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Innovate+Educate is Proud to Present:

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Join us for a unique show featuring santos, precious metals jewelry, weaving, ironwork, woodcarving, straw appliqué, pottery, tinwork, colcha, furniture, and more. Enjoy traditional New Mexican music and food!


Saturday, November 26 • 9 am to 5 pm

Sunday, November 27 • 9:30 am to 4 pm

Santa Fe Convention Center

201 West Marcy Street

Free and open to the public

Validated Parking In Convention Center Garage Saturday

Look for our digital billboard on I25 in Albuquerque

Traditional Spanish Market Artist Show Returns to Santa Fe Thanksgiving Weekend The Traditional Spanish Market Artist Show returns to the Santa Fe Convention Center this November. Running Saturday, November 26–Sunday, November 27, the event will feature the work of 100 adult and youth artists, as well as artist demonstrations, traditional New Mexican music, entertainment and food for purchase. This distinctive show presented by Innovate+Educate, provides an opportunity to meet the artists and purchase an array of their handmade, museum-quality works in a variety of media—including santos, precious metals jewelry, weaving, ironwork, woodcarvings, straw appliqué, pottery, tinwork, furniture and more. Featured artists maintain and continue to carry on the traditional work of Spanish Colonial New Mexico. The weekend will bring tradition, culture, history, artwork, music and food together in celebration. The participating artists works’ are sought after and widely represented in private and public collections, from permanent collections of museums throughout New Mexico to the Smithsonian Institution and the Vatican. “Santa Fe is a world-renowned destination for immersion into arts and culture, and our Traditional Spanish Market Artist Show is the perfect place to experience that rich culture, heritage and of course, one of a kind art,” said Jerry Montoya, Santero and Advertising Committee Chair. “Whether you’re looking to start your holiday shopping a little early or browse for something for yourself, we invite you to take part in this incredible showcase of traditional Spanish art.” The event will take place from 9am¬–¬5pm on Saturday and 9:30am–4pm on Sunday. The show is free and open to the public. Find out more at

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