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According to SWAIA, 1,100 Native artists from the US and Canada and 100,000 visitors descend upon Santa Fe during Indian Market weekend.
Enrique Limón

Indian Market 2012 Photo Dispatch

91st annual festival in images

August 20, 2012, 10:00 am

The 91st edition of the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts' Indian Market came and went, and with it, an opportunity for Native artists and vendors from the US and beyond to showcase and sell their wares.

According to SWAIA Executive Director Bruce Bernstein who took to the Plaza's Buffalo Thunder stage on Sunday afternoon, the event cost $1.5M to stage, and generates a collected income of $18M—or 12% of the City Different's annual revenue.

An amalgam of colors, beats, textures and flavors, the outdoor festival was a feast for the cultural senses.  

 

 

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