B Simpson: Emotive

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.

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Opening August 19, 2016, form & concept presents ReFashion through October 30th. An Exhibit challenging people’s expectations of what fashion or wearability is.

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SWAIA Indian Market

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.

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Kyle Hollingsworth Band

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.

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Santa Fe Pow Wow

The 12th annual event is for all nations and cultures. See dancers, drummers, singers and artist booths.

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The Milky Way

Join the Santa Fe chapter of The Breastfeeding Taskforce in watching a documentary normalizing breastfeeding and eat light fare from Whole Foods after.

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J. Michael Combs & Eagle Star

An afternoon of folk from an ensemble led by Combs on the accordion.

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SWAIA Indian Market: Edge

See a different side of this market in a curated exhibit of contemporary works.

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