Artistic impact

Artistic impact

Santa Fe to host world’s largest folk art market
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Vietnamese Lion Dancers entertain the crowd at the 2008 Santa Fe International Folk Art Market. The lion dancers will be back this year for the July 13-15 market.
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Mary Padar Kuojok works on a beaded garment as part of her work for The Roots Project: Juba, South Sudan. She will be among more than 150 artists and artisans from around the world taking part in the art market.
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Shawls made by Afghan women with intricate, traditional embroidery will be sold through the Kandahar Treasure cooperative at the art market.
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Rangina Hamidi of Kandahar Treasure sells products with traditional embroidery as a way to fight poverty.
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Basketmakers from the Wounaan National Congress in Panama are scheduled to bring their wares back to this year’s market.
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If you go

Santa Fe International Folk Art Market: www.folkartmarket.org. July 13-15, on Museum Hill in Santa Fe. Friday night party, 6:30 p.m.-9 p.m., $125. Saturday early bird market, 7:30-9 a.m., $50, includes full-day admission. Saturday general...

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