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  • Santa Fe International Folk Art Market history
    886 1251 For more information call 505 992 7600 See you at the Market International Folk Art Market Santa Fe www folkartmarket org Call 505 992 7600 E mail askus folkartmarket org Mailing Address Santa Fe International Folk Art Market Kiva Compound Building B Suite G 404 Kiva Court Santa Fe NM 87505 Market Photos by Marc Romanelli and Museum Staff unless otherwise noted Sunday July 8 2012 Gallery of Conscience Exhibition Opening The Art of Gaman Arts Crafts from the Japanese American Internment Camps 1942 1946 1 00 p m Presentation by Delphine Hirasuna Exhibition Curator Author 2 4 p m Reception hosted by the Women s Board of the Museum of New Mexico Photo S Kawamoto interned in Santa Fe painting of the camp Natural wood slab wedge of of fence post paint Collection of Mary Tsuyuke Nakagawa From The Art of Gaman by Delphine Hirasuna copyright 2005 Ten Speed Terry Heffernan photo International Folk Arts Week 2012 July 8 10 2011 International Folk Arts Week 2011 The Arts of Survival Folk Expression in the Face of Natural Disaster July 9 11 2010 International Folk Arts Week 2010 Empowering Women Artisan Cooperatives That Transform Communities 2010 Artist Profiles

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  • International Folk Arts Week July 2012
    PARKING LOTS ARE BEING TENTED PLEASE park at the First Baptist Church at Camino Lejo and Old Pecos Trail and take the FREE shuttle Wednesday July 11 2012 8 30 10 a m Breakfast with the Curator Tour Young Brides Old Treasures Macedonian Embroidered Dress with Curator of Textiles Costume Bobbie Sumberg Ph D 20 for foundation members 25 for nonmembers nonrefundable Call 476 1224 for reservations PARKING LOTS ARE BEING TENTED PLEASE park at the First Baptist Church at Camino Lejo and Old Pecos Trail and take the FREE shuttle 1 00 4 00 p m Santa Fe International Folk Art Market Artist Demonstrations Nomvuselelo Mavundla Elliot Mkhize South Africa Wire Basket Demonstration Claudio Jiménez Quispe Peru Peruvian Retablo Demonstratio Hands on Project for Ages 3 103 Making Wire Baskets July 13 15 2012 Parking lots are tented NO PARKING ZONES ENFORCED Use FREE Park and Ride Shuttles Advance tickets available at all Museum of New Mexico Foundation Gift Shops Los Alamos National Bank locations and the National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque On line tickets at Santa Fe International Folk Art Market Photo 2008 Folk Art Market Photo Bob Smith A Polished Eye FREE Park Ride Shuttles at TWO locations click map images to enlarge New Mexico State Capitol aka PERA PARKING LOT Old Santa Fe Trail Paseo de Peralta OR NM Department of Transportation at Cordova Cerrillos Roads South Capital Rail Runner Station Friday July 13 2012 6 30 to 9 00PM Market Opening and Party with Shopping dancing international music food and drink Artist booths will be open lighted and ready for sales Tickets are 125 00 per person 75 00 of the ticket price is tax deductible Advance tickets available at all Museum of New Mexico Foundation Gift Shops Los Alamos National Bank locations and

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  • International Folk Arts Week July 2012
    activity Photo Above Dia Mundial de Luta Contra o HIV SIDA World Aids Day 2012 Cabordino Mustafa Jetha Mozambique Photo by Blair Clark Wednesday July 10 2013 Parking lots are now tented NO PARKING ZONES ENFORCED Use FREE Park and Ride Shuttles at the First Baptist Church at Old Pecos Trail and Camino Lejo 9 45AM to 5 15PM 1 2PM Panel discussion What s Happening in Your Community About HIV AIDS How are We Getting the Word Out About HIV AIDS Cabordino Mustafá Jethá Mozambique Claudio Jimenez Quispe Peru Roberto Domingo Gil Esteban Cuba Andrew Montoya Louisa Baca and N M Power New Mexico 2 4PM Hands on community Art Projects protest sign and story box activities about getting the message out Photo above Cabordono Mustafa Jetha courtesy of the International Folk Art Market Santa Fe Thursday July 11 2013 Railyard Park 5 9PM Community celebration welcoming artists participating in the 2013 International Folk Art Market Santa Fe and community kite flying with Japanese Master Kite Maker Mikio Toki See More International Folk Art Market events Friday July 12 2013 6 30 to 9 00PM Market Opening and Party with Shopping dancing international music food and drink Artist booths will be open lighted and ready for sales Tickets are 175 00 per person 125 00 of the ticket price is tax deductible Advance tickets available at all Museum of New Mexico Foundation Gift Shops Los Alamos National Bank locations and the National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque and on line International Folk Art Market Santa Fe FREE Park Ride Shuttles Friday Night and Saturday Sunday at TWO locations click map images to enlarge NM Department of Transportation at Cordova Cerrillos Roads South Capital Rail Runner Station OR New Mexico State Capitol aka PERA PARKING LOT Old Santa Fe Trail

