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Posted: Monday, April 28, 2014 8:00 pm | Updated: 11:08 am, Tue Apr 29, 2014.

Three former officials with the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts announced Sunday on Facebook that they are creating a new market that will be held the same weekend as the 93rd Santa Fe Indian Market in August.

The Indigenous Fine Art Market will be headed by John Torres Nez, the former chief operating officer of SWAIA, who resigned March 31, citing his “fiduciary duty.”

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  • Jaymus Perry posted at 11:10 am on Tue, Apr 29, 2014.

    Honest Injun Posts: 1

    I think that this is a positive option for incoming new Native artist(s) that have been on a "waiting" list as dictated by SWAIA. These are Natives who ran SWAIA, they know the needs of the artist and they are answering that call...

     

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