Micro-loan pioneer seeks new inspiration at Santa Fe bazaar

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Micro-loan pioneer seeks new inspiration at Santa Fe bazaar

Indigo-dye textile artist Yang Xiufen, middle, of the Miao minority group in Guixhou, China, practices her sales pitch at a business workshop that help master folk artists navigate the global marketplace on Wednesday in Santa Fe. More than 160 artists and designers from across the globe who work in folk art traditions were preparing for the three-day International Folk Art Market that will start Friday.
Fashion designer Carla Fernandez, right, of Mexico City and model Reagan Roby, center, show off textiles inspired by indigenous traditions at the Center for Contemporary Arts in Santa Fe. Fernandez is one of more than 160 artists and designers participating in the three-day International Folk Art Market. About 20,000 people attend the annual bazaar.

Micro-loan pioneer seeks new inspiration at Santa Fe bazaar

Indigo-dye textile artist Yang Xiufen, middle, of the Miao minority group in Guixhou, China, practices her sales pitch at a business workshop that help master folk artists navigate the global marketplace on Wednesday in Santa Fe. More than 160 artists and designers from across the globe who work in folk art traditions were preparing for the three-day International Folk Art Market that will start Friday.
Fashion designer Carla Fernandez, right, of Mexico City and model Reagan Roby, center, show off textiles inspired by indigenous traditions at the Center for Contemporary Arts in Santa Fe. Fernandez is one of more than 160 artists and designers participating in the three-day International Folk Art Market. About 20,000 people attend the annual bazaar.
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