Inclusion

Image Credit: Douglas Miles, Apache Skateboards

Image Credit: Douglas Miles, Apache Skateboards

In Episode 12 artist Frank Buffalo Hyde spoke of a new indigenous art market hitting the scene in Santa Fe, New Mexico this year called IFAM (Indigenous Fine Art Market). I wanted to give a space for information and resource about this new market because it is produced by and for indigenous peoples, and I am hopeful it will bring wonderful things to the Native art world in the future!

What is the Indigenous Fine Art Market? 

IFAM is a celebration of native art and the cultures that inspire it. It was born out of a positive movement by artists who want a voice in how their market is produced.

IFAM is a juried art show and will include only the highest quality artwork. Also featured will be different cultural performance stages representing tribal diversity.

2014 IFAM EVENTS:

  • IFAM Kickoff Glow Dance Party: Wednesday, August 20, 9pm-1am. The Den, Santa Fe.
  • IFAM Art show and celebration: Thursday, August 21 - Saturday, August 23, 2014, 10am-5pm
  • IFAM Stage:  Thursday, August 21 - Friday, August 22, 2014, 12pm-8pm. Saturday, August 23, 2014 12pm-5pm

Artists Frank Buffalo Hyde and Courtney M. Leonard will have work available at IFAM booth #107

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For more information on the artists participating in the first annual Indigenous Fine Art Market visit the IFAM WEBSITE.