    Original URL path: http://www.internationalfolkart.org/eventsedu/2013internationalfolkartsweek.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe | About Us : Alexander Girard
    of exhibition design Notice how his design occupies the entire volume of the gallery space how he places objects both above and below eye level and how he used color throughout the exhibit even overhead More than a million visitors have enjoyed the creativity and generosity of Alexander and Susan Girard since the exhibition opened in 1982 Like museum founder Florence Dibell Bartlett Alexander Girard hoped visitors would see connections the common bond among the peoples of the world For indeed as an old Italian proverb oft repeated by Sandro Girard tells us Tutto il mondo è paese The whole world is hometown Books about Alexander Girard and Multiple Visions A Common Bond The Spirit of Folk Art The Girard Collection at the Museum of International Folk Art Perhaps the greatest contribution made by the Girard Collection is its breadth the fact that it encompasses so many of the world s cultures in its reach It is the nature of the Girard Collection and Girard s own evocative and eclectic tastes that much of what they have single handedly preserved is precisely what has not been collected by others particularly museums in any systematic fashion Among such works are a broad category of ephemera from Chinese door gods to European juvenile theaters figurative ceramics from Cochiti Pueblo to Calcutta often deemed tourist art by the purists who view tradition as unresponsive to change and toys traditionally those objects most ignored by ethnographers Objects such as these give mute testimony to the vision that marks the Girard Collection Essays by Henry Glassie 276 pages with black and white and color plates Harry N Abrams Inc Publishers in association with the Museum of New Mexico Santa Fe 29 95 Clothbound Folk Art from the Global Village The Girard Collection at the Museum

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  • Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe | About Us : Girard Benefit Art Auction
    Girard inspired attire encouraged but not required Proceeds benefit Museum of International Folk Art exhibitions and programs Tickets are 150 00 Call Carolyn Gonzales at 505 982 6366 x 112 for tickets and more information The art to be auctioned at the CELEBRATE Girard benefit at the Museum of International Folk Art on November 10 2007 is starting to arrive The pieces have a sun theme related to Alexander Girard s New York restaurant of the 1960 s La Fonda de Sol Through the generosity of many of Santa Fe s premier artists we have a fabulous selection Please note the images are in no particular order and more will be added in the coming weeks Photography by Judith Haden Lever du Soleil Mont Blanc 2007 by Margaret Hughes 38 5 x 18 untitled 2007 by Carol Anthony oil crayon on panel framed by Justin Frame Design Sol y Chile quilted banner by Mary Olivea Tribal Suns by Linda O Leary Stone sculpture with sand blasted sun symbols untitled by Marshall Girard Tin found objects Fusion by Nancy Gaffner mixed media This is what love feels like by Nance Lopez embellished frame Afterglow by R C Doc Weaver acrylic on

