Pandemic scuttles market for folk artists from 50 nations

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Pandemic scuttles market for folk artists from 50 nations

Indigenous artisans, who are part of the weaving network Crafts Kalimantan, organize their wares during the 12th annual International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe in 2015. Artists and artisans from more than 50 nations will lose a key source of income and engagement after the International Folk Art Market canceled its annual open-air bazaar in New Mexico because of the coronavirus pandemic, event organizers said Tuesday.

Pandemic scuttles market for folk artists from 50 nations

Indigenous artisans, who are part of the weaving network Crafts Kalimantan, organize their wares during the 12th annual International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe in 2015. Artists and artisans from more than 50 nations will lose a key source of income and engagement after the International Folk Art Market canceled its annual open-air bazaar in New Mexico because of the coronavirus pandemic, event organizers said Tuesday.
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