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Posted: Thursday, August 8, 2013 4:10 pm | Updated: 10:46 am, Wed Jan 15, 2014.

The annual Santa Fe Indian Market is undeniably about art. But it’s also about the people, the traditions — both old and new — and the stories they tell about the event. 

With more than 1,000 artists and tens of thousands of tourists, collectors and other spectators descending upon the Santa Fe Plaza each Indian Market, the festival is immense and can be overwhelming to the senses. Sometimes it’s easier (and more satisfying) to focus on the little moments, when people from all ends of the earth come together to celebrate Native American creativity and forge connections to one another in the process. 

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