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2014 Spanish Market Magazine

Don't miss your guide to Spanish Market week, Sunday, July 20, in the Santa Fe New Mexican. In addition to a complete calendar of events and booth locator maps for both contemporary and traditional markets, this year's magazine showcases  ¡Viva la Cultura! — Spanish Colonial Arts Society's new week-long celebration of traditional arts and culture. You'll also enjoy reading about micaceous clay potter Debbie Carrillo, 2014 Master's Award Recipient, and the wood-carving descendants of the late master carver Patrocinio Barela, who continue to show at market today.

Read it online 

Find all the same great Spanish Market Magazine articles and features on santafenewmexican.com, Monday, July 21!

Scroll down to read last year's Spanish Market magazine! 

Two markets, one weekend

When Spanish Market fills the Santa Fe Plaza on July 27 and 28, 2013, it’s a feast for the senses, with music and dance sharing the stage with traditional and contemporary art forms. Contemporary Hispanic Market, now in its 27th year, shows the work of 135 artists along Lincoln Ave., adjacent to the Plaza hosting the traditional Spanish market. Artist lists, booth locator maps and park and ride info. for both markets are available below to download. 

MEET SOME OF THE ARTISTS

Arturo Montaño

Category: Bone carving

Vicki Rodriguez

Category: Straw appliqué

Karen Martinez

Category: Weaving

Carlos Rael

Category: Bultos, retablos

DOWNLOAD PARKING INFO, BOOTH & ARTIST LOCATIONS, SCHEDULE

SPANISH MARKET — July 2013

Spanish Market Magazine, July 2013

When Spanish Market fills the Santa Fe Plaza on July 27 and 28, 2013, it’s a feast for the senses, with music and dance sharing the stage with traditional and contemporary art forms. Spanish Market magazine helps celebrate the annual event with a day-by-day schedule of activities, artist booth locators and profiles of some of the market’s key players.

Today’s New Mexican, July 24, 2014

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