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  • MOIFA | Wooden Menagerie: A New Mexican Wood Carving Tradition
    with classic carvings of burros and oxen drawn carts During this time artists started experimenting with recycled materials and common household paint The decade of the 1970 s was a dramatic period that fostered the powerful animistic forms of Felipe Archuleta and his workshop of carvers By the 1980 s Archuleta s animal sculptures were highly sought after by collectors and curators His menagerie of domestic and exotic animals made their way to museum exhibits in New York Paris and Tokyo Link to full Press Release Visitors are encouraged to listen to animal stories by Joe Hays and make an animal mask Download the animal mask The Museum of International Folk Art gratefully acknowledges the following donors for their support The International Folk art Foundation The Museum of New Mexico Foundation Newman s Own Foundation and the Museum of New Mexico Exhibitions Development Fund Link to Indigogo Campaign to conserve our Felipe Archuleta Giraffe Public Programs Sunday January 25 2015 2 4pm Hear Them Roar The New Mexican Animal carvers and Contemporary American Folk Art The public is cordially invited to a panel discussion with Michael D Hall Davis Christine Mather Luis Tapia and Ron Archuleta Rodriquez and Guest Curator Andrew Cecil By Museum admission New Mexico residents free on Sundays youth 16 and under and Museum of New Mexico Foundation Members always free Sunday February 15 2015 1 4pm Carving the Animal Kingdom Final day to see this exhibition of carved wooden animals wood carving artist demonstrations with Arthur Lopez Gloria Lopez Cordova and Ron Archuleta Rodriguez The winner of Angel Cat a carved wooden cat with removable wings by Ron Archuleta Rodriguez will be drawn Raffle tickets are available through the Santa Fe Animal Shelter s Facilities PAST PROGRAMS Sunday May 4 2 4pm Join Santa Fe s

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  • MOIFA |New World Cuisine: The Histories of Chocolate, Mate y mas
    Lesson Plan Community Partners Santa Fe School of Cooking Market is offering a series of classes complementing New World Cuisine 20 of the proceeds will be donated to the Museum of International Folk Art Santa Fe Convention Visitor s Bureau photo by Kitty Leaken New Mexico Department of Tourism Santa De Culinary Academy is hosting a Feast Day Celebration Thursday May 16 and will be offering New World Cuisine classes Delicious New Mexico PUBLIC PROGRAMS OPENING December 9 2012 Celebrate Winter and the opening of New World Cuisine from 1 to 4PM Enjoy gourd decorating with Monica Sosaya Halford Chocolate Tasting with Mark Sciscenti live music by Frank McCulloch y sus Amigos and a reception hosted by the Museum of New Mexico Women s Board Sunday February 10 2013 2 p m Join Chocolate Historian Mark Sciscenti for a talk about chocolate with chocolate tasting By Museum admission New Mexico residents free on Sundays Sunday May 19 2013 1 4PM Remedios Remedies Explore New Mexican herbal salves tinctures and other herbal remedies By Museum admission New Mexico residents free on Sundays Sunday June 2 2013 10AM 5PM Savor the Flavor Celebrate New Mexico s Flavor at Santa Fe s premier food event featuring New Mexican food products for sample and sale outdoor horno baking demonstrations cook book fair with New Mexico Authors Cooking demonstrations with Award winning Executive Chef Rocky Durham of Santa Fe Culinary Academy Tour New World Cuisine The Histories of Chocolate Mate y Mas and wine and beer tasting at Museum Hill Café Presented by The Museum of International Folk Art the Museum of New Mexico Foundation Gift Shops and Delicious New Mexico By Museum admission New Mexico residents with I D Free on Sundays Sunday September 15 2013 Fall Harvest Festival 12 00 4PM Talk by

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  • Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe| Exhibitions : Current
    14 000 feet For more information about the film Visit http www der org films ausangate html By Museum admission New Mexico residents with I D Free on Sundays youth 16 and under and Museum of New Mexico Foundation Member always free Saturday May 14 2011 10AM to 5PM Join us for a trunk show of unique colorful and fascinating hats bags textiles and other crafts from the Andes Patricia LaFarge will be on hand to feature her extensive collection of the now hard to find items that were once so prominent throughout that region At the MOIFA Gift Shop and Auditorium Presented in conjunction with the new exhibition Folk Art of the Andes Shop early for best selection call 505 982 5186 for details Sunday May 15 2011 10AM to 4PM The Museum of New Mexico Foundation Gift Shop presents a special show and sale of Andean hats and bags from the collection of Patricia LaFarge Presented in conjunction with the new exhibition Folk Art of the Andes Sunday January 8 2012 2PM Music from the Andes Join musician Mario Reynolds for an afternoon of music from the Andes Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Folk Art of the Andes Sunday April 1 2012 2PM Film Screening of Ausangate with introduction by the Director Andrea Heckman This film documents the lives of Quechua people who live around Ausangate a sacred peak in southeastern Peru It is based on anthropological research conducted over twenty years and reveals how the weavers make textiles encoded with symbolic images that reinforce ancestral beliefs during rituals and in everyday life A question and answer session with the Director follows the film Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Folk Art of the Andes International Folk Arts Week Monday July 9 2012 8 30 10 00

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