Explore the 2023 Indian Market Artist Directory | SantaFe.com

If you’re preparing for the 2023 Santa Fe Indian Market on August 19 and 20, we have what you need to get ready to experience it: the Official Santa Fe Indian Market Artist Directory & Booth Guide! For the third year, Hutton Broadcasting has partnered with the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA) to create this guide, which lists all the participating artists and their booth assignments plus provides a handy map of the market. In addition, in this beautiful, glossy magazine you’ll find articles about Indigenous arts, including profiles of artists and information about art forms you can find at Indian Market such as basketry, pottery, and graphic arts.

The Official Santa Fe Indian Market Artist Directory & Booth Guide is available here as a digital flipbook and physical copies will be distributed throughout Santa Fe at art galleries, hotels, and other popular locations. They will also be distributed at the market itself if you can’t get one in advance. As you plan your visits to the hundreds of artist booths, you’ll find the artist directory to be especially helpful as artists are listed by category and then name. The map helps you pinpoint the areas where booths can be found once you’ve decided which artists you want to visit.

SWAIA Partnership

Jamie Schulze of SWAIA

Jamie Schulze, the executive director of SWAIA, says, We are absolutely thrilled to be partnering again this year with Hutton Broadcasting to create the booth guide for the Santa Fe Indian Market. What they created this year is an absolutely beautiful publication, filled with quality, well-written editorial content, in-depth listings of calendar events and programming, and wonderful photography, all in an easy-to-read and accessible format for all of our attendees. And, of course, complete listings of all our booths and artists category by category.”

The partnership with SWAIA is expanding into a video project that will highlight some of the artists participating in Indian Market, sponsored by local art galleries. It will be available soon on SantaFe.com, Hutton Hotel Channels, and the SWAIA website.

Indian Market Artist Directory & Booth Guide advertisers

Of course, no undertaking like the Indian Market Artist Directory & Booth Guide could be accomplished without the support of local galleries and other organizations which advertise in the guide. Hutton Broadcasting’s Vice President of Sales Art Trujillo says, “We appreciate the support of the many businesses that are part of the artist directory. We couldn’t publish it without their support. In the long run, the magazine is really all about how we can help SWAIA artists market their products to the public and our advertisers help us achieve that goal.”

About the Santa Fe Indian Market

2023 marks the 101st year of the Santa Fe Indian Market, which brings Indigenous artists and art collectors together for two days on the Santa Fe Plaza. Artists are juried into nine categories plus there is a special one for young artists. In addition to shopping Saturday and Sunday from artists selling their creations, visitors can enjoy entertainment at two stages and, if they snag a ticket, attend the Friday night gala or Sunday’s popular Indigenous Fashion Show. Admission to the market is free, but there are charges for events such as the gala, previews, and fashion show. Visit swaia.org for tickets and the latest event information.

The entertainment schedule and a full list of events at Indian Market is in the Artist Directory & Booth Guide. Learn more about the market here.

Because of the huge influx of art collectors during Indian Market, there are numerous other related events happening in Santa Fe, many of which are also listed in the Artist Directory & Booth Guide in the Around Town article. Find special opportunities to meet artists at galleries, musical performances, and much more in that part of the guide.

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